If you're one of many Michigan residents who struggle with chronic neck or back pain, you understand how completely debilitating such injuries can be. Sometimes, the only thing that can alleviate pain in such circumstances is strong medication. The problem is that most medicines able to counteract serious neck and back pain are legal by prescription only. This often leads to criminal defense issues for people who innocently accept an offered remedy for their pain from well-meaning friends, and then wind up facing illegal drug charges because of it.
If you have been convicted of a DUI when you do not believe you were drunk, you are not alone. A condition called auto-brewery syndrome is becoming more well-known as drivers in Michigan and the rest of the country fight what they believe is a false accusation of intoxication. We at the Law Office of Gary Michael Gabry are here to help you determine if you are a victim of this condition with an undeserved DUI.
The school year is winding down for many Michigan college students. Some are still lingering on extended spring breaks. Others are cramming for finals and making preparations for their summer vacations. People in both groups may also schedule time to kick back and enjoy a night out with friends. Whether you attend a sporting event or get a bite to eat and a glass of wine at a favorite local restaurant, you'll obviously want to do whatever is possible to stay safe while driving and avoid trouble with the law.
Students in Michigan like your child may not be aware of the long term impacts of having convictions on their record. At the Law Office of Gary Michael Gabry, we work to keep both you and your child informed of the possible consequences of convictions and how they could impact the overall prospects of both education and work in your child's future.