Michigan Traffic Lawyer | Royal Oak Traffic Ticket Attorney
MICHIGAN TRAFFIC OFFENSE LAWYER
While you can generally not afford to be without a driver’s license, it is not uncommon to have your driver’s license suspended or revoked due to a bad driving record, past criminal conviction or failure to pay previous court costs or driver’s responsibility fees. In these situations, the Friedman Law Firm can be invaluable as we know how to help restore your license, obtain a restricted driver’s license, and lessen the penalties and consequences due to poor driving. This type of legal assistance often pays for itself – we work to eliminate the inevitable increase in your insurance and the high cost of court fees.
Friedman Law Firm offers expertise in these areas of Michigan traffic law:
A driver’s license may be revoked when it is determined that the driver does not possess the physical, mental or other qualifications required to safely operate a motor vehicle. However, even if the driver’s license has been suspended or revoked due an accumulation of driver’s license points or criminal charges such as multiple drunk driving convictions, there is still hope. Learn how we can help.
If your license has been suspended, that means that a time period has been defined with “from” and “through” dates, during which driving is not allowed at all. The duration of the suspension depends on the specifics of the offense. Application to the Department of Motor Vehicles for reinstatement is not allowed for a minimum of one year following the “through” date. Learn how we can help.
Michigan traffic offenses may be classified as moving or non-moving violations. They vary in type and the severity of the related penalty. Fines will vary by district. Learn how we can help.
If your license has been suspended, you’re seeking to have your license restored, or you are facing a moving or non-moving Michigan traffic violation, we can help. Please call us at 248-932-0900 – or use our contact form – for a free consultation. We look forward to assisting you on your case.