Geherin Law Group Discusses the Difference Between Civil and Criminal Traffic Violations
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By: Geherin Law Group, PLLC.
Criminal traffic violations go on both your driving and criminal records, and most cannot be expunged. Criminal traffic misdemeanors also vary in punishment. If you're charged with a misdemeanor, you'll likely pay a fine, lose your driver's license, be put on probation, or in some cases, go to jail. You might be charged with a criminal traffic violation and be unaware because you weren't arrested or taken to jail. Instead, the police officer may have just written you a citation, similar to a speeding ticket.
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Geherin Law Group:
Daniel T. Geherin, attorney and owner of the Geherin Law Group in Ann Arbor, is a criminal defense attorney and driver's license specialist. Dan, a former prosecutor and board-certified criminal trial attorney, is also the founder of MiLicenseLawyer.com and author of the Michigan Drunk Driving and Driver's License Restoration Handbook. Dan has dedicated his career to defending criminal and traffic allegations, and he's recognized as a criminal and license appeals expert in Ann Arbor and throughout Michigan. Visit GLG on the web at GLGMichigan.com and MILicenseLawyer.com. Contact them today for a free initial consultation about how GLG can help you with your personal legal matter.
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