DUI Attorney in Clinton Township
Drunk driving charges are among the more common charges people in Clinton and statewide face, however that doesn’t make a DUI charge any less serious. With jail time, fines, license suspension, a criminal record, and so much more at stake, it is critical that you do everything you can to fight back against aggressive police and prosecutors who will seek to convict you. At Grabel & Associates, our team is dedicated to doing whatever it takes to protect Clinton’s wrongly accused in drunk driving cases, and we know the strategies that are most effective after both misdemeanor and felony charges.
Contact Scott Grabel or another member of our talented team of DUI attorneys now if you have been accused of any of the following or another drunk driving offense:
In addition, our team can provide you with information on:
- The Cost of a DUI
- How to Beat a DUI
- How Much Does a DUI Attorney Cost?
- DUI Penalties
- Breathalyzer/BAC Tests
With a qualified attorney on your side, you can fight back against misdemeanor or felony conviction and the serious potential penalties, which could result. As police investigate you and prosecutors attempt to build a case against you, our lawyers will guide you through what you need to say and do to protect your rights and freedom. We are committed to providing premier DUI Defense throughout every stage of your case, and are ready now to start working with you in your Clinton drunk driving case. Contact a defense lawyer in Macomb County today and protect your freedom and future.
Types of DUI Charges in Clinton, Michigan
When you are accused of driving after consuming alcohol, there are a number of charges you may be facing. The most common, OWI, or operating while intoxicated, usually occurs when a person drives with a BAC over the legal limit of 0.08%. DUI is simply another acronym (Driving Under the Influence) which refers to this charge, as is OUIL (Operating Under the Influence of Liquor. While it is possible to be convicted even with a BAC under 0.08%, these cases more commonly lead to charges of OWVI, or Operating While Visibly Impaired. Other drunk driving charges include Felony DUI, Child Endangerment, and Zero Tolerance Under 21 DUI.
Penalties for Drunk Driving in Clinton, Michigan
If convicted of driving under the influence, you could face extremely serious penalties. In most cases, BAC evidence is utilized in order to get a conviction, with the legal limit for most drivers set at 0.08%. If you are under 21, you can face a DUI conviction with any blood alcohol level, usually measured at anything over 0.02% BAC. Commercial drivers face a BAC limit of 0.04%, even if they are not currently on shift, provided they drive on a commercial license.
If convicted of a regular OWI, you could be sentenced to up to 93 days in jail and a fine of up to $500, along with license suspension and more. If you already have a conviction on record, you could face up to a year behind bars, a fine of $1,000, a longer license revocation and more. If you are facing a third OWI charge, you could be convicted of a felony, and face extremely serious penalties, outlined in the Michigan Vehicle Code.
Contact Grabel & Associates right now to begin fighting back against drunk driving charges in Clinton, Michigan.
Our Approach to Clinton DUI Charges
When you are faced with a drunk driving charge, you need to work with an attorney who takes your case seriously and who understands how much is at stake in a drunk driving case. For over a decade our team has been committed to protecting Clinton’s wrongly accused, and we are prepared to develop a unique defense approach tailored to the specific details of your OWI case. Contact our firm now and fight back against jail time, license suspension or revocation, fines, a criminal record, and other serious DUI penalties in Michigan.
Contact a Clinton DUI Defense Lawyer 24/7
To speak with Scott Grabel or another member of our talented team, call 1-800-342-7896 now or contact us online for a free initial case consultation. Our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to start fighting with you as you battle back against false allegations and violations of your rights.