Michigan OWI Misdemeanor
Under Michigan DUI law (M.C.L. 257.625), regardless of whether you have a driver’s license or not, it is against the law to operate a vehicle if you are “operating while intoxicated.”
“Operating while intoxicated” under Michigan DUI law means the either of the following applies: (1) you’re under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or both; (2) you have a 0.08 blood, breath or urine alcohol level.
If you have been charged with operating while intoxicated, we recommend that you contact Michigan drunk driving lawyer J. Erich Goetz immediately. He will offer you skill, honesty, experience and integrity when defending your case in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne County area. It’s his courtroom experience that will make the difference in your drunk driving case!
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