I received a speeding ticket in Lake County on 8/28/19 & was placed on court supervision. Completed traffic school. On 2/8/19, I received a following too close ticket for a minor accident in McHenry County. How will the second ticket affect my court supervision. What are my chances to get... Read more »
If you are still on court supervision at the time you received the second ticket, your supervision could be revoked and a conviction could be entered. The ticket for the traffic accident may be dismissed if the other party doesn’t show up in court or you may be eligible to receive a second order...Read more »
I got pulled over for speeding and the cop told me to pay the ticket online and apply for supervision. I went online, paid my ticket and asked for supervision. The cop had said I didn’t need to show up to court. I just got a letter in the mail saying the supervision was denied. What does this... Read more »
I got court supervision following traffic school and got it “off my record”. Last night, I got another moving violation, this one for not fully stopping at a stop sign. These are my only two tickets ever, no other ones. Will I lose my license or what will happen to me? And what can I do?... Read more »
You won’t lose your license because it takes 3 convictions within 12 months (the second ticket was issued after you turned 21). You may want to contact an attorney that practices in your area to assist in obtaining another order of court supervision. You can technically receive supervision twice...Read more »
I received a ticket for speeding 27 miles over the posted limit in Illinois . I have come to understand that is now considered a Class B Misdemeanor and am freaking out about it. The officer listed it as a minor traffic offense with no court appearance required marked on the ticket; he informed me... Read more »
Was pulled over due to looking confused. They took me into custody for refusing tests. I hung myself at the station is what the report says. I woke up in the er. Odd thing is cop never asked for a copy if my registration ir insurance. I have bad ptsd, and agoraphobia. Medical retired vet.
If your question is regarding the tickets not being handed to you, they were issued in your name and any charges will have to be addressed in court. Speak to an attorney that practices in the county/courthouse where your case is pending.
My son arrived in Lisle, Illinois for school just a few days ago, and will return to Massachusetts in 3 months. He received a citation today for "failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident." He was distracted and hit the car in front of him when traffic began moving. Why is he required... Read more »
Unfortunately, those are the rules. However, it is certainly possible for an attorney to appear on his behalf to address the situation. We often must appear for our clients in DuPage County because they reside out of state or for a variety of other reasons. As Mr. Harvatin indicated, the ticket...Read more »
It would be best for you to speak with your attorney in North Carolina who should be able to explain the delay and options at this point. As the case in pending in North Carolina, you may want to submit this question under NC rather than IL to receive responses from attorneys licensed in that state.
I'm trying to find out the court supervision end date to which I was told to call the court and ask them about the ticket I received. No one is picking up the call from customer service or clerk office. Any number that I can call for skokie traffic court That works? Any other alternate option... Read more »
I recieved a speeding ticket for 22 mph over the limit. I have what I think is a decent driving record. Im 32 and haven't had a speeding ticket since I was 17. I plan on asking for court supervision, but was wondering what the probability of having to do traffic school was.
I already had a warrant and went to jail. Now I have to go to court for contempt. I paid my bond to get out until my court date. I also paid an extra $50 towards my fine directly after I got out of jail. What else can I do to stay out of jail?
The best advice would be to complete any remaining conditions as soon as possible (payment of fines, etc.). Have an explanation, not an excuse, for anything that is left unresolved. Contact your DUI attorney.
Luckily 25 mph over the limit is still a petty offense (non-criminal), while 26+ mph is a misdemeanor. You may be eligible for court supervision to keep this offense off of your record. Depending on your age, it may require completion of traffic school.
I had received a speeding ticket in Sept 21, 2019. When I pulled my driving abstract I see that there is a field SUP-DT (sounds like supervision start date) of Sept 30, 2019. Can someone tell me when my court supervision date ends? I got this ticket in Cook County. Below is my court supervision... Read more »
I recently went to court for improper passing of an emergency vehicle (officer stated “you got over but not far enough”). It is a pretty hefty fine. There were close to 500 people in the court room that day so everything was rushed. When my turn came up the local prosecutor was distracted and... Read more »
It depends on the agency where it was completed. If it is the designated agency for the specific county where your DUI is pending, it should be sent directly to court. For example, if it was Central States Institute in Cook County, they will send a copy directly to the courtroom on your next court...Read more »
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