If you have been charged with a drunk driving, it is crucial that you contact a top-tier OWI defense attorney immediately to help you find the best Michigan DUI treatment options. Drunk driving is dangerous and often leads to serious consequences, including jail or prison time, license suspension or revocation, and substantial fines. If you are facing alcohol intoxication allegations, our talented team can offer unparalleled insight throughout every stage of your case. Our qualified lawyers will work with you to fight for the best possible sentence in your Michigan case and work to get you back on the road.
Grabel & Associates is recognized as an aggressive criminal defense firm serving clients statewide, and our Michigan drunk driving lawyers have helped clients facing charges including OWI, DUI, OWPD, OWVI, OUIL, Child Endangerment, and more. If you have been questioned by police or asked to submit to a blood or breath test, contact us now to ensure your rights are protected throughout the investigation. If you have already been charged with operating while intoxicated, contact our team and fight for the best possible case outcome. If you have been sentenced to DUI treatment, community service, or Sobriety Court, our lawyers will help you find the most beneficial programs that will help you earn back your freedom.
In the state of Michigan, it is illegal to drive with a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) over 0.08%, and according to the Michigan Vehicle Code Section 257.625, offenders could be sentenced with up to 93 days in jail, 6 month license suspension, fines up to $500, and other possible punishments for a first offense. A BAC of 0.17% or higher could lead to additional penalties under Michigan’s Super Drunk Law. Second and subsequent convictions will result in enhanced sentences, which can include longer jail terms, additional substance abuse treatment, and larger fines.
Any DUI charge could result in court ordered treatment, and it is important to choose the best treatment option that will help you avoid jail now and in the future, while regaining your freedom as quickly as possible. At Grabel & Associates, we know your primary concerns are avoiding jail time and getting back on the road, and we will fight to achieve the best possible outcome in your unique case in Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Detroit and throughout the state.
After the trial process is complete, offenders are required to undergo an alcohol assessment to help determine the extent of their alleged alcohol problem. This alcohol assessment will consist of an extensive interview and an alcohol screening test, such as the MAST, or SASSI. The results from the alcohol assessment are taken into consideration when determining the offender’s final sentence. Alcohol abuse treatment is required for repeat offenders and if action is not taken, the offender may not be eligible for license reinstatement and could face other additional punishment.
Some counties in the state of Michigan have courts that specifically deal with alcohol related offenses. The offender will work with an assigned judge and prohibition officer to ensure maintained compliance. Grabel & Associates has experience working with Michigan Sobriety Court law and other sentencing options for repeat DUI offenders. Work with an attorney to ensure you are protected from wrongful conviction or unnecessary punishment.
Seeking treatment is often a good first step to getting back on the road. Seeking substance abuse treatment, whether court-ordered or not, shows a desire to cooperate with Michigan law, putting the defendant on track to regain driving privileges. Your DUI treatment could include an Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program, meetings with a professional psychiatrist, or participation in a drug and alcohol class. An effective psychological evolution can help place the offender in the right rehabilitation program, after determining the category of the alcohol problem. Contact our firm to ensure you pick the right treatment for your unique situation, and let us help you fight to get a better result in your OWI case.
There are several categories of alcohol related problems, ranging from alcohol abuse to alcohol dependency, and an alcohol assessment can help determine the extent of the problem. Alcohol dependency has been defined as “harmful use” of alcohol, meaning that the offender has consumed liquor to the point of physical or mental harm. Alcohol dependency includes harmful usage, as well as additional addictive behaviors, such as withdrawal symptoms and the need to increase amounts consumed to achieve previous effects. Our lawyers can help guide you through this assessment process and will help you achieve the best possible results.
Completion of an alcohol treatment program may not be satisfactory to the DMV, but it does show a desire for personal and public safety. Drunk driving law in Michigan is very serious, making it important to contact a skilled defense attorney when you are facing a DUI/DWI charge. Starting treatment as soon as possible and obtaining a longer sobriety record will help you obtain a better outcome in your DUI case, so contact our Michigan law firm now.
If you have been charged with a DUI in Michigan, our lawyers can work with you throughout the criminal process. Our defense attorneys will help guide you through the details of your case and help you make informed decisions regarding your sentencing process. Our skilled defense lawyers’ extensive knowledge of Michigan law will work to bring you the best results and find a treatment that best fits your situation.
Without a DUI defense attorney to guide you through the sentencing and treatment process, you could set yourself up for failure and face jail, fines, or loss of your driver’s license. We will analyze every detail of your case and work together with you to build an individualized criminal defense strategy that will help you earn the best outcome available. Look over our proven results to see what we have done for past clients in cases statewide, and contact us now to get started.
At Grabel & Associates, achieving your desired result is our top priority, and we are available 24/7 to begin working on your case. Call us at 1-800-342-7896 to speak with a qualified case analyst and learn how our defense attorneys will help you gain an edge in your case. Our lawyers’ extensive knowledge of drunk driving laws will help you avoid prison time and excessive fines. Do not try to maneuver Michigan sentencing options alone, let Grabel & Associates work to defend your freedom. Our results demonstrate why we have established a reputation as one of Michigan’s best firms, and we look forward to adding your case to our list of successes. If you want to stay out of jail, contact us today and set up a free consultation to learn more about how our MIP defense attorneys will relentlessly fight for your future.