Kalkaska County Drunk Driving
Patrick S. Fragel, Attorney at Law, P.C.
Trial Lawyer – Former Prosecutor
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Arrested on a Kalkaska County Drunk Driving Charge?
5 Actions to Help You Avoid Jail
For each Kalkaska County Drunk Driving – OWI case, there are five actions that will ensure you get the best outcome for your case. These five steps will help you avoid jail and save your driver’s license. We get results, check out our Client Reviews
Review the Bond
When the bond conditions interfere with your employment, your health, or are unduly expensive, Attorney Fragel will petition the Court to change the conditions. For example, daily preliminary breath tests could be changed to random testing, saving you time and money.
Discovery of Evidence
The Prosecuting Attorney is required to provide you a copy of all evidence gathered in your Kalkaska County Drunk Driving case. Police reports, pictures, witness statements, breath test results, medical records, Crime lab reports – all evidence must be disclosed at the start of the Kalkaska County drunk driving case. This includes evidence that tends to show you are not guilty.
Evaluate Drunk Driving Defenses
Immediately after reviewing the evidence, you need to decide the strongest defense in your Kalkaska County drunk driving – OWI case. Every Kalkaska County drunk driving – OWI has its unique defenses that Attorney Patrick Fragel uses to defend your rights.
Once you spot the defenses to your Kalkaska County drunk driving – OWI case, you file pre-trial motions which ask the Court to exclude evidence or dismiss the criminal charges. As a seasoned criminal defense attorney, Patrick Fragel will identify the best pre-trial motions to get the charges dismissed, and keep you out of jail.
During the pre-trial conference for your Kalkaska County drunk driving – OWI case, the Defense Attorney and the Prosecutor review the evidence and defenses. If you have studied the evidence, and sharpened your defenses, then you are ready for a successful pre-trial conference.
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Kalkaska Drunk Driving Lawyer Patrick S. Fragel
Distinguished Rating for Legal Skills and Ethical Standards from Martindale-Hubbell
Kalkaska County Criminal Defense Contacts:
- 46th Circuit Court – Kalkaska County, 800 Livingston Boulevard, Gaylord, MI 231-258-3300
- 87th District Court – Kalkaska County, 605 North Birch Street, Kalkaska, MI 231-258-9031
- Kalkaska County Sheriff, 605 North Birch Street, Kalkaska, MI 231-258-8686
- Kalkaska County Jail, 605 North Birch Street, Kalkaska, MI 231-258-5245
Kalkaska County Court House