Traffic Tickets

What is a
traffic Ticket?

A Traffic Ticket is a civil infraction due to breaking a traffic law. This means that there is no possibility of jail if you are given a traffic ticket by a police officer. Certain criminal offenses that happen on the road are actually criminal charges and not traffic tickets.

Examples of these include OWI/DUI, Driving While License Suspended (DWLS), and Reckless Driving. Please see our Misdemeanor Information Center for more information on which traffic offenses qualify as criminal offenses.

What Types Of Punishment Exist For A Traffic Ticket?​

The two main punishments for a traffic ticket are fines which you pay to the court and points added to your driver’s record. Having too many points on your record can lead to losing your driver’s license or having it restricted to specific times when you are allowed to drive. Your car insurance rates can also go up due to getting points added on your driver’s record from a traffic ticket. Below are some of the most common traffic tickets defended by the attorneys at Just Right Law.


  • Speeding
  • Disregard a Traffic Control Device
  • Careless Driving
  • Having an Open Alcohol Container
  • Improper Passing
  • Failure to Yield for Emergency Vehicles
  • Drag Racing
  • Other Traffic Tickets

How we defend traffic tickets at just right law?

The attorneys at Just Right Law understand that getting a traffic ticket can be both inconvenient and expensive. Did you know that you can have your traffic ticket handled without even making the trip to court? You are legally allowed to have an attorney go on your behalf and work out your case for you. You don’t even have to take the day off work if you hire Just Right Law. We will investigate and obtain any and all police reports, videos, or any other evidence relevant to your case. A proper defense can lead to your ticket being dismissed, a reduction in the points added to your driver’s record, or a win at a formal hearing in front of a judge. We understand that insurance rates in Michigan are already out of control, and we will do everything possible to make sure your rates don’t go up. If you just received a traffic ticket, it is a good idea to speak to an attorney to understand all of your options before you take any steps further.