I got pulled over for going 44 in a school zone, before this I’ve only gotten pulled over with a warning for a broken tail light. I’m 18 by the way. The citation given has a court date on it but no fine. What should I expect on that date, as far as possible consequences. What are the typical... Read more »
You will pay money for fines and costs. This is not an automatic suspension item but you cannot receive supervision unless the stat would agree to amend the charge to simple speeding. If you are convicted the Sec of State will mail you are warning letter than you must go conviction free for the...Read more »
I was in Illinois and I’m 19 and have no records of a speeding ticket before. I got one for going over 20 mph but not exceeding 25 mph. I was so nervous and didn’t want to forget paying my ticket so as soon as I got home I immediately paid it. But as I was reading I realized I didn’t click on... Read more »
Your GDL restrictions will be extended. Go to court and ask for supervision. In order to do that you have to have a parent or guardian present and you will have to take a safe driving course. If the other driver does not show up in court asked that the ticket be dismissed. You might want to have...Read more »
Appearance required. The ticket was issued due to an accident. No one was injured or taken to hospital the cop gave me the yellow forms for Driving School to keep the ticket off my record. Now the Circuit Clerks office is staring the cop incorrectly filled out my ticket and I’m required to appear... Read more »
The cop was mistaken. The clerk is correct. This will probably benefit you because when you show up in court and the other side does not show up, and they rarely do, the case will be dismissed with no fine no traffic school
got a ticket for speeding last year and had court supervision and traffic school in Illinois. If I just got a ticket recently for not fully stopping at a stop sign, will the judge let me do court supervision again? Or will it go on my record for my insurance to see
I received a DUI the state of Missouri, Summer of 2016. It resulted in my license being suspended and having to complete a SATOP program. I’m now a Illinois resident and am looking to getting my license here.
When you apply, Illinois will check the national registry. Most likely you will be listed as “not eligible“ in Missouri due to not completing the required courses. If that happens, Illinois will not license you.
She was going 42 in a 35 speed limit area. Can I (her mother) go to court for her and ask for the ticket to be thrown out since it is her first offense or can she only get court supervision? But either way does she have to go to court and pay the ticket?
They said as long as I did not get arrested again i wouldn't have to. I did not but I got only 1 ticket for a red light from a camera and the letter from the court house says as long as I had no citations.... so do I have to show up in april??
Those are like expensive parking tickets. Not a moving violation and I doubt the prosecutor in your supervision case will even be aware of it and or care. If they do, they have to file papers and notify you.
I’m only 18 and I got a ticket for disobeying a stop sign dec 28 2018. I got another way a couple days ago For the same reason. I paid the first one off. Than I got a ticket for speeding 26 Mph -34 mph. The officer did not arrest me but made me sign some papers . I think it’s a individual bond.... Read more »
You will need a hearing with the Secretary of State after obtaining the necessary documentation, including a drug/alcohol evaluation and any recommendations for follow up. This is an oversimplification of a complicated process.
The method of release on my tickets is mentioned as paying 2000 and 120 dollars respectively. My court appearance is scheduled for this coming Monday . I'm a student and couldn't pay those fines. How can i proceed further in the court without taking any attorney.
I don't have any proof of insurance when pulled over.I got a court date on my ticket. Will the circuit court accepts my insurance paper work with the same start date as my ticket date and dismiss my ticket.
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