Putting You Back

in the Driver's Seat

Driving in the Motor City is, quite literally, a way of life. Under Michigan law, the punishment for crimes such as drinking and driving often includes the temporary or permanent restriction, suspension or revocation of your driver’s license and, more importantly, a permanent criminal record. A permanent criminal record and losing your driving privileges can have severe consequences on your personal and professional life, whether it be risk of job loss, denial of rental housing, risk of losing a professional license, or worse.

I understand that everyone makes mistakes, and there is no reason why an isolated incident should negatively affect your personal and professional life. ZAYID LAW can help you clear your record, reinstate your driver’s license and get you back on track. As soon as you hire me, I will step in and defend you through every step of the intimidating criminal prosecution process to ensure you are put back in the driver’s seat of the car, and, more importantly, your life.

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When the stakes are this high, there is no time to lose. I am available right now and all 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Call or send a text to 248-295-9499. You will be speaking to me and only me. I won't pass you off to a voicemail, secretary, or virtual assistant.

Let's make sure your defense is always one step ahead of the prosecution.

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Your Future is

My Focus

I am a Michigan criminal defense attorney and founder of ZAYID LAW. As your attorney, I will fight the charges brought against you from day one and will not rest until your case is dismissed or you are satisfied with the result. I am available any time you need me – by phone, text message, email, Zoom, or in person. I am always there for you, and on behalf of you, because your freedom is my focus.

What You Need to Know About

Your Rights

  • You have the right to remain silent. If you wish to exercise that right, say so out loud
  • You have the right to refuse to a search of yourself, your car, or your home.
  • If you are not under arrest, you have a right to leave.
  • If you are arrested, you have the right to a lawyer. Ask for one immediately.
  • Remain calm and cooperative.
  • Do NOT argue, run, or resist the police.
  • Do NOT speak to the police. Say, “I would like to remain silent.”
  • You do NOT have to agree to a search. Say, “I do not consent to a search.”
  • Ask, “Am I being detained?”
    • If not – you are free to leave.
    • If yes – ask if you are being arrested– ask for a lawyer immediately.
  • Do NOT provide any statement until you speak to your lawyer

No. You have a constitutional right to remain silent. You cannot be punished for refusing to answer a question. Consult with your attorney before agreeing to answer any questions.

Yes. You have a constitutional right to consult with a lawyer before answering questions.

Police questioning should cease as soon as you request an attorney. If they continue to ask questions, you still have the right to remain silent. If you do have a lawyer, keep his or her business card with you.

Depends. Your home can only be searched by police if you consent or unless they have a search warrant.

Note: A roommate or guest can legally consent to a search of your house if the police believe that person has the authority to give consent. Police also need a warrant to search an office, but your employer can consent to a search of your workspace without your permission.

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