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Charged With Drunk Driving?
If you are pulled over for driving under the influence, you are about to face serious consequences. Under Michigan law, a drunk driving conviction can lead to expensive fines, revoked or suspended licenses, and even significant jail time. At Brandon Gardner & Associates, we focus on criminal defense. We understand when arrests go wrong and how sobriety tests can be misleading.
As your legal team, our firm focuses on protecting your civil rights. We ensure that the prosecution is held to the highest legal standard. Do not go to court alone. Call our firm today at 616-207-2828.
You Can Fight OWI And OWVI Charges
Many people are arrested for operating while intoxicated (OWI) or operating while visibly intoxicated (OWVI) after a sobriety test like a Breathalyzer test. It may seem like there is no way to fight your charge. Yes, the prosecution is in a position of power, but they are not infallible.
Founding attorney, Brandon Gardner, is highly experienced and knows how to fight drunk driving charges. We are tough on the prosecution and point out serious issues with their case, like:
- Ensuring that Breathalyzers are properly calibrated
- Traffic stops are appropriate and conducted correctly
- Evidence is obtained in accordance with the law
- Officer conduct is ethical and complies with regulations
We work with regulators, investigators and scientific experts to strengthen your case. Ask us about our experience today.
Defending Yourself Is Possible. Call 616-207-2828.
Federal and Michigan laws ensure the protection of your civil rights. A criminal investigation should not trample those rights. We ensure that your defense is as strong as possible and will represent you fiercely before the court.
Cannabis Business Academy
Are you interested in joining the rapidly expanding cannabis industry? The law is complicated, but you can succeed. Learn about the industry, and how to successfully begin your cannabis business here in Michigan. Attend a seminar with Brandon Gardner in Grand Rapids.