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Second Offense Drunk Driving

Recently we had a client charged with second offense drunk driving. He was charged with this new DUI with in seven years of his first drunk driving which meant he was facing serious jail time, revocation of his driver license, and either the forced sale or immobilization of his vehicle. There was also an accident in this case and he was charged with leaving the scene.

The client made the right move and called drinking and driving lawyer, Aaron J. Boria and we were able to get the second offense reduced to an Impaired driving first offense, and the leaving the scene charge was dismissed. On top of that we were able to get him accepted into sobriety court. By doing this, our client would not have to give up his car, would be able to obtain his license, and wouldn’t go to jail.

Call (734) 453-7806 today to speak with drinking and driving lawyer, Aaron J. Boria.

Second Offense drinking and driving

If a previous drinking and driving conviction was within seven years of your new arrest then you will be charged with second offense drunk driving.

Many judges interpret the second offense drinking and driving statute to carry a mandatory minimum of five days in jail and a maximum of up to a year in jail.

The Michigan Secretary of State will revoke your driver license for a second offense DUI and it will not automatically be reinstated.

These consequences were avoided once DUI lawyer, Aaron J. Boria was finished with this case.

Drinking and Driving Lawyer

If you have been accused of driving drunk call drinking and driving lawyer, Aaron J. Boria at (734) 453-7806.

We know how a DUI offense can turn your life upside down, which is why we do everything in our power to get you the best possible outcome.

Attorney Boria is experienced in defending drinking and driving cases. He also attends special training to improve his skills in defending DUI cases, which sets him apart from other so called drinking and driving lawyers.