Don’t Let A Drunk Driving Charge Change Your Record
If you are convicted of drunk driving, you face the possibility of a large fine, suspension of your driver’s license, much higher insurance premiums and jail time. And unlike some other crimes, an OWI or OWVI conviction will stay on your record for life. You need strong and effective legal representation as soon as possible.
At Stacer, PLC, we are experienced criminal defense advocates who work tenaciously to protect the rights and preserve the freedom of people accused of OWI, OWVI and Michigan’s new Super Drunk law.
Contact us online today for a consultation. Plymouth drunk driving defense attorney Andrew Stacer can review your case and explain your legal options.
You Face Two Legal Challenges
When you are arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in Michigan, you face a criminal charge and if convicted, the loss of your driver’s license. These issues are handled in two separate venues – criminal court and an administrative hearing before the Driver Assessment and Appeal Division (DAAD). Andrew Stacer, an experienced defense attorney, will represent you regarding the criminal charge and your license.
Important – You have only 14 days from the date of the arrest to request an administrative hearing regarding your license. Get legal help today.
Defending Against a Drunk Driving Charge
Andrew Stacer will carefully examine all aspects of your case. He will pay particular attention to constitutional and factual issues that could enable our firm to obtain a dismissal of the charge against you. Some of the questions Mr. Stacer will consider include:
- Did the police have probable cause to arrest you?
- Were the field sobriety tests properly conducted?
- Were you properly informed of your rights?
- Are the blood alcohol test results admissible in court?
Our goal whenever possible is to obtain a dismissal of the charge. If you choose, we can also represent you vigorously at trial or seek a reduction of the charge to a lesser offense. Stacer, PLC, will be your strong advocate, seeking the best possible result for you.
Protect Your Rights. Contact Our Attorney.
Contact us online today for an initial consultation about your case. You can also call our office at 734-259-287 or 888-814-5758.