Serving Jackson and Surrounding Communities for Over 100 Years
Jackson County, Michigan includes heavily traveled trucking routes I-94 and US-127. The Michigan State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division patrols Jackson County and maintains the Grass Lake weigh station on I-94. Over the years, the State Police has increased its enforcement efforts in Jackson County, resulting in a greater number of tickets and court cases for commercial driver's license (CDL) drivers traveling through Michigan.
Curtis, Curtis & Brelinski's law office and experienced CDL traffic and speeding defense attorneys are centrally located in downtown Jackson, just a few blocks from the Jackson County Courthouse. Our semi-truck driver lawyers regularly appear in Jackson County District Court cases, representing the interests of CDL drivers from all over the country and Canada who pass through Jackson and receive a ticket from the police.
We help truck drivers defend cases and limit the effects a driving violation might have on their driving record, and ultimately, on their job. We understand the need to save points and reduce violations to non-moving tickets. Our attorneys have been very successful at working with the prosecutors to put together deals that will benefit you and your employer trucking company.
We make things as simple as possible for you, because we know you are busy and on the road. This includes:
After you receive a ticket in Jackson County, Michigan, call us at (517) 787-9481. Our experienced staff will take down all relevant information about you and your case so we can represent you in court. After a brief explanation of our services, you can retain our attorneys based on a flat rate and pay our fees over the phone by credit or debit card. You can also pay online.
After we have been retained, our CDL attorneys will file the appropriate paperwork with the Jackson County District Court and have the court set the case for a hearing. Our attorneys will appear at the hearing - you will not have to come back to appear.
The court will provide us a notice of your hearing date, and we will let you know as soon as we find out. A few days before the hearing, we will discuss your case and situation by phone so we can come up with a plan and strategy for your case.
We know that time is very important to you, so we appear at the court hearing in your place. At that point, we will argue, negotiate and fight for your driving rights and try to reduce the charges to limit the impact on your CDL license and your employment.
After we obtain a satisfactory result at the hearing, our legal team will report to you via phone, fax or email, and provide all details for you to close out your case. If you have any questions or concerns, you can always reach our attorneys or paralegals to discuss specifics.
For more information, or to set up legal representation to fight your tickets in Jackson County, Michigan, call (517) 787-9481, email email@example.com, or complete our online contact form.
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