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Pleading Guilty to an OWI in Michigan
Answer: The answer to this question is a little more complicated because to put an OWI conviction on your criminal history would be a last resort. Our approach is that a conviction for an OWI charge is not a good outcome.
However, once all evidence is reviewed, for some accident cases and ones with terrible video at the roadside, an OWI conviction with good probation terms is an acceptable result. Yet, until every angle is explored, to find a winning solution, this decision cannot be made.
In cases of where the clients had prior, multiple serious traffic offenses (e.g., hit and run, driving while suspended), a first offense OWI case resolution might be preferable. In the final analysis, our client decides what she or he wants to do.No Two Clients Have the Same Factors Applicable to their Futures
For those with these types of bad facts, your best thing to do is to obtain an attorney to review your OWI case and the facts of your arrest and post-arrest forensic testing, to discuss what your job issues and future goals might be.
An OWI attorney at Barone Defense Firm can help you find answers about what the optimal type of resolution might be. The “marching orders” for our OWI defense lawyers are to exhaustively investigate the case to assure that the case disposition obtained is the best available option for that client.