Even for a DUI first offense, you face serious potential punishments.
Depending on the judge you draw, jail time is a real possibility.
Being charged with a second OWI (DUI) offense is a significant
accusation, one with the potential for major consequences.
Unlike first and second-time offences, a third offense is a felony, requiring mandatory jail or prison time.
Michigan’s 0.17 Blood Alcohol DUI. In many cases, jail times can be nearly doubled; fines and other sanctions become steeper.
If you have been pulled over for drinking while driving in Michigan, you have rights. It’s important for you to know your rights so you don’t implicate himself.
There are several offenses which can lead to a Michigan driver being required to pay driver responsibility fees to the State of Michigan.
Did you get a ticket for Zero Tolerance OWI / DUI in Michigan? Rudoi Law has the expertise you need for the tough defense you deserve.
If you have been arrested for drunk driving it is very important for your lawyer to determine if the field sobriety tests were performed correctly.
It is very important to inform your lawyer of whether these rights were read to you before you submitted to a chemical test.
We understand the foundation needed for officers to administer a PBT, and we know how to challenge that foundation when the facts call for it.