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Felony DUI Archives

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.

Felony Third DUI Offense - What Ann Arbor Drivers Need to Know

Felony Third DUI Offense - What Ann Arbor Drivers Need to Know.jpgA third DUI offense in Michigan is classified as a felony. A convicted defendant can face serious criminal and administrative license penalties. If you have been charged with a felony third DUI in Ann Arbor, contact my law office for representation. Read on to learn more about what Ann Arbor drivers need to know when charged with a felony third DUI offense.

Will My Drunk Driving Conviction Affect My Employment Opportunities?

Employment-Application-1710078.jpgIf you are looking for new employment opportunities, you may be wondering whether or not your drunk driving conviction will show during your employment background check. Depending on the nature of the work you will perform, your drunk driving conviction may have little to no impact on your career prospects. Read on to learn more.

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.

Michigan man may face felony DUI charge after another arrest

Washtenaw and Ann Arbor residents understand how strict drunk driving laws are in Michigan. A single lapse in judgment can have a resident fighting drunk driving charges and facing other serious consequences. However, for people who have been previously convicted, the stakes may be even higher.

Woman who struck pedestrians faces possible felony DUI

Here in Ann Arbor, Michigan, police strictly enforce drunk driving laws. Penalties for offenses carry the same stringent severity. For this reason, it can become quite problematic for Ann Arbor residents if they are charged with a driving under the influence offense. Things can become even more complicated when the charge is elevated to a felony DUI, which has even harsher consequences.

Serious penalties could await man charged with several felonies

Multiple offenses of drunk driving violations and previous Driving Under the Influence convictions may result in felony charges here in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Such charges may also lead to other serious charges if there are extenuating circumstances such as firearm possession and child support warrants, as was the case with a recent arrest made by state troopers.