Posts Tagged: driving

Under the Influence? What to know about Marijuana

Marijuana laws can be confusing; in some states, recreational marijuana is no longer criminalized.  But in Michigan, recreational marijuana is illegal.  Alcohol, on the other hand, is legal.  Yet should you get caught driving intoxicated, there are serious legal consequences. How much marijuana is required to be considered “under the influence?” The argument is still… Read more »

‘Super Drunk’ Law Targets Drunk Drivers

The Michigan city of Bloomfield Hills has taken another step in the war against drink driving. The city recently voted to put the “super drunk” law into effect locally. The “super drunk” law primarily targets first time offenders which have a BAC level of .17 or higher, which is twice the legal limit—hence the “super… Read more »

Underage Drinking and Driving Charges In Michigan

What can underage drivers be charged with in the state of MI if they are caught drinking and driving? As is the case with many states, there is a zero tolerance policy when it comes to underage drivers and bodily alcohol content. What does “zero tolerance” mean exactly? Zero tolerance means that if a minor… Read more »

Detroit Reacts to Latest Census Numbers

The latest census numbers are in for Detroit and they’re not good–but the response is. The mayor of Detroit Dave Bing has pledged to fight the numbers. The census reported that Detroit’s population had shrunk 25%, down to 713,777. But Detroit suffered from similar low numbers in 2000, prompted the city to challenge the count… Read more »

ATTACKING THE VERY BASIS FOR STOPPING YOU COULD RESULT IN A DISMISSAL OF YOUR DUI CASE

Many of the officer’s initial impressions of you will be made before he even pulls you over. If you are driving in what he believes to be an unsafe manner, his attitude of who he will encounter will be skewed. A good Michigan OWI attorney can use this bias to show that the officer was… Read more »