Driving under the influence is a common cause of car accidents. As a result, law enforcement is aggressive in apprehending offenders. Even if it is your first offense, there are serious penalties for DUI charges in Michigan. It is important to have someone with experience representing you in this matter.Â Our Michigan DUI attorneys explain some of the potential consequences you could face.Â Â
It is illegal to drive under the influence (DUI) in Michigan. There are different types of DUI charges in Michigan, which determine the consequences you could face. The Michigan Secretary of State advises that these include:
Under the state Vehicle Code, there are serious consequences for driving under the influence (DUI) In Michigan. Penalties vary based on your BAC level, the exact charges involved, and whether you have any prior convictions.Â
The Michigan State Police advise that these penalties increase dramatically for second, third, or subsequent offenses. They also become more severe if you were involved in a DUI-related car accident or otherwise caused injuries to others.Â
At Lucido & Manzella, P.C., we provide the strong legal defense you need to protect yourself against the serious penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) in Michigan. Give us a call or contact our office online and request a consultation with our Michigan drunk driving attorneys today.Â Â
We offer a free initial consultation so you will get an opportunity to meet us, and we will have an opportunity to learn more about your legal issue.
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