Under Age Zero Tolerance DUI Penalties

UNDER AGE ZERO TOLERANCE DUI PENALTIES IN MICHIGAN

If a chemical test determines that a driver under 21 has a blood alcohol content BAC of .02% but less than the legal limit of .08%, they may be charged with Under Age 21 Operating With Any Bodily Alcohol Content under the Michigan Zero Tolerance Law. The following are under age Zero Tolerance DUI penalties that a driver may face:

  • Up to a $250 fine, or up to 360 hours of community service, or both.

  • Driver’s license is restricted for 30 days.

  • 4 points are added to the offender’s driving record.

  • Driver Responsibility Fee of $500 for 2 consecutive years.

HIRE AN EXPERIENCED LAWYER TO DEFEND
YOUR UNDER AGE ZERO TOLERANCE DUI CASE

Being charged, convicted and facing under age Zero Tolerance DUI Penalties can be a life changing event.  If you find yourself faced with that reality, you would be well advised to seek the counsel of an experienced, qualified and time-tested Michigan Zero Tolerance DUI defense attorney.

I have a proven track record of winning difficult drunk and drugged driving cases. I am proud of my reputation as one of the best drunk driving defense attorneys in Michigan. For over 36 years I have successfully represented clients charged with serious alcohol and drug related driving offenses.

My philosophy, that every case is defendable, has resulted in hundreds of successful outcomes for grateful and appreciative clients.  Remember, your arrest doesn’t have to result in a conviction.

If you are facing a Zero Tolerrance DUI, I encourage you to send me the specifics online or call me directly at 248-409-0484.

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Under Age Zero Tolerance DUI Penalties
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Under Age Zero Tolerance DUI Penalties
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If A driver under 21 has a blood alcohol content BAC of .02% but less than the legal limit of .08%, they may be charged with Under Age 21 Operating With Any Bodily Alcohol Content under the Zero Tolerance Law. They may face under age Zero Tolerance DUI penalties.
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