Experience Michigan Traffic Lawyers
In Michigan, the consequences of a drunk driving conviction are serious. Offenders may face incarceration, high fines, and inpoundment of their vehicle by the state, as well as license revocation or suspension. They also face the stigma of being labeled a drunk driver, which may include special license plates and a negative impact on their career and family life.
Which so much at stake, it is important to work with a highly qualified attorney. At the Saginaw, Michigan law offices of Lefevre & Lefevre P.L.L.C., we have what it takes to succeed in OWI cases. Our attorneys are dedicated to maintaining the highest level of legal skill. We combine our legal knowledge, experience and advocacy skills to help you achieve the best possible results.
We represent people who have been accused of drunk driving and a broad range of related crimes:
- Driving under the influence of drugs
- License suspension
- Driving under suspension
- Vehicular manslaughter
Approximately 35,000,000 people across the country will receive traffic tickets this year, mostly for speeding. As many as 95% of these tickets are not contested. Traffic tickets are big business for local governments throughout the United States. Major cities generate millions of dollars a year from traffic ticket fines. Smaller rural towns can generate most of their operating budgets from the money they earn through traffic tickets.
Most people take the path of least resistance and just pay their fines, thinking it is not worth the trouble to fight their tickets. Before you just pay up, consider that your traffic ticket could cost you a lot more that just the fine you pay. Traffic convictions and guilty pleas can result in increases in your insurance premiums of up to 50% or more for three to five years. The points charged against your driver’s licence can lead to your license being suspended. Convictions or guilty pleas on Michigan traffic tickets are reported back to your home state if your state is a member of the Driver’s License Compact (which includes 45 states and the District of Columbia). In addition, may employers look unfavorably on employees or job candidates with poor driving records, especially if your license is suspended and you can’t get to work. If you hold a commercial driver’s license. your traffic ticket could cost you your entire livelihood.