Adrian, MI asked in Traffic Tickets for Michigan

Q: The citation has my husband's info and he wasnt even with me when I got pulled over. Can I get this dismissed?

I was issued a citation for disobeying a traffic light. I was by myself. However when I got home and looked at the ticket it had all my husbands info on it. Like he issued him the ticket instead of me. Can we get this dismissed and does we both need to appear at court?

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Frank B. Ford
Frank B. Ford
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  • Dearborn Heights, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: The ticket can be dismissed in your husband's name and rewritten in your name. Your husband could go to court for a Hearing without you and ask the officer if he was who the officer stopped. Of course, the officer may not remember and say yes, anyway. If it is rewritten in your name, if handled correctly, depending on the circumstances, you may be able to get a reduced plea to an infraction that won't go onto your driving record. You may want to get the help of an experienced traffic attorney with this situation. Sincerely, Frank B. Ford

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