Grabel & Associates will represent you even after you have been convicted of DUI, and help you understand the terms of your probation while fighting against probation violation charges. Drunk driving probation can involve numerous restrictions on your freedom, and you will need a lawyer to help guide you through the complex laws associated with probation and OWI probation violation in Michigan. Contact Scott Grabel and our experienced team of Michigan DUI defense attorneys. We represent clients statewide in OUIL, OWI, DUI, DWI, OWPD, OWVI, and all other intoxicated driving cases.
When you are convicted of driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) over 0.08%, you can be sentenced to jail time, fines, driver responsibility fees, community service, driver’s license suspension or revocation, and potential DUI probation. The terms and length of your probation period are dependent on the specifics of your Operating While Intoxicated case, and oftentimes defendants are not even aware of every term and detail of their probation. Contact Grabel & Associates now if you have been sentenced to probation or have any questions about drunk driving defense in Michigan.
If you are convicted of a misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol charge, you could face probation of between 3 months and 1 year. If this is your second or subsequent DUI conviction, you could face increased penalties that could include lengthened probation. The specific terms of your probation will be decided based on the exact charge you are convicted of and your criminal history, but may involve DUI treatment. This can involve regularly attending alcohol abuse classes, along with periodic blood or urine testing to determine if you have been drinking.
You may also have to install an ignition interlock device on your vehicle, which will record your blood alcohol content (BAC) before you are allowed to start your vehicle. Attempting to drive after you have been drinking can result in probation violation charges, which could lead to jail time, fines, or lengthened probation. Grabel & Associates will fight for you throughout your case to ensure you avoid unnecessary punishment.
Contact our criminal defense firm now if you have been accused of violating the terms of your probation. We work with clients in even the most difficult alcohol intoxication and traffic violation cases, and will protect your constitutional rights and fight to regain your driving privileges and freedom. If you are on probation for driving while under the influence of alcohol, you may be required to check in with a probation officer, comply with restrictions on your driving privileges, attend alcohol and drug treatment meetings, and possibly stop drinking alcohol. If you violate any of these terms or commit a new crime while on probation, you could be sentenced to increased criminal penalties. Contact our aggressive criminal defense team to fight against jail, fines, and other restrictions on your freedom after an alleged probation violation.
Although your driving privileges may still be suspended while you are on probation, it can sometimes be an effective way to regain driving privileges or a limited driver’s license. Our attorneys want to help you avoid unnecessary probation and will fight for you throughout the investigative and trial stages of your case in order to help you beat DUI charges. If you have already been convicted of a criminal drunk driving charge and sentenced to probation, contact our law firm to find out more about your post-conviction options, and let us help you fully understand the terms of your probation.
When you are accused of a probation violation, you need an attorney to fight for you and help you avoid additional criminal punishment. At Grabel & Associates, our attorneys understand that you need to get back on the road and move on from criminal battles, and our team has experience working with clients in all types of DUI probation cases to effectively protect from additional punishment.
Our lawyers have been working in criminal cases for over a decade, and our team combines for over 100 years of legal experience. Our work in thousands of past DUI cases has helped clients avoid wrongful conviction and criminal punishment. We are committed to always being available for clients and strive to deliver effective, individualized defense strategies in every case we take. Contact us now for assistance in probation cases and throughout every stage of your case.
We are available at our toll free number any time of day, any day of the week. Call us at 1-800-342-7896 now for a free consultation with an experienced case analyst. You can also set up a free consultation with trial attorney Scott Grabel, or contact our firm online. We are available 24/7 to begin defending you in any of Michigan’s 83 counties, so don’t hesitate to call. We look forward to helping you avoid probation violations and harsh punishment for your DUI, OWI, or probation violation charge.