Michigan’s Implied Consent Law
If arrested, you will be required to take a chemical test to determine your Bodily Alcohol Content (BAC) or to ascertain whether there are drugs in your body. Under Michigan Law, all drivers are considered to have given their consent to this test. DO NOT REF– USE TO TAKE A CHEMICAL TEST WHEN STOPPED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT EITHER BREATH, OR BLOOD.
If you refuse a test, (6) points will be added to your driving record and your license will be suspended for one year. Take note: if the refusal is your first, a Circuit Court Judge does have jurisdiction to grant you restricted driving rights for the entire period of the suspension.
If you are stopped a second time and refuse the test, (6) points will be added to your record and your drivers license will be suspended for two years. There is no restrictions allowed after a second refusal.
Attorney Todd Levitt, has been representing drivers who refuse the test for more than 17 years.
If you need a free consultation or representation call 989-772-6000