We can speak with the prosecutor with the goal of getting a reduction to save points and a nasty looking infraction on your record.
Or, where the ticket was written in error, we can hold the formal hearing on the ticket. A formal hearing is like a trial for a traffic ticket. The police officer and any witnesses may testify. You can testify in your own defense if you choose. The prosecution must prove by what’s called a preponderance of the evidence that the civil infraction was committed. The judge makes the final call, there is no jury.
Traffic tickets in Canton are handled in the 35th District Court.
Here is a list of fines and costs for civil infraction tickets in the Court.
The 35th District Court also process traffic tickets received in Plymouth, Plymouth Township, Northville, and Northville Township. Judge Gerou, Judge Lowe, and Judge Plakas preside in the Court.
For more information, read the Court’s Traffic Division web page on how civil infraction tickets are handled at the Court and your options.
Call us at 734-883-9584 to see how we can help. An attorney can go to Court for you. If you’re looking for a reduction, there is no need to take the time off work for Court – we will handle everything for you.
ArborYpsi law is located at 4158 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
Read More: ArborYpsi Law’s Main Page on Traffic Tickets