College Student DUI Defense Attorney

Prompt Action In DUI Cases

Are you a college student who has been charged with DUI in Michigan? If so, you are going to want to take prompt and aggressive action to seek an outcome that doesn't jeopardize your personal and educational opportunities.

I am college student DUI defense lawyer David G. Moore, and I represent Michigan college students who have been charged with drunk driving, minor in possession (MIP) and minor consumption. To schedule a free consultation, please contact me online today.

The Potential Consequences for a DUI/OUI/OWI Are Severe

If convicted, a student faces many potential consequences:

  • Jail time
  • Loss of driver's license
  • College enrollment consequences
  • A criminal record
  • Other penalties

Under 21 Drivers

If you are under the age of 21, you may face additional criminal charges of minor in possession and minor consumption. You could potentially face much harsher penalties since you are facing both drunk driving and minor consumption charges.

When you come to my law office, I will review your charges and help determine an aggressive course of legal action. As your criminal defense attorney, my goal is to minimize the effects — criminally, personally and educationally — that you are facing due to multiple criminal charges. I may be able to get the charges reduced or obtain a dismissal of your case.

Contact a Criminal Defense Lawyer For a Free Consultation

To talk about your specific legal options in a free, confidential, and no-obligation consultation, please call 269-216-4573. You can also contact me online. My offices are located in Portage, and I represent students at Western Michigan University, Grand Valley State University, Kalamazoo College, Davenport University and other Michigan colleges and universities.