Michigan Drunk Driving Appellate Decisions

Case Court Yearsort descending Case Summary
People v Morse, 325 Mich 270 (1949) Michigan Supreme Court 1949 One of the earliest drunk driving cases in Michigan. Addresses the use of the "Harger Drunkometer."
People v Wigle Michigan Court of Appeals 1957 Back in 1957, if you were guilty of killing someone on private property with your car, the charge would not stand under the negligent homicide provisions of the motor vehicle code.
Zebell v Krall Michigan Court of Appeals 1957
People v Miller Michigan Court of Appeals 1959
People v Marshall Michigan Court of Appeals 1961
People v Reeder Michigan Court of Appeals 1963
People v Church Michigan Court of Appeals 1966
People v Alford Michigan Court of Appeals 1967
People v Kerrigan Michigan Court of Appeals 1967
People v Egner Michigan Court of Appeals 1967