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DUI Defense Attorney in Michigan

Arrested for Drunk Driving? Call (248) 988-9625!

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Michigan, you need a strong and experienced lawyer. At Haque Legal, our OWI attorneys in Michigan have a proven track record of success, and we are ready to fight for your rights and freedom. We will fight to get your charges reduced or dismissed, and we will fight for compensation if a drunk driver injured you.

At Haque Legal, our Michigan OWI attorneys are ready to help you if you have been arrested for DUI. We know that you need your driver's license to get to work, take care of your family, and attend school.


Here are several benefits of hiring our firm:

  • Legal Expertise: We have a deep understanding of Michigan's OWI laws and legal procedures, ensuring you receive knowledgeable representation throughout your case.
  • Strategic Defense: Our experienced attorneys can develop a tailored defense strategy based on the specifics of your case, aiming to mitigate charges or secure a favorable outcome.
  • Protecting Your Rights: We prioritize protecting your rights throughout the legal process, ensuring fair treatment and advocating on your behalf.
  • Minimizing Penalties: With our expertise, we work to minimize potential penalties associated with OWI charges, including fines, license suspension, and potential jail time.
  • Navigating Complex Procedures: Dealing with OWI charges involves navigating complex legal procedures. We handle paperwork, court appearances, and negotiations on your behalf, reducing stress and ensuring proper procedures are followed.
  • Access to Resources: Our firm has access to resources such as expert witnesses and legal research tools, bolstering your defense and increasing your chances of a successful outcome.
  • Support and Guidance: Facing OWI charges can be overwhelming, but we provide support and guidance every step of the way, helping you understand your options and make informed decisions.
  • Experience in Court: Our attorneys have extensive experience in Michigan courts, providing you with confident and competent representation during hearings and trial proceedings.
  • Potential for Reduced Charges: With our negotiation skills and legal knowledge, we may be able to negotiate for reduced charges or alternative sentencing options, lessening the impact of the OWI charge on your life.
  • Peace of Mind: By entrusting your case to us, you can have peace of mind knowing that dedicated legal professionals are working diligently to achieve the best possible outcome for you.

Schedule a consultation through our online contact form or by calling us directly at (248) 988-9625 today.

Why Hire Us?


    In every case, we take on, our priority is always to exceed your needs and expectations. We look at the big picture, so we can achieve the highest level of client satisfaction and client results possible.


    Because we choose to work as a team, our clients benefit from our deep-rooted connections within the community and the strength of our networking power.


    We are committed to the community that we serve and are always finding new ways to get involved and partner with nonprofits within Michigan.

Our Results

  • 20-Year Felony Dismissed

    Client charged with 20-year felony – federal drug trafficking, receives supervised release and minimal end-of-sentencing guidelines for incarceration. 

  • Criminal Sexual Conduct-3rd Degree Dismissed

    Client charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct-3rd Degree - receives probation and boot camp

  • Felonious Assault Dismissed

    Client charged with felonious assault and dismissed at trial.

Michigan OWI Laws

Under Michigan law, a person can be arrested for OWI if they are operating a vehicle and:

  • Their blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is .08% or more.
  • They are under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • They are impaired due to a medical condition.

A driver can be arrested for OWI even if their BAC is below the legal limit if they are impaired. This means that law enforcement can arrest a driver for a DUI even if they do not believe that the driver is intoxicated. If a driver refuses to submit to a chemical test, they can face stiffer penalties. A driver can be charged with a felony if they refuse to submit to a breath, blood, or urine test.


  • A first-time DUI can result in a 180-day driver's license suspension, $500 in fines, and up to 93 days in jail. If a driver's BAC was .17% or more, they can face a one-year driver's license suspension, $700 to in fines, and up to one year in jail. If a driver's BAC was .17% or more and they injured or killed someone while driving, they can face a two-year driver's license suspension, $1,000 to $2,500 in fines, and up to one year in jail.
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