Jackson, MI asked in Traffic Tickets and Civil Litigation for Michigan

Q: I need to take care of a 14 year old traffic for driving on suspended license what's my options

1 Lawyer Answer
Frank B. Ford
Frank B. Ford
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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Dearborn Heights, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: Contact the court to see if there is a warrant for your arrest. If so, find out what the amount of the bond is. You would normally then have to go to the police department, but sometimes directly to the court, to turn yourself in on the warrant and post the bond, and get the charge set for a Pre-trial. Make sure that all the issues that are or were keeping you from having a valid license are taken care of, if possible. It is a very good idea to have an attorney helping you with this type of situation. For one thing, what happens on that case may affect your driving privileges now, all these years later. An attorney who handles a lot of traffic cases and driver's license issues will be able to look at your driving record and make good predictions as to your options and the consequences to your license as a result of the various options, and might be able to get the charges dismissed or modified so as not to affect your driving privileges. Sincerely, Frank B. Ford

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