Michigan DUI Attorneys

5 Ways to Fight a Marijuana DUI in Michigan

March 16th, 2017|

  With an increase of marijuana use in Michigan there has also been an increase of marijuana impaired driving arrests. Michigan law currently penalizes driving with any amount of active THC within a driver’s blood - its a misdemeanor and treated the same as a DUI for alcohol. Those who

Understanding a DUI Investigation In Michigan

December 11th, 2016|

  I passed the balance and coordination tests so why do I have to take a breath test on the road? I should have been released and instead I am going to jail. The moment a police officer suspects a motor vehicle driver has recently been drinking alcohol they will

How to Estimate your Bodily Alcohol Content

June 16th, 2016|

Do the Math and Keep you Cash Police are really cracking down these days on drivers who decide to drink past the legal limit, get behind the wheel of their vehicle, and drive without any regard for anyone else’s safety, including their own. In an age with so many advancements

How to prepare for a substance abuse evaluation

July 14th, 2015|

A properly prepared substance abuse evaluation can make or break your case In order to have your driving privileges restored, it's imperative that properly prepared evidence is submitted to the hearing officers. A substance abuse evaluation (SAE) is mandatory, therefore it's obvious that the hearing officers rely heavily on the

Top DUI Forensic Lawyer Scientist in Michigan

May 15th, 2015|

The strongest evidence in almost every DUI case is a chemical test. It could be a breath alcohol test on a Datamaster or a blood test analyzed by the Michigan State Police Forensic Science Department. To receive the best possible defense to a DUI charge the defense attorney must possess

After being pulled over, how do I avoid a drunk driving (OWI) arrest?

January 30th, 2012|

Overwhelmingly, this is the question that I have been asked most in my career. This answer will presume that the driver has possibly consumed too much alcohol to drive. The goal is to limit the evidence of intoxication available to the officer and preclude an arrest. In other words, an