Getting DUI charges dropped isn’t a likely outcome in a Michigan drunk driving case. However, as mentioned above, there are times when you may be able to get evidence suppressed if it was collected unlawfully. If there is not enough evidence to create probable cause and proceed to trial, then the DUI charges might be dropped.
There are also other potential ways you could avoid a criminal conviction for OWI or OWVI in certain circumstances, such as negotiating a plea agreement to reduce the charges against you or entering into a pretrial diversion program. It’s less likely these options would be available to you if you are a repeat offender, though, or if you had a high BAC.
Going to trial may be frightening, but remember that this does not always mean you will be convicted. A prosecutor still has the burden of proof and must show your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt or you will be acquitted of the charges.