Michigan’s driver responsibility fees are an egregiously expensive form of “administrative” punishment for those who have committed driving-related offenses that are separate from criminal penalties or fines assessed as part of a criminal sentence for an offense and separate from crime victim compensation or REPARATIONS. These fees, which are assessed after a Michigan driver receives 7 points or more against his or her license, if not paid within 30 days of assessment, can result in the loss of driving privileges. The amounts vary from offense to offense and can increase greatly if the amount owed becomes seriously delinquent.
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