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DUI Lawyer Troy MI

Experienced OUI Lawyer in Troy MI

DUI LawyerFor a drunk driving case with Court scheduled for hearing at the 52-4 District Court in Troy, finding a top rated local lawyer that specializes in the defense of OUI accusations is urgent.   The lifelong consequences of a DUI conviction means that you should not gamble with the lawyer who is going to defend you.    The two Judges at the 52-4 District Court are not always predictable when it comes to a OUI sentence and probationary conditions if convicted of a OUI offense.  Immediately retaining an experienced local OUI lawyer is important, because your lawyer needs time to build a strong defense and to implement a legal strategy on your behalf to help you achieve the best results. 

Searching for a Top Rated Local Troy Michigan OUI Lawyer To Represent You In Court?

In Michigan, felony OUI cases contain some of the toughest legal penalties.  With a Michigan OUI felony conviction there are non-negotiable sentence terms such as a county jail or State of Michigan prison sentence, long hours of mandatory community service work, intensive long term alcohol/substance treatment and testing, and strict probationary conditions (if you avoid a prison sentence).  If you are convicted of felony OUI after trial or by means of a guilty plea, the assigned Circuit Court Judge has the ability to choose the length of time you serve (although there is a required minimum sentence of 30 days in jail or 1 year in prison for felony OUI 3rd Offense.  The Judge also cannot sentence you beyond the maximum sentence).   OUI misdemeanors also carry tough sentence conditions upon conviction. For a misdemeanor OUI conviction the Judge can still put you in jail, and make you serve up to 2 years of probation. The Judge for a felony or misdemeanor conviction has no control over the driving penalty issued by the Michigan Secretary of State, even if your circumstances merit leniency or the driving penalty would pose a hardship.    The only logical way to proceed after a OUI arrest is to hire an experienced local OUI attorney.

Top Notch Troy Michigan OUI Defense Attorney at the 52-4 District Court and/or Oakland Circuit Court

The local OUI defense lawyer who handles cases at the 52-4 District Court that is recommended time and again  by Troy residents is Daniel Hilf of Hilf & Hilf, PLC.   Attorney Hilf has over 20 years experience defending OUI charges in metro Detroit, has an office in Troy, and regularly represents people at the 52-4 District Court and Oakland County Circuit Court.

Troy Attorney Daniel Hilf's professional legal accomplishments include:

  • Nationally and Local Media Recognition (CW50, the Legal News, Aspatore Books, etc.)
  • Previous Guest Lecturer at the Oakland County Bar Association 
  • Capital level Trial Lawyer for Oakland County
  • Current Avvo Top Rated 10.0 Lawyer
  • Top 10 Attorney for the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys (2013)
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyer for the  National Trial Lawyers (2014)

Attorney Hilf provides a solid, professional legal defense for all traffic related cases, including:

  • All drinking and driving offenses (OUI/DUI, OWI/DWI, OUI 2nd Offense, etc.) in Michigan
  • All felony offenses
  • All misdemeanor offenses
  • Juvenile offenses
  • All traffic ticket violations (Limited Access Speed, Speeding, Improper Turn, etc.)
For your Troy Michigan case, the location of the The 52-4 District Court is 520 W Big Beaver Road.   For felony OUI prosecutions in Oakland County, if probable cause is determined by a Judge or stipulation, the case is transferred to the Oakland County Circuit Court for trial or other resolution.  The address for the Oakland County Circuit Court is 1200 N. Telegraph Road in the city of Pontiac, Michigan 48341.

Hilf & Hilf, PLC is conveniently in Troy, Michigan approximately half a mile from the 52-4 District Court at 3155 W Big Beaver Rd #123.

Call Hilf & Hilf today for your OUI case, ticket, or Court related matter.