Recently, I was ticketed by a police officer for possessing alcohol. I had 1 beer, but I also had an "alternative nicotine device" on me, so I received 2 tickets. I am 17 years old and have not had my hearing yet. I know I've made a mistake, but I'm not sure how to proceed, as I... Read more »
Your questions show that you need to hire an attorney to assist you with these matters right away. Only your attorney will be able to gather the needed information in order to assist you. The sooner you hire an attorney, the better.
So in August I have gotten a ticket for no insurance. But I had brought proof of insurance to bring to court on September 23rd, they said I have gotten the insurance too late about it. So I have to pay a fine and on court supervision. Today October 19 I had court for a terrible accident on... Read more »
Your fact pattern about do not show any reason for your license to be suspended. Your 9/12/20 accident does not violate your 9/23/20 Court Supervision because it happened before you were placed on Court Supervision. You only violate Court Supervision when you pick up a new case while on Court...Read more »
What? No attorney can be proficient in all areas of law. You need a different attorney for each area of law you need assistances with. Some large firms handle all areas of law, so you might want to consider hiring a firm to assist you as opposed a single attorney.
I(21) am renting the basement from my parents house as a living area. We have a verbal rental agreement for $250 a month, with other basic rules (clean up after yourself, etc). My parents have been known to be very toxic and verbally abusive and since I am renting from them with a verbal rental... Read more »
Not sure what you mean by "what i can do." You can always move out. If your parents wish to evict you, they will have to file it with the Court in the county where you live and deal with it in court in order to remove you. Not sure you or your parents want it to get to this level.
I'm 18 years old and got a ticket for speeding. I was going 15-20 mph above the 40 mph speed limit. My ticket says, "no court appearance is required." However, I've only got two options which are pleaded guilty, and pay the fine and get a conviction. Or plead not guilty and try... Read more »
You need to hire a Criminal Defense Attorney right away to assist you with this matter. You are facing a Class B Misdemeanor which is a criminal offense in Illinois punishable by up to 6 months in jail and up to $1,500.00 in fines not including mandatory assessments. The attorney you hire, will...Read more »
If the under 21 year old receives convictions on both of these tickets, their license will be suspended. If they receive Court Supervision on one, their license will not be suspended. To make sure everything works out, this person should hire an attorney to assist them to increase their odds of...Read more »
This is not a normal speeding ticket. This is a Class A Misdemeanor which is punishable by up to 364 days in jail and up to $2,500.00 in fines not including mandatory assessments. You need to hire an attorney to assist you with this matter. Most attorney will try and have this ticket amended to a...Read more »
Speed limit was 35 on a 4 lane road in naperville, I was going about 59-60 I have a heads up display so I can always see my speed. Officer said I was going 66 mph which wasn’t even true. Gave me a court date. I see online that this is a class B misdemeanor, how can I get out of this ticket??
You and your parents need to hire a criminal defense attorney to assist you with this matter. As you have already mentioned, this is a Class B Misdemeanor which is punishable by up to 6 months in jail and up to a $1,500.00 fine not including mandatory assessments. Most attorney will try to have...Read more »
He would like to ask for court supervision but we are not sure if he should pay the fine and plead guilty before appearing in court or should he pay the fine on the day he appears in court and asks for court supervision?
The night my wife called cops on me - Cops made her leave as she was trying to hurt herself and blame me ... she took my brother's car saying that she will be back next day to pickup her stuff - now lawyers are involved and I have permission to see my 6-month old baby - Lawyer is saying since... Read more »
If you violate your Probation in any way, the State will file a Petition to Revoke Probation. If the PTR is granted, you will be resentenced. You need to contact your attorney right away and tell them about the potential PTR and your violation. The sooner you do this, the better.
This is something you need to discuss with your attorney. Your attorney is the only one with the needed information in order to address your concerns. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you need to do so right away.
I got a ticket for being on my phone and for having an expired license plate in February. I paid both and fixed the license plate. I got another ticket a few weeks ago for not seeing a car on a free right. I just want to know if I'm going to lose my driver's license or not.
She cheated on me I confronted her and she got mad and got my face and we started fighting but while physically fighting her phone was in her pocket and got broke she wants to take me to court and I’m wondering what’s the worst could happen
If she files a police report, you could be looking at a Battery charge, which is a Class A Misdemeanor. If you are charged with an offense, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney right away. DO NOT speak to the police without an attorney by your side.
I missed my first court date but asked to vacate ex-parte conviction and was given court supervision. Before that, I was sent a notice from the secretary of state that I need to turn in my license. Now that I have court supervision, do I still need to turn in my license?
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