Detroit DUI Lawyers
By: Mike Stetzer
Facing a DUI charge can be intimidating, especially if you don't know a lot about Michigan DUI law. A Detroit DUI lawyer can help you to understand the law and what rights and options you may have after being charged with a DUI. If you have questions about the automatic license suspension or the impact a DUI / OWI conviction might have on your insurance costs, you may want to talk with a Detroit DUI lawyer before you decide what to do next. You don't have to wait until you appear in court to start asking questions and gathering the information you need to make informed decisions, and you can't expect the police or state's attorney to volunteer information that may be helpful to your case--and harmful to theirs. A Detroit DUI lawyer can assess the case from your point of view, and advise you on Michigan DUI law as it applies to your situation.
Talk to an attorney about your case.
Fill out this free case evaluation form, or call us at 1 (877) 349-1311. After you call or complete the form, you'll be contacted by a Detroit DUI / OWI attorney for a free no-obligation consultation. Learn about Michigan DUI / OWI law and your rights and options today, before you make any decisions.
Get DUI / OWI answers.
If you have questions about the possible sentences for a DUI / OWI conviction, or you need to know whether the mandatory jail time and community service provisions apply to your case, take the time to talk to a Michigan DUI lawyer before your court date arrives. You may think that there's no way to successfully challenge a DUI charge, but DUI lawyers know that many cases have weaknesses that open the door to dismissal or acquittal. Even where the flaws in a case aren't that significant, any crack may create an opportunity for a Detroit DUI lawyer to negotiate for reduced charges or a favorable plea bargain. Don't let the possibility that you can beat your DUI charge or have the charges or penalties reduced slip by because you don't have complete information. Take advantage of the opportunity to learn about your rights under Michigan law before you take a step in any direction.