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Victory in Redford, 17th District Court!

After nine long months of litigation, I am pleased to announce that my client successfully avoided a jury trial and succeeded in obtaining the result that he wanted. DRM was charged with leaving the scene of  a property damage accident (a six point offense), operating while intoxicated, and possession of marijuana.  We revoked consent to test blood with Michigan State Police and had lengthy motion hearings regarding that issue as well as whether a person could be charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident where no damage occurred.

OWI 2nd .23/.21 Down to Reckless Driving - Middle of Jury Trial

Picked a jury yesterday, February 12, 2016.  I was really happy with the jury considering that the facts were pretty tough. Client was followed by a 911 caller who claimed that the vehicle was all over the road. No one else thought my client's driving was bad enough to dial 911 even though the caller followed my client for 15 minutes. Supposedly, he was all over the road, into oncoming traffic, and generally just driving like the drunkest person in the world.

DK Accused of Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident

In the 33rd District Court in Woodhaven, Michigan, my client DK was charged with Leaving the Scene of a Property Damage Accident.  LSPDA is actually a fairly serious charge. More commonly known as "hit and run," the charge of LSPDA is a criminal misdemeanor offense that carries up to 93 days in jail, a $500 fine plus costs, 6 points on your driving record, and driver responsibility fees.

Directed Verdict of NOT GUILTY .17/.15

In Garden City's 21st District Court, I represented GG, accused of OWI by local police.  My client was seated in his car, which was running, eating taco bell in February 2015. The car was parked a few blocks away from Taco Bell. An open beer was located inside the car.  Police investigated because the parked running car occupied a space at a closed hardware store.

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William Maze is an established Livonia Michigan attorney in Wayne County Michigan, and he has represented well over a thousand satisfied criminal defense clients across the state.  He has received multiple awards and recognitions, and he maintains a national reputation as one of the leading drunk driving defense attorneys in the country.  

  • Extensive training and education far beyond the average lawyer
  • Actually fights cases and is willing to go to trial
  • Past President of CDAM (2014-2015), the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan
  • Member of the National College for DUI Defense
  • Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers