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Northville OWI Lawyer

The Michigan State Police and local police departments have increased patrols from now until Sunday. Michigan State Police has announced on their website that they will be focused on impaired driving, seat belt use, careless driving and speeding.

A drunk driving charge carries serious consequences and can even result in the loss of your job. If you have been charged with OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) then you need to call Northville OWI lawyer, Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806.

If you have been charged with drunk driving you are not alone. Over the Thanksgiving Holiday Michigan State Police increased patrols for their annual C.A.R.E. (Crash Awareness and Reduction Efforts). This program and many others were be ramped up over the following weeks. As these programs end new programs begin for St Patrick’s Day and other holidays as the year goes on. 

OWI Northville

If you have been charged with OWI in Northville then your case will be heard at the 35th District Court. The 35th District Court has three judges and they are Judge Lowe, Judge Plakas, and Judge Gerou. The 35th District Court is known for being tough on drinking and driving charges, so if you have been charged with OWI you need a serious Northville OWI lawyer.

Jurisdictions in Northville include the Township, the City, and any arrests made by the Sheriff or State Police.

Arrests made by the Sheriff and State Police will be prosecuted by the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office. City of Northville matters are prosecuted by Plunkett Cooney and Northville Township matters are prosecuted by the Law Office of  Hemming Polaczyk Cronin Witthoff Bennett & Demopoulos PC.

Boria has won trials in front of every judge at the Northville District Court and has handled countless cases with all Northville prosecutor’s and is familiar with their practices and what to expect. 

Call (734) 453-7806 to speak with Aaron J. Boria today.

Northville OWI Lawyer

In an drunk driving case the prosecuting attorney must prove that you were over the blood alcohol limit, that you operating a motor vehicle and it was on a public road. All of these elements must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt.

In some cases our goal as an OWI lawyer is to case doubt as to if the prosecuting attorney has met their burden to prove these elements.

Other ways we defend an OWI charge is by challenging the stop, the arrest, and the chemical testing. If the police illegally stopped your vehicle without reasonable suspicion or without observing a civil infraction then your case will be dismissed.

If police illegally arrested you for OWI without having probable cause to do so then your case will be dismissed.

If the police do not obtain the evidence of your blood alcohol by blood, breath, or urine, properly then your case should be dismissed.

Even in cases where the police did everything properly and you believe that you are completely in the wrong it is still likely that Boria will be able to obtain reduced fines, avoid harsh license suspensions, and keep you out of jail. 

Call Northville OWI lawyer, Aaron J. Boria today (734) 453-7806.