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Driver's License Suspension or Revocation Archives

Drunk driving, high BAC level may lead to a suspended license

Driving is definitely a privilege. For Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County, Michigan, residents, losing the privilege to drive can have disastrous consequences. For one, the person's employment can be compromised. The time with family can also significantly decrease. Also, there are fines to pay and other consequences to endure just to have the person's driving privileges reinstated.

Losing a driver's license due to DUI in Michigan

Most states, including Michigan, share a 0.08 percent legal limit of blood-alcohol content. With this, a driver who has a blood-alcohol content level of 0.08 percent or above may be charged with drunk driving. Many Ann Arbor, Michigan, drivers and even celebrities know how serious driving while intoxicated charges are. It can affect every aspect of their lives, including their jobs, reputation and daily activities due to a suspended license and other penalties.

Alleged drunk drivers may get license suspension

In Michigan, the Fourth of July holiday is not just about celebration, parties and family visits, it is also a day to catch drunk drivers on the road. Actually, police officers across Michigan, including those in Washtenaw, are committed to stopping drunk driving. Cracking down on drunk driving is part of the campaign called "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over."