Aggressively Protecting Your Rights In Criminal Defense Cases

Defending Clients Charged Under Michigan’s Implied Consent Law

If you get pulled over in Michigan and are asked to take a chemical test, you may face serious consequences if you refuse. That is because all drivers are considered to have consented to the test under Michigan law.

It is important to know your rights while operating a motor vehicle. At Williams & Associates, we are well-informed of Michigan driving laws, including the implied consent law.

Contact us online or call us at 231-735-8575 if you refused to take a chemical test and violated Michigan’s implied consent law. Our experienced lawyers will aggressively defend against your operating while intoxicated (OWI) charge.

What Is Michigan’s Implied Consent Law?

Under Michigan’s implied consent law, all drivers are presumed to have given their consent to chemical testing. Chemical testing includes a urine test, a breath test or a blood alcohol content (BAC) test. If you refuse to take a chemical test, six points will be added to your driving record and your license will automatically be suspended.

Many people are not aware of the consequences of a test refusal. If you have been pulled over for drunk driving, it is the police officer’s responsibility to advise or warn you of the requirements under implied consent.

Our attorneys will aggressively advocate on your behalf if you believe that you were not given a clear and unequivocal implied consent warning by the police. We will work with you so that we know every detail of your case. You do not deserve to be punished because a police officer gave you an improper implied consent warning.

Contact A Traverse City Lawyer To Discuss Your BAC Test Refusal

At Williams & Associates, our lawyers will use their years of experience to protect your rights. To discuss your implied consent OWI charge with an experienced lawyer, contact us online or call us at 231-735-8575 to schedule your free initial consultation with our experience criminal defense attorney.