Detroit DUI Lawyer, Detroit OWI Lawyer, Detroit DWI Lawyer, Michigan DUI Lawyer, Michigan OWI Lawyer, Michigan DWI Lawyer
DUI news, case updates and articles
from the Maze Legal Group, PC
Stopped by the police and need information?
You've come to the right place! Our lawyers are certified in the HGN test and other field sobriety tests. If you feel your stuck in the DUI Maze, give us a call.  We can offer you options to challenge your case! Detailed write ups regarding the various district courts around Michigan! Learn about the judges handling drunk driving cases in Michigan!

General news and updates regarding the Maze Legal Group, including sample cases.  If you’re looking for updates regarding our most recent court victories, please check out the Maze Legal Group facebook fan page.
Trying to do your own legal research?  Have a question that you don’t want to share with a lawyer?  Consider this your own on-line legal library for DUI cases where you can browse important legal opinions from across the nation!
We are slowly building an on-line database where you can discovery important information regarding the various courts and judges around Michigan.  Other Michigan lawyers are invited to participate!

A decade ago, most Michigan police officers employed rudimentary field sobriety testing methods.  Over the last ten years, most Michigan police officer have undergone extensive training to become certified in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Standardized Field Sobriety Tests battery.  In fact, Michigan now boasts a few Drug Recognition Experts (DREs) in the NHTSA Drug Evaluation and Classification Program.

One of the most critical aspects pertaining to a Michigan drunk driving charge is the accuracy and reliability of chemical testing.  Breath, blood and urine testing are considered acceptable testing methods for enforcing Michigan’s DUI laws.   Learn about potential problems and flaws present in each of these methods.

General articles that don’t quit fit into a particular category, including matters that might have received attention in the press and political developments relating to Michigan’s drunk driving laws.