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Daniel T. Geherin, Licensing Lawyer in Ann Arbor Advises Clients on Moving Violations

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Daniel T. Geherin, licensing lawyer in Ann Arbor, advises clients on their rights when it comes to moving violations that caused injury or death.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - eTradeWire -- In 2010, Michigan abolished its felony statutes on Negligent Homicide and Felonious Driving, both of which covered accidents in which a driver could be punished for his negligence if it resulted in a serious injury or death. In their place, Michigan enacted a misdemeanor charge called "Moving Violation Causing Serious Bodily Injury or Death" pursuant to MCL 257.601d. In a nutshell, these statutes require proof that the driver committed any Michigan moving violation (https://www.milicenselawyer.com/learn/more/movi...) (i.e., speeding; failing to yield; red light or stop sign) resulting in the accident which caused serious bodily injury or death.

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Despite its misdemeanor designation, this charge is extraordinarily serious and has significant impact both in the courtroom and for the driver's license. Judges often impose jail sentences, up to one year, for these convictions, even if the driver has no prior criminal or traffic history.

Geherin Law Group, PLLC. handles criminal and traffic defense; driver's license appeals and restoration; and represents platintiffs who are seriously injured or killed by the negligent actions of others. They're uniquely qualified to provide expert assistance for anyone affected by a serious traffic accident, including drivers who face criminal inquiries.

For all license appeal cases in Michigan, please contact Daniel T. Geherin and his team at MiLicenseAttorney.com.  They're available 24/7. They know the process inside and out and will fight zealously to restore your license.  (734) 263-2780

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