ANN ARBOR, Mich.
- July 7, 2020
-- OWI charges can already be severe.
When coupled with exacerbating circumstances, such as a minor accident, the legal consequences can be dire indeed.
Mandatory alcohol testing can be expensive and inconvenient.
Especially during a time of economic hardship, you don't need your ability to work and live your life interrupted.
Dan T. Geherin of Michigan License Lawyer states: "A failed test often results in a revocation of bond/probation and often a jail sentence. Judges have very little patience for people missing tests, and even less for people who test positively. Likewise, if a person is being monitored by the Secretary of State, a failed/missed test often results in revocation of driving privileges. Defending these positive tests is very difficult, as Judges/Probation Agents are often cynical and do not believe that false positives can occur. Having an experienced, reputable and aggressive attorney to help fight these violations is often the difference between continued release and long-term incarceration. For those faced with OWI charges, we recommend they look at the resources available on our website at https://www.milicenselawyer.com/
Dan Geherin is the principal attorney at Michigan License Lawyer, with some 22 years of litigation experience. MLL serves Washtenaw County and specializes in criminal defense. They can be contacted at 734-263-2780, or at their website: https://www.milicenselawyer.com/