A good DUI lawyer is not enough when facing drinking and driving charges in Michigan. You need a GREAT DUI lawyer!
With pressure from Mothers Against Drunk Driving and other interest groups the penalties for drunk driving are becoming increasingly more punitive. In Michigan, hefty fines, license suspension, and jail time are becoming more and more common for drinking and driving convictions.
A great DUI lawyer can look at your case and make sure that the police followed proper procedure because if they did not your case could be dismissed. Police must have a legal reason to pull you over; they cannot stop you for no reason at all. The police must also have a lawful reason to search you, if they did not the case could be dismissed.
A great drinking and driving lawyer can make sure that the prosecutor is following procedures correctly. Prosecutors will sometimes seek charges against you that don’t fit the facts of your case in order to charge you with more severe crimes. Prosecutors may seek punishments more severe than what your particular case is called for.
A great driving under the influence lawyer can make sure the judge in your case follows proper procedure. A judge could potentially set an excessive bail. A judge may accept a plea in favor of the prosecutor when the Defendant is unrepresented or represented by incompetent counsel.
If you have been charged with drinking and driving contact Michigan drinking and driving lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today (734) 453-7806.
Aaron J. Boria represents several people every month charged with drinking and driving all over Michigan. Aaron’s cases have resulted in reductions from felony DUI to a misdemeanor, charges have been dismissed, and in most situations he has been able to save his clients from jail time and kept their driver license.
Aaron has received training that police undergo to administer field sobriety tests. Aaron has also undergone training for chemical testing directly from the manufacturer. These additional trainings give Aaron an edge when defending your drinking and driving matter.