Drunk driving is charged as a crime; not a traffic violation. From our experience, first offenders finding themselves in this position rarely fit the mold of someone that you would expect to get into trouble with the law. On the contrary, most clients that we see charged under Michigan’s drunk driving laws are victims of unexpected circumstances that they never anticipated. In many cases, they lack a recent experience or episode with alcohol consumption and underestimate its effects.
Some of the questions that will be covered in this article are:
- Will I lose my license if I am convicted of a drunk driving?