Aggressively Protecting Your Rights In Criminal Defense Cases

Traverse City Attorneys Defending Against Felony Drunk Driving Charges

If you have been arrested for drunk driving, you could face a felony conviction if this is not your first offense. A felony conviction can carry severe penalties, which can have lifelong effects.

At Williams & Associates, we work hard to help clients avoid felony convictions. With more than 35 years of courtroom experience and extensive knowledge of Michigan drunk driving laws, our attorneys are equipped to defend you against your OWI charge.

Do not let one mistake cost you your future. Contact us online or call us at 231-735-8575 to scheduled a free initial consultation with an experienced felony drunk driving defense lawyer at our firm.

When Is Drunk Driving Considered A Felony?

In Michigan, you may be charged with an operating while intoxicated (OWI) felony if you’re convicted of a third drunk driving offense. You may also get a felony drunk driving charge if you caused injury, property damage or had a child in the vehicle while driving drunk.

There are harsher penalties for a driving under the influence (DUI) felony – most notably, a potential prison sentence. You need an experienced lawyer to provide you effective felony drunk driving defense.

In addition to prison time, a felony conviction can lead to other life-changing consequences. If you have a felony on your record, you may have difficulty dealing with the following:

  • Obtaining employment
  • Applying for loans
  • Expunging your conviction
  • Restoring your driving privileges

Contact Us For An Aggressive Defense Against Felony Drunk Driving Charges

Our experienced attorneys will do everything in our power to protect your rights. We will provide aggressive felony drunk driving defense with the goal of dismissing or reducing your charge to a misdemeanor. We understand that people make mistakes. One mistake should not ruin your life.

Contact us online or by call our Traverse City law office at 231-735-8575. We offer a free initial consultation where we can discuss the details of your case and the best next steps for you.