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Best DUI and OWI Defense Lawyer in Michigan

Can a DUI lawyer really make a difference in your DUI Defense? The simple answer, Yes! But did you know that not all lawyers are not DUI specialist? It’s true, these lawyers can bring you into court and plead you guilty to a lesser DUI defense, which may be good enough for some people, but is not good enough for our clients.

Here at the Law Offices of Barton Morris we are DUI specialist because we have learned all the things necessary to effectively fight DUI charges and have the experience necessary to be successful for our clients in court.

Our attorneys understand what it takes to fight cases related to chemical testing, like blood and breath alcohol test in court. We know how to challenge this evidence, and we understand how blood alcohol tests should be administered and fought in court.

Contact Us today to speak to a DUI specialist that has the experience necessary to help you be successful in court.


Drunk Driving Arrests in Michigan

Do you know your rights when you get pulled over for drunk driving? Here at Barton Morris law firm we know and understand how to challenge field sobriety testing and all the steps necessary that a police officer takes when doing a DUI arrests.

We know that nobody wants a DUI on their record or to get their driver license revoked. Everyone has to be able to drive where they need to go, but that is not enough to convince a prosecutor to give our clients a non-alcohol related offense. It is our job to effectively challenge the evidence and show we know how to do it in court.

When prosecutors realize they are going up against an attorney from the Law Office of Barton Morris, they know they are in for fight. They know they are dealing with attorneys that are experienced in defending drunk driving offenses.

If you need help defending your drunk driving arrest, contact the Law Offices of Barton Morris today. Our experienced attorneys are here to help defend your rights.



Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

Michigan law calls drunk driving Operating While Intoxicated or Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Intoxicated – OWI / DUI / DWI, which specifically forbids the driver of any motorized vehicle, including boats and go-carts, from operating the vehicle after consuming intoxicating beverages or any intoxicating substance. If the substance or beverage is alcohol, a BAC, or bodily alcohol content of .08% is illegal. It is imperative that you hire an experienced OWI attorney to defend your case as there are several factors to consider in creating the best defense strategy possible.

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Driving Under the Influence – Second Offense

The penalties for a second offense are much more serious than for a first. As stated above, a violation is considered a second offense if it has occurred with seven years of your first DUI / OWI / DWI conviction. Even out-of-state convictions may be considered during sentencing. Jail time is much more likely and so is a license revocation.

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Driving Under the Influence – Third Offense

A person who is arrested for any drunk or drugged driving charge who has two prior drunk driving convictions, no matter how long ago any of those two prior offenses occurred, faces a felony third offense DUI / OUI / OWI charge.

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Super Drunk Driving

Super Drunk Driving is the same as an OWI, but with a blood alcohol content of at least .17%, or at least twice the legal limit and with much harsher penalties.

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Operating Under the Influence of Drugs or Marijuana

Operating Under the Influence of Drugs or Marijuana (OUI or DUI) or Operating With Any Presence of a Drug (OWPD) is a serious charge requiring the experience of a strong criminal defense attorney.

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Other Alcohol Related Offenses



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