traffic infraction can be as minor as speeding or as serious as reckless endangerment. If you’re looking to obtain the best representation to contest any Michigan moving violation, you’ve come to the right place.

Traffic Tickets affect insurance rates and your driving record. Lasting and harsh penalties, are involved. Special programs and breaks for “non-abstract” to get good record and are often available, but not publicly known. We get great breaks for our clients. Call us now for a free consultation.

Misdemeanor traffic offenses are generally non-expunge-able and stay on your record for the rest of your life.

Don’t Wait to Take Action

If you were recently cited a traffic violation such as speeding, it’s important that you take legal action as soon as possible. While one traffic citation may not seem like a big deal, the expenses associated with routine traffic tickets have increased dramatically in the last 20 years. Not only do insurance premiums increase, but it opens a gateway for not being given any future breaks on future traffic stops. The law enforcement agencies do not feel guilty about further blemishing a driver’s record. Further, although the “points” may drop off, the ticket does not. Ten years from now, a traffic violation that a driver was convicted of, is still out there for police entities to see and invites more tickets to be written in the unfortunate event of a future traffic stop. Lastly, 3 tickets in three years, alerts the Secretary of State to pull a driver’s record for review for license suspension. For CDL (Commercial Driving License) holders, one ticket can cost them their job. Two tickets in two years, causes immediate ineligibility for renewal of privileges to drive a Commercial Motor Vehicle. We recommend defending all moving violations, even zero pointers.

For that reason, you need an experienced attorney to assist you with any new or old traffic ticket matter.

Call us at 844.842.7758 to discuss your matter with an experienced attorney.


What is Reckless Driving in Michigan?

Michigan Law (MCL 257.626) is defined as operating a motor vehicle on a public roadway, including parking lots, with a wanton or willful disregard for the safety of persons or property. It is a very serious charge with penalties almost as harsh as Drunk Driving. Great care should be taken up front to defend this allegation. Reckless Driving is a criminal misdemeanor. If convicted, like a tattoo, it stays with you for life.

Good news is, being represented by a  knowledgeable, respected,  aggressive attorney with expertise,  reckless driving is almost always a winnable charge. The prosecution bears the burden  of proof,  beyond a reasonable doubt, that willful, wanton, disregard for life, or for  property, existed.

Penalties for Reckless Driving

  • Up to 93 days in jail
  • Up to $500 in fines plus costs
  • Six points on your driving record
  • Driver’s License is suspended for 90 days
  • $1000 in driver responsibility fees
  • Vehicle forfeiture or immobilization
  • CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) holders – automatic one year suspension.

The livelihood of most individuals depends on having a driver’s license, so it is of the utmost importance to vehemently defend this allegation. You will find our rates beat most of the competition.

We know the law and have successfully defended hundreds  reckless driving charges in the past.

Call us right now to discuss this matter at 844.842.7758.

I handle all traffic matters in courts throughout the State of Michigan including 37th District Court (Warren), 38th District Court (Eastpointe), 39th District Court (Fraser/Roseville), 40th District Court (St. Clair Shores), 41A District Court (Shelby Township/Sterling Heights), 41B District Court (Clinton Township), 42nd District Court (New Baltimore/Romeo) as well as 43rd  District Court (Hazel Park/Madison Heights), 44th District Court (Royal Oak), 45th District Court (Oak Park), 46th District Court (Southfield), 47th District Court (Farmington Hills), 48th District Court (Bloomfield Hills), 50th District Court (Pontiac), 51st District Court (Waterford), 52-1 District Court (Novi), 52-2 District Court (Clarkston), 52-3 District Court (Rochester Hills), and 52-4 District Court (Troy).

57th District Court (Allegan), 56B District Court (Hastings), 4th District Court (Cassopolis), 90th District Court (Petoskey), 98A District Court (Bessemer), 65B District Court (Ithaca), 2B District Court (Hillsdale), 55th District Court (Mason), 54A District Court Lansing), 64A District Court (Ionia), 95B District Court – Iron County (Crystal Falls), 76th District Court (Pleasant), 12th District Court (Jackson), 8th District Court (Kalamazoo), 62A District Court (Wyoming), 63rd District Court (Grand Rapids), 40th District Court – St. Clair Shores (St. Clair Shores), 38th District Court – East Pointe (Eastpointe), 41B District Court Clinton Township, 41A District Court (Shelby Charter TWP), 96th District Court (Marquette), 79th District Court (Ludington), 1st District Court (Monroe), 88th District Court (Atlanta), 60th District Court (Muskegon), 44th District Court (Royal Oak & Berkley), 50th District Court (Pontiac), 52nd District Court – Division 1 (Novi), 52nd District Court – Division 2 (Clarkston), 52nd District Court – Division 3 (Rochester Hills), 52nd District Court (Troy), 46th District Court (Southfield), 43rd District Court (Hazel Park), 51st District Court (Waterford), 47th District Court (Farmington Hills), 48th District Court (Bloomfield Hills), 78th District Court (Hart), 73A District Court (Sandusky), 7th District Court (South Haven), 14A District Court (Ypsilanti), 14B District Court (Ypsilanti), 15th District Court (Ann Arbor), 34th District Court (Romulus), 21st District Court (Garden City), 22nd District Court (Inkster), 23rd District Court (Taylor), 28th District Court (Southgate), 29th District Court (Wayne), 30th District Court (Highland Park), 31st District Court (Hamtramck), Farms Municipal Court (Grosse Pte), Woods Municipal Court (Grosse Pte), 16th District Court (Livonia), 17th District Court (Redford), 24th District Court – Allen Park & Melvindale33rd District Court (Woodhaven), Grosse Pointe City Municipal Court18th District Court (Westland).