One of the most serious drunk driving offenses a person can face is third offense OWI, which results when a person is convicted of drunk driving after two previous convictions at any time. Grabel & Associates has experience protecting those who are accused of felony DUI, and we know what it takes to achieve great case results in even the most difficult Operating While Intoxicated cases. As soon as you contact our team, we will begin to walk you through what you need to do to protect yourself, which may be different than in past cases. Southfield 3rd offense OWI can lead to serious felony charges, and the disposition of the judge and jury will already be quite different just because you have a history or prior offenses. Fortunately our team knows how to protect clients in these unique cases, and we are available now to begin the process of protecting your future. Contact us now for a free initial case consultation. Grabel & Associates is available 24/7 for OWI defense in Southfield.
Under the direction of DUI defense lawyer Scott Grabel, our team will walk you through the steps you need to take in order to be successful in your case. We know what it takes to win and are committed to putting in the hard work needed to help you obtain the best possible case result. Our highly rated attorneys are available now for clients in Southfield felony and misdemeanor DUI cases, and have the skill and experience needed to help you get the results you want.
If you have prior convictions on record, you know how difficult it can be to win an OWI case, and likely know how important it is that you hire the best possible lawyer. The team at Grabel & Associates has developed a reputation as a leader in DUI defense because for over 10 years, we have been achieving actual results for clients in drunk driving cases. Let us work with you to help you reach your legal goals. Contact Grabel & Associates now to learn more.
According to Section 257.625 of the Vehicle Code, it is unlawful for anyone to operate a motor vehicle with a BAC of over 0.08%, or while under the influence of alcohol. This means that anyone who drives after consuming alcohol faces criminal penalties, regardless of BAC, though most OWI cases still really at least in some part on blood alcohol content evidence.
Our lawyers know that the penalties you could face if convicted of a third OWI offense are very severe, and are dedicated to doing everything possible to protect you or your loved one if you are faced with a felony DUI allegation. Unlike first time offenders and even repeat offenders, who will face misdemeanor charges, third time repeat OWI offenders will face felony conviction, and the serious penalties that result from a felony record in addition to the already harsh punishment that comes with a 3rd offense DUI. Contact us now for a free initial case analysis.
If convicted with two prior offenses on record (regardless of when the offenses were committed), the following penalties could result:
Contact our experienced attorneys now to fight back against felony DUI allegations. We are available 24/7 to begin walking you through the specifics of your case.
At Grabel & Associates, our qualified attorneys are committed to doing whatever it takes to help those who have been accused of drunk driving, even those with multiple prior convictions. With our experienced team on your side, you can confidently battle back against 3rd offense OWI accusations, knowing your rights are protected and that everything is being done to help you fight back against conviction. Contact our team now and learn more about what you need to challenge in your unique case, be it BAC evidence, probable cause, or other issues. Don’t wait, our team is available now.
Call 1-800-342-7896 now for a free initial case consultation, or contact us online now to get started. Our lawyers are always ready to begin working with you or your loved one to fight felony DUI allegations.