It sounds as though the judge is giving you an opportunity to address these issues prior to resolving your case. You should go the the Secretary of State to obtain your license or determine what steps need to be taken before you can obtain a license. Depending on the reason you have been unable to...Read more »
I was speeding on the highway and issued a warning for something else and a citation for speeding. There's no court date on my ticket and when I look my ticket up on the cook county clerks website my tickets doesn't seem to exist. Should I call the clerks office or just let it go?
It is certainly possible to avoid a license suspension. However, a broken speedometer is not a legal defense. It would be best to contact an attorney that practices in the courthouse/county where these tickets were issued to discuss the specifics and your options.
I had already been to court like two times and she told me to get a lawyer I work at the Waffle House I don't make a lot of money so I was trying to figure out how to do that and come up with money to pay my fines and unfortunately I missed my court date because I was thinking it was on the... Read more »
It depends on the specific local ordinance/statute you were charged under. Regardless, it may be in your best interest to request a court date/hearing and provide proof that the registration was renewed prior to this incident. Also, provide proof that it is now properly displayed.
I got a DUI a few years back, and had to complete court supervision. Due to the supervision, my FOID card got revoked. Now that supervision is over, I can appeal my revocation. I need documentation proving that I completed supervision and that I’m no longer prohibited from owning firearms. What... Read more »
You can go to the Clerk's Office located at the courthouse where your case was handled and ask to purchase a certified disposition. This is a certified document that will confirm the successful termination of your court supervision.
It is difficult to answer your question without more information. If it is a more serious speeding ticket - such as aggravated speeding (26 or more over the limit) - or if you have prior traffic violations, it would be best to consult with an attorney.
When you are under the age of 21, it takes two convictions within 2 years to cause a license suspension. You must avoid a conviction on at least one of these tickets, but ideally both, to keep your license. You (and your parents) should speak directly to an attorney in the area where these tickets...Read more »
I paid for the new registration prior to my scheduled court date. However I was extremely busy with work and totally forgot about the court date! The court date was two days ago, what is the best thing for me to do right now?
Hi, I received a ticket for crossing the center line early in july. in early august, I was in a very minor accident and got a improper merge ticket....am I able to get court supervision for the 2nd one? I have missed my court date for the 2nd ticket as I read the date wrong on the ticket.... Read more »
Technically, you can receive court supervision up to 2 times within a 12 month period, but that is ultimately up to the Judge. If a conviction was already entered on the second ticket due to the missed court date a motion would need to be filed to bring the case back into court. An attorney can...Read more »
I didn't get arrested, I was able to drive away from it. I was issued a citation to appear in court in a month. My only other ticket on record is a speeding ticket (10mph over) from 5 years ago. Can I renew my license before my court date? And is there any chance I could get court supervision?
Around nighttime still evening, I was At a stoplight and the light turned green. As I noticed I stepped on the gas and went up to 40 and a cop siren was flashed. Me nervous and scared, the cop asked me for ID and drivers license. He asked me was i in a hurry, I said no. He said you know you went up... Read more »
Speeding 26-34 over the limit is a Class B misdemeanor. Because it’s a criminal charge, a court appearance is required. It would be recommended that you appear in court with a lawyer to ensure the best possible result. Contact an attorney that practices in the county / courthouse where your case...Read more »
My daughter is turning 18 in less than a month. She received one moving violation, and has taken the online drivers improvement course. She just now received another ticket for getting up to speed right before the speed limit sign. How can we keep her from getting suspended?
Technically, she is eligible to receive court supervision twice within a 12 month period, but it is at the judge’s discretion. An attorney may be able to help negotiate an agreement to prevent a conviction from being entered on the new ticket.
I just want to know if my license will be suspended. I have a good driving record that's why I got put on court supervision for a no insurance ticket. I was running late for a college night class and was doing 10 over and the cop said I was doing 15 over. Should I be worried I'll lose my... Read more »
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