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Michigan DWI Laws

More than one-third of all traffic fatalities in Michigan involve alcohol. Drunk while driving, mostly results in accidents. Like most of the states, Michigan considers a drunk driving case if you have an alcohol rate 0.08% or more in your blood which leads you to different penalties.

A first time offender faces 93 days in jail, $500 of fine; 360 hours of community service and the license will be suspended for 180 days. Michigan’s driver responsibility program means that anyone convicted would pay a $1000 to the secretary of state for consecutive two years. Michigan now also has zero tolerance for such drivers. If you refuse to give your tests then you will have your license suspended and six points would be added in your driving record.

 

For under age Drivers

If you are under the age of 21 then the consequences can be more difficult. In Michigan, minors are not allowed to buy any alcoholic products and even if you have any illegal drug in your vehicle then it will be considered a crime. If your BAC is 0.02 or more then you will be arrested.

1. Operating while visibly impaired (OWVI):- If you are drunk and this is visible to the officer, there is no need for you to give any tests. If you are convicted of OWVI you could face, Up to a $300 fine, 93 days in jail, 360 hours of community service, driver license restriction for 90 days, possible vehicle immobilization, four points on driver record and $500 Driver Responsibility Fee for two consecutive years. A second OWVI conviction within seven years could mean a $200 to $1,000 fine, five days to one year in jail, Thirty to 90 days community service, driver license denial or revocation for a minimum of one year and, license plate elimination, vehicle immobilization for 90 to 180 days unless vehicle is forfeited, possible vehicle forfeiture, four points on driver record and $500 Driver Responsibility Fee for two consecutive years.

2. Operating while intoxicated (OWI):- OWI means that when you are taken to a police station or hospital and your blood – alcohol concentration is 0.08% or more. If you are convicted for OWI, you could face A $100 to $500 fine , up to 93 days in jail, up to 360 hours of community service, driver license will be suspended for 30 days, , possible vehicle immobilization, possible ignition interlock, six points added to driver record and $1,000 Driver Responsibility Fee for two consecutive years. If you get a second conviction of OWI within 7 years, you can face high penalties such as a $200 to $1,000 fine, five days to one year in jail, thirty to 90 days community service, driver license denial for a minimum of one year, license plate confiscated, vehicle restriction for 90 to 180 days unless vehicle is forfeited, possible vehicle penalty, six points on driver record, $1,000 Driver Responsibility Fee for two consecutive years.

3. Operating With Any Presence of a Schedule 1 Drug or Cocaine:- It means that even if you don’t appear intoxicated and you have been traced for alcohol in your blood, you can be arrested.

If you have been convicted for OWI and OWVI in past 10 years and again have been convicted for OWI or OWVI, it will be considered a crime and you have to face many penalties including increased fines, more time in jail, more days in community service, license plate elimination and an increased amount of driver responsibility fee.

 

It also is a crime to:

Cause a death while driving. You'll face up to 15 years imprisonment OR a $2,500 to $10,000 fine, or both.

Cause a serious injury while driving. You'll face up to five years imprisonment OR a $1,000 to $5,000 fine, or both.

 

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