In Michigan and throughout the nation, a person is required to carry a valid driver's license when operating a motor vehicle. In a recent case, a man believed to have caused an accident was reportedly driving without one. The same man has also been accused of drunk driving in the accident that caused injuries to two other people.
A recent incident occurred on a Michigan street when a young man was reportedly walking down the road, alone. Police reportedly viewed film on a cell phone that was allegedly captured on video while an apparent assault was taking place. The incident took place shortly after 10 p.m. on a night in July 2015. Criminal defense attorneys sometimes act as legal advocates for those involved in similar cases.
Even for Michigan residents who have no criminal history, being accused of driving while intoxicated can have immediate and long-lasting negative effects. If a person is arrested and charged with drunk driving, he or she will most likely want to seek legal consultation immediately following an arrest. Being convicted of drunk driving can be far more serious that some might think.