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Posts tagged "dui"

Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana in Washtenaw County

Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana in Washtenaw County.jpgDriving under the influence of marijuana in Washtenaw County is a crime. If you or a loved one has been charged with a DUI, contact my law office for a consultation. Read on to learn more about the laws regarding driving under the influence of marijuana in Washtenaw County, Michigan and how I can help possibly have the charge asserted against you reduced or your case dismissed. 

Driving Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance in Ann Arbor

DrivingUndertheInfluenceofaControlledSubstanceinAnnArbor.jpgThere are several methods law enforcement officers use to determine if someone is driving under the influence of a controlled substance in Ann Arbor. If you or a loved one has been arrested for driving under the influence of a controlled substance, contact my law office for a consultation. Read on to learn more about the methods law enforcement agencies use to arrest motorists who drive under the influence of a controlled substance in Ann Arbor.

Traffic Violations that Lead to DUI Arrests in Washtenaw County

031866628-cop-knocking-car-window.jpegMost DUI arrests stem from people violating common traffic laws such as making an illegal u-turn or running a red light. The violation of such laws permits police officers to question drivers if they suspect the driver is driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance after pulling them over. Read on to learn more about traffic violations that commonly lead to DUI arrests in Washtenaw County.

Evidence Used for DUI Prosecution in Washtenaw County Circuit Court

Evidence-Words-3022684.jpgIf you have been arrested for a DUI in Washtenaw County and want to fight the charge(s) asserted against you, you should hire an attorney that is knowledgeable of the defenses that may be available to discredit the prosecution's evidence.

Michigan College Students - How to Tell Your Parents About Your DUI

Thumbnail image for Alcoholic-802023.jpgAs a college student, being arrested for a DUI can be a daunting experience. You may be wondering what you should do, how to contact a drunk driving attorney, and whether or not you should tell your parents. Read on to learn more about whether or not you should tell your parents about your DUI and how to get legal help.

Drunk Driving Blood Sample Search Warrant Requirements

Blood sample search warrant In 2013, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the police must obtain a warrant before subjecting a drunk driving suspect to a blood test. The ruling stems from a case that involved a man charged with drunk driving in which a blood sample was taken from him without his consent or a valid warrant.