Fierce Representation Against OWI Charges
Many people are familiar with the terms DUI and DWI, but some are less familiar with OWI — operating while intoxicated. This charge can be just as serious. It is often charged in cases where the driver is accused of operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs. This could be either illegal drugs or even prescription drugs that impair driving ability.
We Protect Your Rights Against OWI Charges
Marrs & Terry, PLLC has spent more than a decade representing clients throughout Michigan. We can defend you against OWI charges. Our goal is to better your situation, no matter what the facts of your case are. Even if you believe there is nothing that can be done, we will strive to find a way to help. Contact our law firm online or call 866-665-8095.
Breath Tests Are Not Foolproof
No machine is foolproof, including the Breathalyzers that police use during DUI stops. These machines can give false readings of intoxication because of medical or dental issues not related to drugs or alcohol. Furthermore, if these machines are not properly maintained and calibrated, the results of breath tests are worthless. We will review these tests carefully.
What Is The Difference Between OWI And OWVI?
In addition to OWI, Michigan also has a charge called operating while visibly impaired (OWVI). This means that the police officer believed that the driver was visibly impaired by either alcohol or some type of drug, such as marijuana or cocaine. While this is a lesser offense than other drunk driving charges, it can come with serious consequences. We can defend you.
Do Not Let An OWI Take Your Future. Contact Us Today.
If you need experienced representation against alcohol-related traffic violations, contact us online or call 866-665-8095 to discuss your situation with our experienced Ann Arbor and Jackson OWI defense attorneys.