Tag Archives: high BAC

Constitutional Rights at Traffic Stops 101; Field Sobriety Tests, Blood Alcohol Supression

September 07, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Criminal Law   |   0 Comments

            1.         Initial Stop and Seizure of Person under Fourth Amendment              “A person is seized by the police and thus entitled to challenge the government’s action under the Fourth Amendment when the officer, by means of physical force or show of authority,  terminates or restrains his freedom of movement, through means intentionally applied.” Brendlin […]

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Drunk Driving in Michigan

October 12, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Criminal Law   |   0 Comments

DUI, OWI, OWVI, OUID, OUIL Superdrunk what does this all mean and what are the differences? There are a multitude of drinking and driving charges. The main first offense charges are: 1) Operating While Visibly Impaired MCL 257.625(3), 2) Operating While Intoxicated MCL 257.625(1), 3) Operating with a High BAC MCL 257.625(1)(c), and 4) Operating […]

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Super Drunk in Michigan

July 18, 2011  |   Posted by :   |   Criminal Law   |   0 Comments

Late last year Michigan passed a law amping up the penalties for a high “blood alcohol content” or high “BAC”. Informally this is known as the “Super Drunk Law”. The difference between regular drunk driving and Super drunk is that super drunk carries with it a serious increase in penalties if found guilty. Before the […]

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