If you have been arrested for Operating While Intoxicated (OWI), or more commonly known as drinking and driving, in Plymouth Michigan then you need an OWI lawyer that will fight for you and get the results that you need.

A great Plymouth OWI lawyer will know not only how to handle your drinking and driving case but they will also know how to deal with the prosecutors and judges to get you the best possible result. Call (734) 453-7806 to speak with Plymouth OWI Lawyer Aaron J. Boria.

In the majority of cases that Boria Law handles, our clients keep their driver license, stay out of jail, get reduced points on their record, and save a significant amount of money in fines and costs even in cases where our clients are truly guilty

Operating While Intoxicated in Plymouth

Your case will be heard by one of three judges at the 35th District Court in Plymouth. One of three prosecutor’s offices will be pursuing a drinking and driving conviction against you: The Plymouth City Prosecutor, Plymouth Township Prosecutor, or the Wayne County Prosecutor depending on which police agencies arrested you.

A conviction of OWI will mean the loss of your ability to drive, thousands of dollars in fines, and hikes in your insurance premium, not to mention the possibility of jail time and the hassle of probation. 

If the matter is charged as OWI with a high blood alcohol content the penalties will be even more severe. 

OWI Lawyer

Police cannot pull you over just because they feel like it. They must have a legal reason to pull you over. Police must be able to point to facts that make it clear that you are drinking and driving or they must observe you commit a civil infraction in order to stop you. If police pull you over because they don’t like the way you looked at them, or whatever reason than they have violated your rights. When police violate your rights any evidence they gain against you must be suppressed which means case dismissed.

Even if police have a legal reason to pull you over they must have enough evidence to arrest you. If police simply toss you in the back of their car without reason, then, again the evidence they gain against you may be illegally obtained which means suppression.

Even in a case where someone is clearly guilty there still might be legal challenges that could result in a reduction or a dismissal. Even when there is still nothing favorable about your case at all it is still possible Boria Law could get your a reduction, save your driver license, points, and money. 

Aaron J. Boria is your premier OWI lawyer in Plymouth. We will fight for you and do everything in our power to get you the results that you need most! (734) 453-7806