What does a “Super Drunk” charge mean in Michigan?

In Michigan, the term "super drunk" refers to a specific charge related to drunk driving offenses. It is an offense that involves operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.17 or higher. The legal limit for intoxication in Michigan is 0.08, so being "super drunk" means having a BAC more than twice the legal limit.

Can a DUI/OWI be expunged in Michigan?

Can a DUI/OWI be expunged in Michigan? As of February 19, 2022, drinking and driving cases can finally be expunged from your criminal history. A drunk driving case is not something that will come off of your record by itself. You have to take affirmative action in order to take advantage of the new law. There are caveats of who qualifies and there [...]

Is it worth going to court and getting a traffic lawyer for a ticket?

Should you pay for your traffic ticket or go to court? What about speeding tickets, they’re not that serious, right? The answer is that you have to think of the overall cost to you. A traffic stop that results in a ticket costs you more than just the fine on the ticket. It costs you time away from your job when you [...]

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