Last updated on March 28, 2017

Why One Should Seriously Consider Retaining an Attorney for an OWI/OWVI Charge?

Interviewer: In closing, what kind of personal statement do you want to make to people that will tell them or show them that you’re someone they should call for the initial consult and you handle things differently?

Attorney Tafelski: Well, defending these cases is something that I’ve been doing for a long time and I have a great interest in.  I take a personal interest in every client and trying to get to know their unique situation and their unique needs.  I think it ends up being very important in the final outcome so that they can get on with their lives.

I make a point of staying current with the latest developments in DUI law and studying it and furthering my own abilities in this area.  I feel confident that if there is any way to get you out of this trouble, we will find it and we will get you out of this trouble.  If need be, if your case has to go to trial, we have won cases at trial as well and we can do that for you.  Whatever the client needs, we make it our business to provide that.

Interviewer: Can you supply a brief list of your credentials?

Attorney Tafelski: I was selected on the list of Super Lawyers for 2011, 2012 and 2013. I’m a member of the National College of DUI Defense.  I’m a member of the Criminal Defense Attorneys of Michigan, and Open County Bar Association.

Interviewer: What’s the best way for people to get in touch with you?

Attorney Tafelski: The phone number to the office is (248) 451-2200.  The website is  My e-mail is

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