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West Manchester Township Police Officer Adam Bruckhart, left, and York Area Regional Police Officer Mike Georgiou observe a driver suspected of being under the influence of alcohol as he performs a field sobriety test at a DUI checkpoint on the business loop of Interstate 83 Friday, April 23, 2010. The driver was later arrested on suspicion of DUI. DAILY RECORD/SUNDAY NEWS - KATE PENN

Whether you enjoy the Michigan by sipping vibrant white blends or award-winning reds in the state’s bountiful vineyards or by sampling lagers, IPAs, or stouts in the popular microbrewery scene, alcohol seems to be an integral part of the festivities.

However, the celebration can turn dangerous—even deadly—if you decide to drive afterwards.

The non-profit organization MADD reports that 8,892 alcohol-related vehicle crashes occurred in the past year in Michigan.

Call a cab or designated driver to take you home if you’re drunk or even slightly intoxicated. Your own safety and the safety of others are not worth the risk.

If you’ve been charged with a driving violation (like a DUI or DWI), you can face stiff penalties if you are not represented by a knowledgeable and professional attorney like Joseph Luplow. Contact Joe today at (989) 799-3270.