Michigan Traffic Ticket Attorney

Michael Klockow- Michigan Traffic Court Attorney

Michigan traffic Ticket Attorney Are you concerned about your driving record, points, or insurance? Call for a free phone consultation to discuss your options. We have successfully reduced offenses and have prevented or reduced points for many of our clients. In Michigan it is still possible to keep civil infractions, such as speeding tickets, from appearing on your driving record. There are many factors to consider when fighting a traffic ticket. Hiring an experienced traffic attorney can make the difference. Call today and let us evaluate your case.

A common question we are often asked is "How will a simple traffic violation effect my insurance rates?". Although, this will depend on many factors and your auto insurance company. We recommend calling your auto insurance agent and asking how a ticket will effect your insurance rates. You may even consider comparing car insurance rates online.

If you have questions, please visit out Frequently Asked Questions page to see if your question is answered there. Then, please contact us at your convenience and we will be glad to assist you.

Michael can be reached by phone, and is available for free phone consultations from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and urgent legal advice 24 hours.

The following is a list of some of the more common violations we have handled.

  • Speeding
  • Failure to stop
  • traffic control device
  • accidents:
    • Leaving the scene
    • Fail to report
    • property damage
    • Personal injury
  • Fail to yield
  • Fail to display
  • No insurance or proof
  • No registration
  • Defective equipment
  • Careless driving
  • Reckless driving
  • Drove or operate without due care or caution
  • Improper lane change
  • Drove too fast for conditions
  • Motorcycle or moped violations
  • Disobey stop sign
  • Traffic light
  • Traffic signal
  • Disregard traffic sign
  • Open alcohol in vehicle
  • Fail to yield to emergency vehicle
  • Exceed posted speed
  • Excesive speed
  • FAC
  • FCJ
  • Gave false information
  • Fleeing and eluding
  • False forged or fraudulent documents
  • Improper passing
  • No left turn
  • License or plate violations
  • Improper lights or muffler
  • Obstructed vision
  • Prohibited turn
  • Ran red light
  • No turn on red

  • Traffic:

    • All Civil infractions and Misdemeanor/Felony driving offenses
    • Tickets and Violations issued to Commercial Drivers
    • Restorations for multiple Drunk Driving
    • Points
    • Medical issues
    • DWLS
    • Implied Consent Hearings and Appeals
    • Violations of graduated license

    Drunk Driving:

    • Operating while Intoxicated
    • Operating while Impaired
    • Operating under the Influence of Drugs
    • Controlled Substances
    • OWI
    • OWVI
    • OUIL
    • DWI

    See FAQ page for Traffic Law questions

    In addition to handling general Traffic Violations, Michael also represents Commercial Drivers and companies in the trucking industry for: Traffic tickets, Accidents, and other Commercial Violations.

    Having completed the training necessary to receive a commercial driver's license himself, Michael is skilled in the laws regarding transportation. If you have a question regarding a Criminal, Traffic, or Drunk Driving case, or would like information on getting your Driver's License back, Michael can be reached by phone and is available for free phone consultations from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and urgent legal advice 24 hours.

Attention! Are you concerned about Points, Insurance or your Driving Record?

Contact Micheal Klockow for a FREE consultation!

(248) 390-3564

State of Michigan Citations and Points

A three-point play in basketball is a good thing, but those same three points on your driver license puts you 25% of the way toward having to face a possible driver assessment reexamination test and suspension.

Traffic violations in Michigan are generally scored on a points system. Like demerits at school, the worse the infraction, the more points you pick up.

When you're convicted of a traffic violation, you'll be responsible for paying fines and, in some cases, court fees. Depending on the infraction, you also may have anywhere from one to six points posted to your driving record.

And those points are about as tough to shake as your shadow on a sunny day. The bottom line? If you get 'em, you've got 'em―for two years from the date of your conviction

Six Points
Manslaughter, negligent homicide, or other felony involving use of a motor vehicle
Operating under the influence of liquor or drugs
Failing to stop and give identification at the scene of a crash
Reckless driving
Unlawful bodily alcohol content of 0.08 or more
Refusal to take a chemical test
Fleeing or eluding a police officer
Four Points
Drag racing
Operating while visibly impaired
Under age 21 with any bodily alcohol content
16 mph or more over the legal speed limit
Failure to yield/show due caution for emergency vehicles
Three Points
Careless driving
Disobeying a traffic signal or stop sign or improper passing
11 through 15 mph over the legal speed limit
Failure to stop at railroad crossing
Failure to stop for a school bus or for disobeying a school crossing guard
Two Points
10 mph or less over the legal speed limit
Open alcohol container in vehicle
All other moving violations of traffic laws
Refusal of Preliminary Breath Test (PBT) by anyone under age 21