How Do I Fight a Drunk Driving Charge in Michigan?

More than one third of traffic fatalities in Michigan involve alcohol in some way. Drivers with a blood alcohol content of .08% can be charged with driving under the influence, and conviction can result in harsh penalties, such as fines, possible incarceration, community service, and license suspension.

There are ways to plead for a lesser offense in Michigan, such as receiving a “wet reckless” or reckless driving charge instead of an OWI. It is also possible to seek reduced penalties, such as community service or the installation of an ignition interlock device, but you need the help of an… read more

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