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May 2016 Archives

What Happens After a DUI Arrest in Ann Arbor

What Happens After a DUI Arrest in Ann Arbor.jpgAfter being arrested for a DUI in Ann Arbor, you will be taken down to the police station for blood alcohol content (BAC) testing. Such testing is usually a breath. Or, you will be taken to a local hospital for a blood test. If your BAC is above the 0.08% legal limit, you will be charged with either a misdemeanor DUI. If you are charged with a misdemeanor, you may be released on your own recognizance until the arraignment. 

The Difference Between a Misdemeanor and Felony DUI

The Difference Between a Misdemeanor and Felony DUI.jpgIn Michigan, being convicted of a misdemeanor or felony DUI can result in serious repercussions. It is important to contact an Ann Arbor DUI attorney immediately following an arrest. An experienced attorney may be able to help reduce the charge asserted against you to a lesser offense or have it completely dismissed. Do not delay in obtaining legal counsel and guidance. Read on to learn more about the difference between a misdemeanor and felony DUI in Washtenaw County.

Understanding Blood Alcohol Concentration and Its Impact on Driving

Understanding Blood Alcohol Concentration and Its Impact on Driving.jpgUnderstanding blood alcohol concentration (BAC) and its impact on driving can be complex. There are several factors that go into determining how much alcohol a person can consume before becoming legally intoxicated. Below is an overview of how a person's BAC can impact their driving.

DUI Probation Violation

DUI Probation Violation.jpgViolating your Ann Arbor DUI probation terms is never a good idea. Not only will you be subjected to being jailed, you may also have to pay higher fines, penalties and additional attorney fees. You will also be subjected to a longer period of probation. Below is an overview of the common ways defendants violate probation and how I can help you. Read on to learn more.