Michigan Blood Alcohol Level to remain at the current level of .08.


The legal limit of blood alcohol for drivers in the State of Michigan is .08.  The Michigan Senate voted unanimously last week to keep this level at .08.  Governor Snyder is expected to sign this bill, however if the legislature does not act, the level will revert to .10 on October 1, 2013.  The Blood Alcohol Level (BAC) was reduced from .10 to .08 back in 2003.  Studies have shown that the number of reported alcohol-related deaths in Michigan has reduced since the BAC was lowered to .08.












Michigan drunk driving cases move quickly through the court system.  There are many important details and deadlines that affect your right and your driving privileges.  The first thing you should do if you have been arrested for drunk driving is to call a Michigan drunk driving attorney. 

An experience Michigan drunk driving attorney can help you understand your rights and what the fines and penalties could be if you are convicted of drunk driving.  The consequences of a drunk driving conviction can include a term of probation or incarceration in jail, community service, counseling, and costly fines and court fees.


The Michigan drunk driving attorneys at LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. are aggressive, resourceful, creative and passionate about their clients.  They know the Michigan court system and will fight intensely for you and explore every loophole to find a way to get an advantage for you.  Call on of the Michigan drunk driving attorneys at LEWIS & DICKSTEIN, P.L.L.C. at (248) 263-6800 or fill out a Request for Information Form and an attorney will contact you as soon as possible.