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May 2014 Archives

Ann Arbor Drunk Driving Expert Witness Testimony

attorney-addressing-jury.jpegHave you been charged with drunk driving in Ann Arbor, Michigan? Do you believe the evidence presented against you is false? I invite you to contact me to schedule a free case consultation to review the particularities of your situation. An expert witness can help contest the evidence presented against you which may ultimately lead to a case dismissal.

Common Roadblocks People Face Regarding Do-It-Yourself In Pro Per Drunk Driving Defense

Do It Yourself ButtonSome legal matters can be handled In Pro Per (do-it-yourself) by plaintiffs and defendants, but when it comes to criminal matters, it is best to retain counsel to represent you through the process.

Washtenaw County Residents - Addressing Alcoholism's Impact on Drunk Driving

Washtenaw County Residents - Addressing Alcoholism's Impact on Drunk DrivingSeveral Washtenaw County residents endure severe challenges when dealing with addressing the impact of alcoholism in their lives. Residents have been convicted of several DUIs as a result of alcoholism. Read on to learn more about this disease and how to get the treatment you need to take control of your life and reduce any future occurrences of drinking and driving.

Memorial Day Weekend DUI Prevention for Washtenaw County Residents

Memorial Day Weekend DUI Prevention for Washtenaw County ResidentsAs we honor the men and women who have given their lives for our freedom this coming Memorial Day weekend, let us also ensure that we safely participate in leisurely holiday activities.

Driving While Under the Influence of an Illegal Drug, Schedule I Controlled Substance, or Prescription Medication in Michigan

031446699-handful-pills.jpegIn Michigan, a person will be convicted of a DUI if he/she operates a motor vehicle upon a highway or other place open to the general public while under the influence an illegal drug, schedule I controlled substance or a prescribed medication that prohibits driving upon ingestion. See Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 257.625.