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Challenging Prior OWI Convictions
If you are under investigation for a crime or drunk driving offense, if you have already been charged with a crime or drunk driving violation, or if you have already been convicted but believe your conviction or your sentence were wrong, please call (855-321-8500) right away.
Drunk Driving Defense
For even the most seasoned DUI lawyers, defending drunk driving cases has always presented special challenges. Today, mounting a successful drunk driving defense is more difficult than ever. That's why DWI attorneys rely on Drunk Driving Defense. Written by Lawrence Taylor and Steven
Sympathy For the Client
What’s the reaction when you tell people you’re a DUI lawyer? I remember people treating you slightly worse than the gum on the bottom of your shoe. I’ve represented judges, police officers, sports figures, actors. It covers all cross-sections of society, all income levels.
Illegal Search & Seizure in OWI Arrest
In Arizona v. Gant, 129 S. Ct. 1710 (2009), the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a police policy of searching the vehicle of every person arrested, without consideration of whether there is any danger to police or whether evidence will likely be found in the vehicle.
Challenging Prior Under Influence Convictions
Our Supreme Court used the United States Supreme Court case of United Stated v. Curtis, 511 U.S. 485 (1994) as its model in Hahn. United States v. Curtis essentially held that a defendant may not collaterally attack prior convictions in a current federal prosecution in a current federal...
"Listening Is This Lawyer's Key"
The Denver Post interviewed me about my practice, what distinguishes me from other lawyers, my strengths and the challenges of practicing criminal defense and family law.
Michigan Supreme Court Rejects "One-Parent Doctrine" (Overturns In Re CR)
Discussion of June 2014 Supreme Court Case which rejects as unconstitutional former law in Neglect and Abuse cases. Applies to Parents charged with Abuse and Neglect, and who may be charged criminally.
Somewhere, someone has stolen your identity. Yes, this happens all the time in our often corrupt society, where conniving shysters will do anything to obtain cash or hide from the authorities.
“I WISH I COULD GET A LICENSE,” you’re thinking to yourself. “If I were able to present the proper paperwork to the Secretary of State’s Office, I would apply for a license, but now they want proof of lawful residence for me to get my license!”
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