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When You Are Accused of Driving Drunk

Drunk driving is a very serious problem in our society, but occasionally law enforcement goes overboard as it seeks to round up people who have broken the law by driving while intoxicated. If you believe you have been falsely accused of drunk driving, you can do a lot to protect your freedom. My name is Michelle, and I work as a defense attorney. Here in my blog I am going to give you the reasons why you may be falsely accused of drunk driving and teach you exactly what to do if you find yourself in this very difficult situation.


What Drives Those Charged With A DWI?

10 November 2019
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If you are arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI), your ability to do what hundreds of thousands do every day may be seriously curtailed. A DWI arrest may remind you that possessing a driver's license is a privilege and not a right and is only meant for those who don't get convicted of DWI. Read on for an overview of what to expect with your driving privileges after an arrest. Read More …

How To Address Domestic Violence Allegations

8 August 2019
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Being accused of hurting a partner, an ex, your own child, or a family member can leave you wondering what's going on. It's a situation that has to be dealt with competently, and you should follow these three tips to improve your chances of doing so. Is It a Criminal Allegation? The first order of business is distinguishing people making statements about you from real criminal allegations. While statements certainly have the potential to lead to a criminal investigation, many times folks are just sounding off on how they feel. Read More …

What To Know If A Law Enforcement Officer Tells You That Your Driver’s License Has Been Suspended

25 April 2019
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One of the last things anyone wants to see behind them while they are driving are flashing blue and red lights. However, there is another thing that you definitely do not want to hear as the law enforcement officer approaches your vehicle: "You are driving with a suspended license."  Most people will not drive when their licenses are suspended, but sometimes, people aren't aware their driver's license had been suspended. They then ask how can be in trouble for driving while their license was suspended if they didn't know their license was suspended? Read More …