Helping You Defend Against DUI Charges

A DUI/OWI conviction in Grand Rapids, Michigan, or the Greater Central West Michigan area, can damage your life. You need a knowledgeable DUI/OWI defense attorney to make sure that you get the best possible results in your case. An attorney who believes in you and who will challenge the prosecution in your DUI/OWI case is vital.

At WN Law, our firm ensures that your constitutional rights are protected and that all possible legal challenges are raised in your DUI/OWI criminal defense case. Attorney Renee Wagenaar has spent her entire legal career defending the rights of individuals pulled over by the police. Ms. Wagenaar has never worked for the prosecution and vigorously advocates for clients who have been arrested on a DUI/OWI charge.

DUI/OWI Penalties And Consequences

In the state of Michigan, the legal blood alcohol limit is .08 percent. If you are pulled over for a traffic violation and the Breathalyzer test indicates .08 or above, you will be considered legally intoxicated. DUI/OWI convictions are difficult because the consequences are so severe. A conviction may lead to any combination of:

  • Jail
  • Fines
  • License suspension
  • Ignition interlock device
  • Vehicle immobilization
  • Community service

Depending on the circumstances of your arrest and the evidence in the case against you, you may lose the ability to drive, which will impact your job and your ability to pay your rent or your mortgage. Many of our clients at WN Law are concerned about all of the intersecting ways in which a DUI/OWI arrest can harm them and their families. At WN Law, Renee Wagenaar's holistic approach to criminal defense ensures that you will get a defense that considers the impact of the case on your family for years to come.

Protect Your License — Contact Us Today

If you are facing a drug charge in Central West Michigan, contact our firm for a free consultation. You may call the firm at 616-426-9491 or email the firm. Our firm prides itself on being available to clients 24 hours a day seven days a week.