Defense against Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) charges
Have you been accused of operating a vehicle while intoxicated? Our experienced criminal lawyers can defend you.
At the law office of Barberi Law, you will find a legal team with more than 75 years of combined experience. You need experienced trial counsel who understand the issues. Some attorneys may be content to go through the paces and merely accept the prosecutor’s “deal.” Of course, we know that isn’t what you want to do. We know you want to protect your driver’s license and keep your record clean. That’s what we are here to do.
Our law firm is available to represent people accused of operating a vehicle while intoxicated by alcohol or drugs. We stand beside clients in the central and mid-Michigan area.
- Were you accused of drunk driving on your way back from the casino?
- Are you the parent of a student at Central Michigan University who has been accused of drunk driving?
- Do you need to protect your commercial driver’s license (CDL) from suspension?
No matter what your situation is, no matter what your goals are, we are here for you. Our attorneys are skilled at taking care of the unique needs of college students accused of crimes. We also have experience with tribal law matters and have represented members of the Saginaw Chippewa Tribe, and we do take “per capita” assignments as payment for services rendered.
When you turn to us for a defense against an OWI charge, we will not be content to take the easy way out. Instead, we will carefully review all evidence, including digging deep into the calibration and maintenance records of the Datamaster instrument that was likely used after you were arrested. We are ready to fight to protect your legal rights. If the prosecution is not willing to provide us with a fair offer to settle your case, we will not hesitate to take the matter to a jury trial. When we say we’re going to court, we mean it. We do not bluff. Prosecutors take us seriously because they know we are serious about getting results that meet your goals in your OWI defense case.