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Drugged Driving Risks and Consequences in Michigan

According to the Michigan Department of State, it is unlawful in Michigan to drive while under the influence of alcohol. It is also unlawful to drive while under the influence of a Schedule I controlled substance. Schedule I controlled substances include many different narcotics and drugs, including cannabis. Understanding the consequences of drugged driving is...

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How to Avoid a First DUI When Attending College in Michigan

Flint college students attending University of Michigan- Flint, Mott Community College, Kettering University, and other local institutions are likely participating in the age-old past time of imbibing in alcoholic beverages. Although most college students do not turn 21 until their junior or senior years, in college, Villanova reports that around 80 percent of college students drink. While...

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Steps to Take After a First Offense OWI in Michigan

A first offense OWI is taken very seriously in Michigan. As the Department of State explains, even a first conviction can result in a mandatory six month suspension of a driver's license, although you can get a restricted license after 30 days. With a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .17 or above, the mandatory minimum...

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Michigan Police Cracking Down on Drugged Drivers

Drivers who are arrested for impaired driving need to know what to do after an OWI arrest. Most drivers who face charges are accused of operating while impaired by alcohol, as drunk driving has long been the leading cause of OWI arrests. These drivers facing OWI charges will need to try to undermine evidence showing their...

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