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People vs. M.W.

Court: Hopkins
Charge: OUIL

Hearing Officer Hopkins The Arresting Officer in this case testified that he responded to the scene of a property damage accident.  When he arrived, another Officer advised him that they were looking for the driver in the nearby field.  The suspect was later found in... Read More


State of Michigan vs. C. G. H.

Charge: OUIL 3rd
Court: Monroe County Circuit Court

While on probation for a prior OUIL 3rd this client was stopped by a Michigan State Trooper, and ultimately arrested for a second OUIL 3rd. As a result of this arrest, he was also served with a "show cause" for violation of probation. The Trooper's narrative... Read More


People vs. E. H.

Court: 41B District Court

Here the client was stopped because his “right headlight was not activated”.  The narrative report indicates that upon contact with the driver, the officer asked for his driver license, registration and proof of insurance.  The driver was “acting nervous smoking a cigarette very quickly and... Read More


People vs. BJW

Court: DLAD – Port Huron
Hearing Officer Modelski

The client was arrested for OUIL and since he refused the breath test, was also charged with an implied consent violation. After meeting with the client, we immediately filed an appeal of the implied consent matter, thereby demanding a hearing with the Secretary of State’s... Read More


People vs. P.C.

Court: 41B District Court
Charge: 1st Offense Drunk Driving (OWI)

On November 14, 2008, at approximately 8:15 pm, our client had just finished gassing up his car at the Sunoco Gas Station, located at 15 Mile Road and Harper Ave. in Clinton Township.  While client was at the gas station, an officer of the Clinton... Read More


City of Auburn Hills vs. B.P.

Court: 52-3 District Court Rochester, Michigan
Charge: OUIL 2nd Offense

During the pretrial process, the prosecutor offered no reduction, so client decided he had no choice but to proceed with trial. The police report indicated that the reporting officer observed the client’s vehicle “swerve over white line hitting the shoulder. Vehicle then changed lanes from... Read More


People vs. MJB

Court: DLAD – Southfield
Hearing Officer Merian     

The client was arrested for OUIL and since he refused the breath test, was also charged with the civil matter of “implied consent”. [Additionally, during the subsequent investigation of the case it was found that the client had at least two prior convictions within the... Read More


State of Michigan vs. S.W.

Court: 52-2 District Court Clarkston, Michigan
Charge: Felony OUIL – Third Offense

The arresting Police Officer was responding to call regarding a possible OUIL. The caller had followed the suspect from a local bar. Upon approaching the driver the Officer noted an odor of intoxicants and bloodshot and glassy eyes. The driver admitted to drinking three beers... Read More


People vs. T. H.

Court: 72nd District Court – Lapeer

In this Operating Under the Influence - Second Offense, our client was observed by the arresting police officer driving in a market place parking lot with its lights out. The vehicle then put its lights on stopped again, and turned off its lights. The arresting... Read More


People vs. W. M.

Court: 73A District Court – Sandusky

In this Operating Under the Influence - Second Offense, our client was observed by the arresting police officer who then ran his plate. The plate came back expired, the car was stopped, and upon approaching, the arresting officer noticed an odor of intoxicants "emitting from... Read More


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