Drunk Driving (DUI/OWI) and MIP

The privilege to drive is one of the most important privileges that we have in life. Whether driving to work, school, church, or the park, the freedom of mobility that a driver’s license gives us is an important part of our everyday lives. Occasionally, though, mistakes, bad decisions, and accidents may result in restrictions on that freedom. Major driving offenses can result in the loss of your driving privileges and even jail time.

Many people can deal with minor driving offenses without hiring an attorney. Major driving offenses, like drunk driving, are serious. Driving while your license is revoked or suspended, another serious offense, may also result in a loss of driving privileges for years, and could even involve jail time. This would have a severe impact on your work and family life. Driving While Intoxicated arrests are very serious, and the government is treating the defendants in these crimes more harshly every year. Meanwhile, lawmakers are reducing the Blood Alcohol Level limits and increasing sentences. Simply refusing to be tested for breath alcohol concentration could result in you losing driving privileges or being charged with an additional crime!

Both your freedom to drive and your personal freedom from jail are threatened by convictions for Major Drunk Driving offenses as well as driving on a suspended license. At Kizy Law, we know how to mount a successful defense to driving offenses. Call us today at 248-662-5499 for your free consultation.

Minor in Possession (MIP)

You have been charged with being a Minor in Possession of Alcohol or MIP and you think it’s “no big deal”. Don’t believe it. You should take a Minor in Possession charge seriously by hiring an experienced attorney to handle your case. Prosecutors and judges take MIP charges very seriously and being convicted of MIP can mean having a misdemeanor on your record, suspension of your driving privileges, and expensive fines and court costs. It also could mean if you are convicted, having to say you have a criminal record on a job application, application for college or graduate school.

If you have been arrested and charged with being a Minor in Possession, Kizy Law has had success defending against these charges and will succeed in defending you. Call us today at 248-662-5499 for your free consultation.