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2nd Offense DUI in Michigan

A 2nd Offense DUI in Michigan brings with it significant repercussions.  Defendant’s charged with a 2nd Offense within seven years of a previous conviction face possible jail time, lengthy probation, large fines and a revoked license.

A revoked license differs from a suspended license in that at the end of the revocation period the license is not simply reinstated with the payment of a fee.  Rather, clients seeking reinstatement after a revocation must go through the appeal process with the Secretary of State’s Driver License Appeal Division.  This means providing documentation, including a substance abuse evaluation, and testimony at a hearing to convince a hearing officer by clear and convincing evidence that any substance abuse issue is under control.

When you hire the Law Office of Andrew W. Kowalkowski to represent you when charged with a 2nd Offense DUI in Michigan, you can be assured that your case will be prepared for trial.  Past results show that this method is the only way to ensure that the impacts of a 2nd Offense DUI in Michigan are as minimal as possible.

After a thorough investigation and trial preparation, alternatives to trial are investigated.  Can a plea mean jail time is avoided?  Is sobriety court a possibility in the jurisdiction in which you are charged?  Will sobriety court mean a quicker path to a restricted license?  These and other questions are vital to your decision of trial or plea.

If you are facing a 2nd Offense DUI in Michigan, call the Law Office of Andrew W. Kowalkowski in Southfield, Michigan today to discuss your facts and circumstances.  248-974-9594.

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