Theodore J. Harvatin's answer I think you are more likely to receive late compliance supervision on the no insurance ticket. That's better than a conviction which would result in a license suspension. However there will be a fine and a requirement to carry SR 22. See if you can get supervision on any tickets they won't drop but remember, you can only get supervision twice in a year. You have a fair number of moving parts. Might be worth paying a lawyer.
Theodore J. Harvatin's answer The ticket is valid. It can be served in person by mail or left on the windshield. You should bring proof to court that you have a valid registration and paid a ticket once. These are not legal defenses but may result in a better outcome
A conviction carries a penalty of up to 364 days in jail and or a fine of up to $2500. Your driver’s license would be revoked and you would have to wait a year to petition the Secretary of State to return it to you, which is not automatic.
Your license is subject to a suspension for 6-12 months independent of what happens to the criminal charges. There are ways to...
Theodore J. Harvatin's answer Probably need to hire a lawyer and try for supervision on at least one and maybe a speed reduction. Jail is unlikely but if you are convicted of both your license will be suspended probably for a year.
Theodore J. Harvatin's answer You must have a hearing with the Secretary of State. You have to demonstrate that if you are given the right to drive you can do so without getting behind the wheel intoxicated. I do not understand how you were convicted of DUI in Sangamon County with ..095 BAC on a first offense.
Anyway you should seek a lawyer for a better outcome on the hearing. There are hundreds of pages of rules that outline the requirements. If you see an informal hearing officer he or she will make it sound...
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