Traffic Ticket Defense
It is very important to avoid points and convictions against your license and avoid suspensions or revocations of your license. If you’ve been ticketed, it is in your best interest to obtain a lawyer who concentrates in defending simple or aggravated traffic tickets. They all can affect your driving privileges.
If you are above 21, your license may get suspended if you get three convictions in a year. If you are younger than 21, your license may get suspended for two convictions in 24 months.
It is important if you have committed a traffic offense to avoid conviction and obtain court supervision when available or amend the charges against you to lessen the offense with fewer consequences on your driving privileges.
Aggravated Speeding/Aggravated Speeding Tickets
Class A tickets — Speeding 35mph above the limit
Class B tickets — Driving 26 to 34 mph above the limit
Ticketed or charged criminally
- Too fast for conditions
- Improper lane usage
- Disregard traffic counts
- Reckless driving
- Reckless homicide
- Failure to reduce speed
- Failure to yield right of way
You need a solid attorney to protect your license as well as defending you against any ramifications. If the party files an injury claim, insurance rates goes up from an accident.
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Call us at 630-443-6200 or contact our offices in St. Charles by email to arrange a consultation with an attorney.