16th District Court, Livonia, Michigan

Experienced DUI Lawyers

When you are charged with a DUI, your first step should be to seek out legal representation from an experienced DUI lawyer. When looking for a DUI/OWI lawyer in Michigan, you want to make sure you have an attorney with your best interests at heart.

If the attorney you select isn’t demanding police videos, requesting reports, and preparing a motion on your case, they are likely seeking a plea. You want an attorney who is going to do their best to fight DUI charges. In Michigan, a DUI conviction can have serious consequences such as:

• Substantial jail time or imprisonment
• Hefty fines, court costs, and additional fees and penalties
• Community service, probation, and placement in state-operated work programs
• Collateral ramifications involving your professional and personal life
• Loss of driving privileges

Note: A driving conviction cannot be expunged from your record in Michigan, regardless of the circumstances.

Rudoi Law is a group of Oakland County attorneys ready to stand up for your rights in court. You deserve an attorney with knowledge of typical DUI procedures such as field sobriety tests and breath testing machines, including the potential weaknesses of such tests and the possibility of inaccurate readings and results.

It is this understanding of police procedures that helps build a solid defense and increases your odds of receiving a positive verdict in the 16h District Court in Livonia, Michigan. This court hears various civil and criminal cases, including DUI cases. Most DUI cases are misdemeanors and can be heard in District Court. The 16th District Court is a trial court of general jurisdiction and a “court of record,” meaning all proceedings are recorded.

16h District Court
32765 5 Mile Road
Livonia, MI 48154
(734) 466-2500
District Judges
Sean P. Kavanagh
Kathleen J. McCann

Contact the attorneys at Rudoi Law today if you or a loved one needs experienced representation from a group of attorneys ready to fight for your rights! Call 248-972-5530 or email Rudoi Law at defense@rudoilaw.com.