If you are charged with "High BAC Super Drunk" in Michigan, you could be facing serious penalties and consequences. This charge is applied to individuals who are caught driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of 0.17% or higher. The penalties for a High BAC Super Drunk conviction in Michigan include:
A fine of $200 to $700
Up to 180 days in jail
Driver's license suspension of 45 days to 1 year
Mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device (IID) in your vehicle
Possible community service
Possible alcohol treatment or education program
Possible vehicle immobilization
It's important to note that these penalties are in addition to any penalties you may face if convicted of a regular drunk driving charge. Additionally, a High BAC Super Drunk conviction will remain on your record permanently and can have a significant impact on your life, including increased insurance rates and difficulty finding employment. It's always best to seek the advice of a qualified attorney if you have been charged with a crime, as they can help you understand your rights and options.
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