Michigan Drunk Driving Lawyer
Being charged with an operating while intoxicated (OWI) offense may not seem very serious, but it is a big reason why many Michigan residents have a criminal record.
While your first OWI could result in penalties such as a six-month license suspension and up to 90 days in jail — not including the fines and fees. The most detrimental to your future is the criminal conviction that will be put on your permanent record.
A criminal conviction can effect your employability in Michigan.
Dependable OWI First Offense Help
Gary Tibble has been assisting residents of southwest Michigan with OWI charges throughout his 20 years as a criminal defense lawyer.
He can inform you of your legal options, guide you through the often complex legal processes and procedures associated with OWI charges, and help you reach a favorable outcome through aggressive defense in the courtroom.
If you have been charged with an OWI, you need to get help from a skilled criminal defense attorney immediately. The sooner you contact Gary Tibble, the more options you have to challenge your charge. Contact the Tibble Law Office at 269-383-6000.
When you promptly contact Gary Tibble after you've been charged with your first OWI, he can help build a case and find challenges focusing on the circumstances surrounding the event, including:
- If there was probable cause for the police action
- If you were advised of your chemical rights before administered a blood alcohol content (BAC) test
- If you were given the option to take a blood test to test your BAC, or only a breath test
- If you were interviewed after being arrested and not advised of your Miranda rights
You can avoid Michigan fees and other fines up to $2,000 with the help of Gary Tibble. Contact him as soon as you've been charged with an OWI and before you enter a plea. It is extremely difficult to change your initial plea.
Call Now for OWI Assistance
Have you been charged with an OWI and are unsure of your legal options? Call Tibble Law Office today at 269-383-6000 or contact us online. Kalamazoo criminal defense attorney Gary Tibble is ready to help you protect your rights. Call for a free initial phone consultation Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.