Implied Consent / OWI Refusals
MICHIGAN BREATHALYZER REFUSAL LAWYER
If you refuse a police officer's request for a blood or breath test in a drunk driving arrest, your license may be automatically suspended for one year. This is called an Implied Consent refusal, and your prompt response to this allegation is crucial. We strongly suggest that you contact us or another attorney immediately after a refusal allegation so that you do not miss important deadlines.
Geherin Law Group, PLLC can help you fight a suspension from the Department of State. Our Michigan Breathalyzer refusal attorneys have handled hundreds of Implied Consent hearings throughout the state, and we are dedicated to preserving your future behind the wheel. As a criminal defense firm, we also specialize in drunk driving cases, so our lawyers have the skills, reputation and experience to challenge police officers and to litigate and/or negotiate a favorable result on your behalf.
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If your license has been suspended for a refusal to take a blood or breath test, we can seek restricted driving privileges (i.e. for you to travel to/from work) from Circuit Court judges in the area where the arrest occurred. This is called a hardship appeal, and our firm has filed and obtained hundreds of them.
Depending upon the nature of your matter, our lawyers can take several approaches to protect your rights. These may include challenging the refusal allegation or challenging the arrest that led to your refusal. When you consult with our law firm, we will conduct a thorough analysis of your case and evaluate the options that are available to you.
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If a police officer alleges that you refused a chemical test, please contact us immediately to discuss how we can fight this refusal and best protect your privilege to drive. Your initial consultation is free. We offer evening and weekend hours and accept credit cards.