Sentencing for Drinking and Driving

The potential penalties for a DUI in Michigan fall into three categories: judicial sanctions, driver's license sanctions and collateral consequences. Judicial sanctions are punishments imposed by the court and a judge is required to tailor the penalties to the individual offender. Judicial sanctions can include probation, jail, fines and vehicle immobilization.

Driver's license sanctions are given by the Secretary of State and are standardized. The only consideration is whether or not you have multiple DUIs or prior convictions on your record within the last 7-10 years.

Collateral consequences can be some of the most serious, such as insurance hikes, difficulty finding a job, revocation of certain permits and limitations to your travel. A knowledgeable attorney will be able to explain all of the possible sentences for a DUI conviction.

The Personal Attention You Deserve

Boulahanis & Associates gives all clients their attorney's personal cell phone number so we can be responsive to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Other firms can treat clients like just another case number, but our firm takes pride in providing personal legal representation tailored to the needs of every individual who hires us.

You can trust that when it comes to something as important as your criminal record. We will be there to defend your interests in every way possible.

Fighting for Your Legal Rights

Even if you are convicted of a first-time DUI, the penalties can be very serious. Do not leave your future to chance; let us fight your legal battle for you. Call Boulahanis & Associates immediately at 313-277-2550!