67th District Court - Division 4 (D67-4)
Serving Cities of Fenton, Grand Blanc, and Swartz Creek, and Townships of Fenton, Argentine, Grand Blanc, Mundy, Gaines, and Clayton
If charged with a misdemeanor DUI in Genesee County, you case will be heard at one of four district courts located in Flint, Grand Blanc, Mount Morris and Burton. Here are the judges currently in Genesee County:
Honorable Richard B. Yuille, Chief Judge
Honorable David J. Goggins, District Judge
Honorable Mark W. Latchana, District Judge
Honorable Vikki Bayeh Haley, District Judge
Honorable Christopher Odette, District Judge
Honorable William H. Crawford, II, District Judge
Honorable Herman Marable, Jr., District Judge
Honorable Nathaniel C. Perry, III, District Judge
The most common police departments for DUI arrests are the Michigan State Police, Genesee County Sheriff, Fenton PD, Flint PD and Grand Blanc Twp
The Genesee County District Courts have a sobriety court, which is a useful consideration if a client is charged with a second offense. If you have an old DUI case on your record, you are eligible for a DUI Pardon, but not expungement.
If charged with a misdemeanor DUI in Genesee County, the charge will either be Impaired Driving,Operating While Intoxicated, Super Drunk, Operating With Presence of Drugs or Minor BAC Zero Toleranceor with a prior, OWI 2nd Offense or 3rd Offense which would be a felony.
When charged with a drunk driving offense in Michigan, you're fighting for your survival. Your freedom, license, career, family reputation and your future are on the line.
In a recent Michigan State Police drunk driving audit, there were 1015 DUI arrests in Genesee County with 308 blood tests and 613 Datamaster chemical tests. 304 of these chemical tests were above the 0.17 Super Drunk level.
Here is a link to an article from my latest book on my experience as a former prosecutor, which breaks down a number of key points on first offense drunk driving cases.
DUI Attorney & Former Prosecutor Jonathan Paul