We have helped several clients with misdemeanor and traffic ticket charges. If you received a traffic ticket or speeding ticket in Michigan, and would prefer to try to pay a fine instead of having points on your driving record, please contact us as soon as possible.
Will I have to go to court with you to fight the traffic ticket?
If it is merely a traffic ticket, most courts do not require the client to go to court (although we will check with the court to hear their policy). Instead, in most cases, we will go to court and take care of it on our own. If you have a misdemeanor charge, the court will likely require your presence in court.
Do I need to hire an attorney to fight my traffic ticket?
You do not need to hire an attorney, but your chances of success increase when hiring an attorney. An attorney will cost you more than if you go by yourself; however, if an attorney is successful in reducing or eliminating points, it will likely ultimately save you money in insurance costs in the long run.
What will happen once I contact you?
We will discuss what happened as well as the circumstances in which you received the traffic ticket. We will also discuss whether you have any prior recent traffic violations. If we decide to move forward with representation, we will send in our appearance right away and let you know which date we will be fighting your traffic ticket in court, as well as if your presence is required.
When should I contact you about my Michigan traffic ticket?
Please contact us right away about your traffic ticket. Most district courts give you between 10 and 21 days to respond. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can send in our appearance and get your Michigan traffic ticket case resolved.
You can contact us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, calling us at 248-228-5547 or filling out the contact form below.