Tickets and Traffic Violations
If you have recently received a civil infraction or traffic ticket, you need the help of an experienced attorney. In Michigan, a traffic violation is classified as either a civil infraction or a misdemeanor. Sanctions can include fines and fees, license suspension and, in the case of misdemeanor traffic offenses, jail.
In addition, points may be posted to your driving record, which can lead to a significant increase in your automobile insurance. Points remain on your driving record for two years. Moreover, an accumulation of too many points can lead to the Secretary of State requiring you to appear at a driver license re-examination hearing. The attorneys at McGinnis Chiappelli Spresser P.C. have successfully represented motorists in cases involving the following tickets or traffic violations:
- Texting while driving
- Driving with an expired license, an invalid license, a suspended license, or without a license
- Careless driving
- Disobeying a traffic signal/sign
- Impeding traffic
- Improper turning, passing, or lane use
- Failing to signal, yield, or stop
- Parking violations
- Reckless driving
- Seatbelt or child restraint violations
- Failing to signal
- Following too close (tailgating)
- Unsafe start, or sudden acceleration (street racing)
- Unnecessary noise, or squealing tires
- Carrying a concealed weapon in an automobile
- Open intoxicant in an automobile
We also represent clients in numerous other ticket-able offenses such as:
- Drug possession
- Improper transportation of medical marijuana
- Minor in possession of alcohol
- Alcohol related domestic violence
- Disorderly person
Whatever the civil infraction or traffic ticket may be, the defense attorneys at McGinnis Chiappelli Spresser P.C. are fully prepared to protect you. Contact us for further information. The INITIAL CONSULTATION IS FREE. We offer flexible appointment times, along with reasonable fees.
McGinnis Chiappelli Spresser P.C., is based in Troy, Michigan. We represent clients throughout Southeast Michigan, including within Oakland County MI, Macomb County MI, Wayne County MI, Livingston County MI, Lapeer County MI and in the cities of Auburn Hills, Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Canton, Detroit, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Grosse Pointe, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods, Livonia, Madison Heights, Northville, Novi, Oak Park, Plymouth, Pontiac, Redford, Royal Oak, Rochester Hills, Southfield, South Lyon, Troy and West Bloomfield.
Answering legal questions is a complex matter and every case is different. The material contained in this website is for informational purposes only and may not be related to the specific facts of your case. This is not legal advice. You should consult with an attorney for legal advice that pertains to your particular issues.