The pull over was in Peoria, I knew they had been suspended before but they were still suspended due to financial reasons out of my control and since I’m in college and was not working at the time so I had to depend on my parents to pay things for me.
Go to court with your cleared license and make sure it is valid on the day you appear in court. See what the prosecutor is offering. Sometimes they will dismiss this type of charge and sometimes they will not. You really should hire a local attorney to assist you with this matter because that...Read more »
Prosecutor? Mine happened on private property and my attorney is reluctant to file the petition to rescind SSS because he says the don't all get sent. I dont agree nor believe that. I'm going to fire him and I just hired him.
What? It does not matter if your attorney files a Petition to Rescind. It is up to the officer to send the paperwork into the Sec. Of State Office. Your attorney really needs to file a Petition to Rescind right away. If he will not, you should hire someone that will and right away.
Since you are currently serving a sentence, Conditional Discharge, and part of that sentence if for you to not violate any laws, driving on revoked license will be considered a violation of your Conditional Discharge. Since you violated your sentence be picking on a driving on revoked, the...Read more »
A cop stop me because he said my temporary permit is coming loose of its tape in the rear window what he wrote me up under subsection B of that statute which covers restricted plates which are two different things clearly two different things
You or your attorney need to file a Motion to Vacate whatever happened in Court on the 7th and give proper notice to the prosecutor. On the hearing date, you need to appear in court and hopefully the Judge will grant your Motion to Vacate. This all works better with an attorney assisting you. The...Read more »
Once a defendant fails to appear in court, on that day the Judge will issue a warrant and continue the matter for at least 30 days for judgment on the forfeited bond previously posted. On the Judgment date, if the defendant fails to still appear in court, the bond will be forfeited and the judgment...Read more »
You are allowed two Court Supervision every 12 months. Typically, Court Supervision will not violate another Court Supervision. In this case, it is not likely that they will will revoke your current Court Supervision due to the time frame. You should appear in court on the new ticket and request...Read more »
It means just what it says. The prosecutor filed a motion to increase or modify your bond, so you should be prepared to address it when you are in court. You should notify your attorney right away. If you have not hired an attorney yet, you should do so right away.
I got a DUI a couple months back, and the judge gave me a plea deal which would make my charge a misdemeanor. Whenever I got the DUI, I didn’t have my license at the time. I did not know that I had to have a clean drug test to the court before a month in advanced, and there was still marijuana in... Read more »
What? Your scenario does not make any sense. You need to discuss all of this with your attorney, which I am assuming you have since you had some sort of plea deal. If you do not have an attorney, you need to hire one right away.
This is something to discuss with your attorney. Also, she will want to hire an attorney as well because your attorney will not be able to advise her. The sooner both of your have attorneys, the better.
I moved to Illinois a few months ago and was pulled over for failure to use turn signal. My insurance had just expired and had not yet been renewed as I was looking for cheaper insurance. What is 1st offense penalty of driving with no insurance?
First, you must bring proof of insurance with you to court, even if it is after you received the ticket. Second, if this is truly your first offense, you will be eligible for Court Supervision and a fine. Finally, if this is not your first no insurance ticket, you are looking at a license...Read more »
I am under 21 and am trying to avoid getting my license suspended as I work and go to school. I have done & completed supervision for the 10/18 ticket. I’m not sure if supervision is over for the 2/19 ticket. What can I do to avoid suspension?
What Can I do about her citations for disorderly conduct and unlawful consumption of Alcohol. By the time I got to the Police Station she had admitted to drinking Her and the officer Had cussed each other out And I was so mad about her drinking and her being disrespectfuI didn’t realize What was... Read more »
If she has been charged with an Ordinance Violations, your best and only option is to hire an attorney to assist her because there are no Public Defenders for such charges. If she has been charged with a misdemeanor offense, you could either hire an attorney or wait to have the Public Defender...Read more »
My daughter is 19 yrs old She got first speeding ticket 09/2018 & paid fine. Second speeding ticket 7/31/2019. Officer told her she was going 10 over but put down 15 over. Also told her that if she does not want conviction, go to court. ??
First, you should never just pay a moving violation ticket because it will likely result in the increase in your insurance premiums and could lead to a suspension of your license. Second, since she just paid the first ticket, which likely resulted in a conviction and a letter from the IL Sec. of...Read more »
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