Oakland County Felony DUI/OWI Lawyer
Have You Been Charged with a Felony DUI?
While no charge of DUI/OWI is something to be taken lightly, if you have been charged of a felony OWI, then you should be aware that you are facing even stiffer penalties. In the state of Michigan, if you have two or more prior drunk driving convictions on your record, you could be charged with a felony. If you are facing this charge, you face severe, life-altering consequences including (but not limited to):
- A fine from $500 to $5,000
- Imprisonment for up to 5 years
- Community service of 60 to 180 days
- Denial/revocation of your driver's license for at least five years
- One to three years vehicle immobilization
- Two years of a $1,000 Driver Responsibility Fee
A felony DUI conviction is very serious which carries with it drastic, detrimental consequences. It is also considered a felony if you caused a death or serious injury while driving under the influence of alcohol - these carry with them severe penalties as well. If you or a loved one is facing felony DUI charge, it is absolutely imperative that you do not hesitate to secure the legal assistance of a knowledgeable Oakland County Felony DUI Attorney as quickly as possible.
Aggressive Defense of Felony DUI in Michigan
Attorney Daniel D. Hajji is intimately knowledgeable with the laws surrounding DUIs in Michigan. He knows how complex cases of this nature can be, whether you are struggling from a failed field sobriety test or whether you were involved in an accident leading to a fatality. For this reason, Attorney Daniel D. Hajji is completely devoted to ensuring that his clients are given the creative, tenacious legal defense and support that they deserve.
Contact DUI Attorney Daniel D. Hajji
today for aggressive legal defense against charges of a felony DUI.