Farmington Hills Traffic Violation Attorney
Serving Oakland County & Beyond
When a driver fails to follow the state of Michigan's traffic laws, he or she commits a traffic violation. Depending on the type of offense that allegedly occurred, traffic violations in this state can be categorized as civil infractions, misdemeanors, or felonies. People with traffic citations that are civil infractions are ticketed and fined. However, those who are charged with misdemeanor or felony traffic offenses may be at risk of being sent to jail or prison (reserved for more serious traffic offenses).
Whether you are facing a civil infraction or serious felony, you need the help of an experienced Farmington Hills traffic violations attorney. I, Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law, provide aggressive defense for people in Oakland County and Michigan. With the right defense, you could have your charges reduced, dropped, or acquitted. To find out how I can help your situation, call me for a free consultation.
Protect your right to drive with an experienced traffic violations lawyer in Farmington Hills. I am ready to speak with you at no charge: (248) 599-0054.
Traffic Violations & Michigan’s Point System
If you were cited or arrested for a traffic violation, you have fines or possible incarceration to worry about. You should also think about how this offense could hurt your driving record and your driving privileges. If you are found guilty of a traffic offense, a certain number of points will be added to your driving record and will remain there for two years. The number of points depends on the infraction.
Once you reach a certain point level, you could have your driver's license suspended. Or, if you are convicted of a more serious traffic offense such as DUI/OWI, a driver's license suspension may be issued as part of your sentence. Those who receive four points or more within two years will receive a warning to drive carefully. After a driver accumulates 12 points, they will have to retake their driver’s exam to keep their license. Additionally, drivers with 12 points may have to attend a hearing where their driving record is examined and their license is possibly suspended.
Contact a Farmington Hills Traffic Violation Attorney Before It’s Too Late!
Michigan does not allow drivers to attend classes to have points removed from their record. As a result, it’s easier to accumulate points after a few minor traffic tickets. If you are facing traffic violations, you should avoid accumulating points with the help of a lawyer. As a traffic violation attorney serving Oakland County, I’ve helped numerous clients keep their license and fight for their driving privileges.
I am ready to help you using experience accumulated from obtaining results for Oakland County residents since 2002. I am dedicated to clients and devote my complete attention to their needs around the clock. I will approach your case from every angle and develop a defense that protects your right to drive. I know these times are stressful, so I offer affordable pricing and am available 24/7.
For a free consultation with an experienced traffic violations attorney in Oakland County, call me today at (248) 599-0054 for a free consultation of your case.