No one ever thinks they will be in the same position they swore they would never find themselves again. Unfortunately, we all make mistakes—even the same ones. A second OWI arrest means you will face even more severe penalties compared to the first time around.
At White Law PLLC, our Okemos criminal defense attorney can help you navigate the additional complexities that accompany a repeat offense and guide you through the criminal justice process to get the results you want. Let us develop a strong and personalized defense strategy to either get your entire case dismissed or your charges reduced.
Legally speaking, a second OWI offense means a second alcohol-related driving offense within seven years. If a prior conviction was even one day more than seven years before the most recent OWI arrest, then it cannot be prosecuted as a second offense.
Our Okemos criminal defense lawyers can thoroughly evaluate your case and determine all of your available options to get the most favorable outcome possible. We offer you our experienced legal support from start to finish.
Contact us and request a free consultation today.