Felony Drunk Driving Attorney in Michigan
Defense for Felony DUI Charges in Metro Detroit, MI
Felony DUI/OWI is an extremely serious charge. If you are convicted of this charge, you face up from a minimum of 1 year to 5 years in state prison, huge fines and fees, as well as losing your driver's license for 5 years. This is no small legal problem. A convicted felon may discover that it becomes extremely difficult to get a job, as your criminal record is accessible to anyone who is looking into your past for employment purposes.
It is possible it may even become difficult to get a place to live after a felony conviction. You will also face up to $5,000 in fines, as well as a fee of $1,000 per year once you are allowed to drive again (if ever). In many cases, you will be forfeiting your vehicle with such a conviction. Facing such a conviction is a frightening prospect, and it Is crucial that you contact a Michigan DUI lawyer without delay if you have been charged with a felony drunk driving charge.
DUI Lawyer for Felony Charges in Royal Oak, Livonia, Dearborn, Farmington Hills, Southfield, Bloomfield Township, Clinton Township, Warren, Sterling Heights and Rochester Hills
No matter how long ago your earlier convictions were, the prosecutor looks back over your whole lifetime when a felony charge is involved. If you had a DUI conviction when you were 21 years old, another at 25 years old and are now 50 - you will still be facing a felony DUI charge. With the help of a skilled defense attorney from our firm you can increase the chances of a better outcome on your case. The legal team will immediately begin working on your
DUI defense strategy. There are often possibilities to fight the charges, whether it is challenging police procedure on the arrest, the testing equipment or other defense depending upon the circumstances of your case.
Contact a Michigan felony drunk driving attorney today.