Clinton Township DUI
The 41B District Court located Clinton Township handles Drunk Driving cases arising in Clinton Township and the surrounding areas of Mt. Clemens and Harrison Township. Staffed by Judges Sebastian Lucido, Linda Davis, and Carrie Fucha, it can accurately be described as a “middle of the road” Court in terms of how it treats DUI Offenders.
In my experience as a Michigan DUI lawyer, I have found the 41B District Court charges, in terms of fines and costs, amongst the most for DUI cases of all the courts in Macomb County, and really just about anywhere, for that matter. It’s not that the court charges above what’s allowed by law (it does not), but, whatever else, if you get a DUI in Clinton Township, it’s going to cost you a lot.
With skillful lawyering, however, that can be the worst of it, and, in the larger picture, that’s not so bad.
For the reader facing a DUI, exploring the Drunk Driving Cases section of this site, and the Drunk Driving section of my blog can answer many questions. Between my site and the more than hundreds of highly detailed, informational articles on my blog, the reader can learn as much, or as little about the steps in the DUI process as they’d like, and pick up a rather good idea of how I handle these cases and what I bring to the table when I Represent a DUI Driver.
Clinton Township is a rather large municipality. Roughly framed by 14 Mile Road on its southern border, Hall Road at its northern end, and from its westernmost edge at Hayes Road to I-94 on the east, the Township covers a lot of ground, and that ground is covered by a lot of roads. In that sense, there are plenty of places to get pulled over.
As a DUI attorney who regularly Practices in Clinton Township, Michigan, I have handled hundreds of Drunk Driving cases there, from 1st Offense and 2nd Offense case, right through 3rd Offense, Felony cases. I know this Court and its 3 Judges very well. Most of all, I know what it takes to keep a my Client out of Jail in a Clinton Township DUI.
Beyond just keeping my Client out of Jail, I can provide an unparalleled advantage in keeping someone from winding up on “Probation from Hell.” In that regard, I can help limit the consequences a person must face from a DUI. And in the final analysis, that’s all that really matters.