DUI/OWI Criminal Defense Attorneys Located in Grand Rapids and Serving All of West Michigan
Although drunk driving is often referred to by different acronyms (DUI, DWI, OUI, OUIL, OUID, UBAL, OWVI, and OWI included), the consequences of a drunk driving conviction are always very serious. A drunk driving conviction can result in jail, prison, a misdemeanor or a felony record and loss of your license, fines, penalties and costs. If you have been arrested and charged with a drunk driving offense in Michigan, don’t make any statements to the police or prosecutor and don’t make the mistake of thinking there’s nothing you can do about a drunk driving charge. Talk to one of our experienced drunk driving defense lawyers instead.
Charged with drunk driving? Attorneys at Law Offices of Kelly G Lambert III, PC offer an aggressive drunk driving defense and will fight to protect your rights. To schedule a free consultation and to find out how we can help you call our Grand Rapids office directly at (616) 732-8888 or contact us online.
How We Can Help
Whatever the drunk driving charges, you can depend on us to be aggressive in our efforts to protect your rights. For instance, we may be able to get the drunk driving case dismissed or the charges reduced by successfully arguing that law enforcement did not have a probable cause for the stop and/or that one or more of your rights have been violated. In other drunk driving cases we may be able to raise doubts about the equipment or testing procedures utilized to measure your blood alcohol content. In some cases, the best possible result might be a conviction on lesser charges or a more lenient sentence. In other drunk driving proceedings a trial may be your best option in light of the relevant circumstances. We will help you assess your drunk driving case and make the wisest choice in order to secure the best outcome for you.
Our experience includes, but is not limited to:
- driving under the influence of drugs (prescription and illegal)
- first-time offenders
- hit-and-run accidents
- individuals with previous drunk driving convictions
- individuals facing felony drunk driving charges
- individuals charged with vehicular assault, manslaughter or homicide
- individuals who hold CDL licenses
- reckless and careless driving offenses
Our firm may also be able to help prevent your license from being suspended or revoked by the Secretary of State but only if you contact our attorneys in time. If your license is already suspended or revoked, we can help you get it reinstated.