Defending Against Charges Brought Under Michigan’s Super Drunk Law
Drunk driving carries severe penalties in the state of Michigan. The penalties have gotten increasingly tougher since the passage of the Michigan “super drunk” law in 2009.
At Williams & Associates, our legal team works hard to help keep your license, avoid jail time and keep drunk driving charges off your record. Our attorneys have years of experience defending clients against drunk driving charges in Michigan courts.
You can depend on our more than 35 years of driving under the influence (DUI) defense experience to protect you from facing penalties under the Michigan super drunk law. Contact our law firm online or by calling our Traverse City office at 231-735-8575. Initial consultations are always free and confidential.
What Is The “Super Drunk” Law?
Michigan’s super drunk law is an addition to the Michigan Vehicle Code and redefines drunk driving to include drivers with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .17 or more grams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood, 210 liters of breath or 67 milliliters of urine. The consequences of violating the super drunk law are stiff, even if you are a first-time excessive BAC driver. If convicted for drunk driving, the following penalties may apply:
- One-year mandatory alcohol treatment
- One-year alcohol ignition interlock requirement
- Jail time
- Increased fines
- Suspended driving privileges
Fighting Your Drunk Driving Charge
Our experienced lawyers can help you fight your operating while intoxicated (OWI) charge. We understand Michigan’s super drunk law and have experience defending clients who have been convicted under the law.
We will work with you to formulate a defense strategy that fits your needs. We will pursue every possible avenue so that we can achieve the best possible results for you.
Protect Your Rights – Contact Us Today
If you have been charged or convicted under the Michigan super drunk law, we will analyze every detail of your case in order to provide the best possible defense. We will sit down with you so that you understand your options and any possible consequences. Contact us online or call us at 231-735-8575 to schedule a free initial consultation with our experienced attorneys.