Michigan CDL / CMV Tickets & Infractions – Attorneys
Our experienced Michigan CDL lawyers understand that Your CDL is how you earn your living and support yourself and your family. We are here to help you protect your rights and understand your situation.
We represent OTR truck drivers from across the United States and Canada in CDL / CMV violations. In many cases, we can handle your ticket for you without the need for you to even return to Michigan or appear in court.
If a truck driver is convicted of certain traffic violations while operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV), they may be subject to stiffer penalties than drivers with a regular operating license.
Some CDL/CMV traffic infractions can result in the suspension or revocation of a CDL. An operator’s/chauffeur’s license may also be affected by the infraction, depending upon the severity of the violation. And, keep in mind, that any traffic violation in a non-commercial motor vehicle resulting in a suspension or revocation of a person’s operator/chauffeur license will also result in a suspension or revocation of their CDL.
The best way to understand your unique situation is to discuss your ticket with one of our experienced CDL / CMV ticket attorneys. We are here to help.
Our attorneys represent numerous trucking companies located in Michigan, the US and Canada. We pride ourselves on always being available to answer questions. Each client has access to our lawyers cell phone numbers because we understand emergencies arise and Court’s allow only a short period of time to schedule a Court hearing. Canadian trucking companies as far as Toronto, Brampton and Mississauga consistently hire our law firm to fight their tickets.
Call Our Truck Driving Attorneys for a FREE Consultation: 800-717-4757
Fight Your Truck Driving Ticket Without Returning to Michigan!
Not in Michigan? No problem. We understand that you are busy on the road, so we make things as simple as possible for you – for traffic tickets that are civil infractions, handling your case without the need for you to return to Michigan or to appear in Court. After our attorneys appear in court on your behalf, the Court will give you a reasonable period of time to pay any Court fines.