OWI Lawyer in Farmington Hills MI - Experienced & Trusted Legal Representation

drunk driving arrestWhen experience matters most, count on Attorney Richard I. Lippitt, P.C.. Whether this is your first offense or third, you need an experienced DUI lawyer to understand the circumstances, review the arrest report and ensure your rights are protected. Richard Lippitt will research your case, act on your behalf and ensure you have the best outcome possible for your DUI situation. A Michigan DUI felony charge is likely the most serious event of your entire life. An experienced and qualified can help you confront these serious allegations. If you have been arrested in Farmington Hills MI, the first call you should make is to attorney Richard I. Lippitt, P.C.. Even if this is not your third Michigan DUI offense, if there are aggravating factors (such as child endangerment), you can also be charged with a Michigan DUI felony.

"Zero Tolerance" for DUI in Michigan For Drivers Under 21

Michigan has some of hardest laws in place to deter drunk driving for vehicle operators under the age of 21. If you have been charged with a Michigan DUI Zero Tolerance you need to take the allegation seriously. Attorney Richard I. Lippitt has the experience and knowledge that is required to confront your case. Mr. Lippitt employs a vast network of scientific and blood experts who can potentially challenge your Michigan DUI Zero Tolerance arrest. Additionally, Mr. Lippitt possesses the legal scholarship necessary to develop potential constitutional challenges of your Michigan DUI Zero Tolerance arrest.

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  • Child Endangerment
  • DUI Vehicular Manslaughter


  • If you've been arrested for DUI, DWI, or OWI, call me. I've helped hundreds of people stay out of jail, avoid penalties, and protect their rights, and I can help you.
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    More serious Michigan DUI offenses can subject you to a lifetime driver's license revocation. Lesser driver's license revocations are typically for a minimum period of one year. At the end of the minimum period of revocation, you can request a Michigan driver's license reinstatement hearing. However, if your reinstatement hearing is unsuccessful you must then wait a full additional year before you can request a new reinstatement hearing. The choice of the right attorney can vastly improve your chances of either getting your case dismissed or significantly reducing the punishment and consequences of a Michigan DUI second offense or Super Drunk charge.

    Understand Your Rights and Responsibilities With Alcohol Tests

    If you've been pulled over under suspicion of driving under the influence in Michigan, chances are you've been subject to a blood alcohol test. Your rights, in terms of refusal and accuracy of the results, are something your attorney will explain in detail. Here are some articles to help you prepare and get a better understanding of terms used regarding blood alcohol tests.

    Read Testimonials From Clients Around Michigan

    I hired Richard back in 2005 to represent me. I had five bench warrants all from driving offenses (one DUI) and I was just terrified. Richard was there when I turned myself in to police and he was present at all my court dates, he even gave me a ride to a couple of them. If I remember correctly, he drove all the way to Gratiot, MI for one of the cases.The price was very fair and I was happy with his representation and the results we got. All of the judges in Metro area knew him and seemed to like him a lot. I would certainly recommend his service.
    Joseph Reynolds
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