DUI Lawyer Oakland County MI
For a pending OUI case in Oakland county your first big decision is choosing the right lawyer. For Oakland County OUI cases it is recommended that you have a top tier attorney on your side. For felony or misdemeanor OUI charges at any Oakland County District Court or the Oakland County Circuit Court attorney Daniel Hilf is the attorney you need. It is important to not delay engaging a lawyer right away, because at arraignment District Court magistrates and Judges usually impose strict bond amounts, and personal bonds are not guaranteed.
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For all felony OUI offenses, if convicted as charged, there are sentencing conditions that are mandatory which includes a jail or prison sentence, many up to 360 days of community service and alcohol counseling if placed on probation, and vehicle forfeiture or immobilization. For a felony conviction, the Judge assigned to your case decides the amount of time that you serve (for felony OUI there is a mandatory minimum of at least 30 days), and whether you are placed on probation. For misdemeanor and felony OUI convictions, a possible result is incarceration and/or probation with probationary conditions. For any OUI conviction you will face separate penalties imposed by the Michigan Secretary of State. The obvious conclusion is that you need an experienced Oakland county lawyer to help you.Top Rated Lawyer in Oakland County Available To Represent You
When it comes to OUI defense ability, Attorney Daniel Hilf is the lawyer you need when it comes to District Courts and the 6th Circuit Court in Pontiac. He has over 20 years of defense and trial experience, and he has availability for new clients.
Criminal defense and traffic ticket attorney Daniel Hilf handles the following OUI related cases:
- OWI (misdemeanor)
- OWPD (misdemeanor)
- OWVI (misdemeanor)
- Zero Tolerance Violation (misdemeanor)
- Open Intoxicants in a Motor Vehicle (misdemeanor)
- Super Drunk (misdemeanor)
- OWI 2nd Offense (misdemeanor)
- OWI 3rd Offense (felony)
- OWI Causing Death or Serious Injury (felony)