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Michigan’s Super Drunk Law

In 2010, the Michigan legislature passed the “High Alcohol Enhanced Penalty Law” to address first-time drunk driving offenders who have a very high Blood Alcohol Content (BAC). The law, known as Michigan’s Super Drunk OWI Law, or Super OWI Law… Read More
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Can You Refuse a Breathalyzer Test?

If you are stopped under suspicion of drunk driving, can you refuse a Breathalyzer test? The short answer is “yes – you can.” But, like many things, it’s not that simple. What Is a Breathalyzer Test? If you are stopped in Michigan under s… Read More
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What To Do If You’ve Been Charged With An OWI

Criminal charges for OWI (Operating While Intoxicated) can be frightening, frustrating, and confusing, especially if it’s your first time dealing with the criminal justice system. If you’re asking yourself what to do if you’ve been charged with… Read More
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Admitted to practice law in 2014, Ann Arbor criminal defense attorney Robert Elmen defends people accused of crimes such as assault and battery, domestic violence, sex crimes, drug crimes, and drunk driving / OWI / DUI. His caring approach towards his clients sets him apart from other lawyers as he recognizes that people come to him during their darkest hours, looking for help, and for hope. Robert is a student of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and draws on his martial arts training to help himself and his clients remain calm in the face of what may seem like insurmountable odds.

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