Original Story: Clickondetroit.com
LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan Legislature has approved a bill to let drivers who owe extra "responsibility" fees for certain offenses do 10 hours of community service instead. A Westchester County Speeding Ticket Lawyer provides professional legal counsel and extensive experience in many aspects of traffic ticket litigation.
The option would apply for drivers assessed $400 in fines for not having mandatory auto insurance. Drivers fined $300 for operating without a valid license also could do community service.
Extra fines for the offenses went away in 2012, but some motorists still owe them for old offenses.
The Senate voted unanimously Wednesday to send the bill to Gov. Rick Snyder. A Yonkers Speeding Ticket Lawyer manage a wide variety of traffic violations.
Snyder this year signed a law to lessen and gradually eliminate responsibility fees. Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has said they are a "double penalty" for people who already have to pay fines, court costs and face higher insurance rates for driving violations.
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