Since you are 6 days away from the 90 day mark - wait out the clock and allow the current court supervision to sunset satisfactorily (ie; pay off fines, complete traffic school, etc. ) on day 90 before you answer to this current speeding ticket.
One on 6/14/19 for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. With the graduated license program he is likely to lose his license if plead guilty. What is the best way to handle this to see if can keep his license?
A guilty plea exposes your son to more civil liability than just possibly losing his license. The best way to avoid a conviction is to show up to Court with your son and bring a seasoned Traffic Attorney with you.
In Illinois, Court Supervision do not count as convictions. However, be mindful the government may ask the Court to revoke Court Supervision and enter a conviction against you if you pick up another ticket while driving on Court Supervision.
I recieced two of the same types of tickets and just pleaded guilty and paid the court costs, I travel for work now and didnt realize the ticket from 2017 would effect my job. One county changed the mileage without a second question from back in 2016, the second county said it wasnt possible to... Read more »
I did not receive any tickets within the 3 month time period, and I also have the letter from the school stating I completed the driving school. Do I need to have a guardian present, or can I go alone and show them the sheet and be done with the case?
I’m only 18 and I got a ticket for disobeying a stop sign dec 28 2018. I got another way a couple days ago For the same reason. I paid the first one off. Than I got a ticket for speeding 26 Mph -34 mph. The officer did not arrest me but made me sign some papers . I think it’s a individual bond.... Read more »
The $1500 is the I-bond amount on the ticket. You do not have to pay it so long as you show up to every Court date. Speeding 26-34 mph above the speed limit is a criminal offense in Illinois. You will need an attorney.
My IL registration is current and valid for another 6 months, I just did not have the sticker on my plate and received a ticket in Chicago for 'expired plate or temporary registration'. If I can submit documentation online to prove my car is registered, is that enough? Or do I still have to pay... Read more »
The method of release on my tickets is mentioned as paying 2000 and 120 dollars respectively. My court appearance is scheduled for this coming Monday . I'm a student and couldn't pay those fines. How can i proceed further in the court without taking any attorney.
The method of release you are referring to is the bond amount you will have to pay if you fail to show up to Court. They are not the fines and fees. Just make certain you do show up to Court on Monday. Good Luck!
I don't have any proof of insurance when pulled over.I got a court date on my ticket. Will the circuit court accepts my insurance paper work with the same start date as my ticket date and dismiss my ticket.
I got a ticket for failure to yield because i had accident. I was turning left on a one way street the correct way. When i had court i asked for a new date because i was sick. I got a paper in the mail saying i was found guilty of turning the wrong way on a one way street which is inacurate. The... Read more »
It appears you missed Court. The judge entered a judgment against you not being present in Court. There may have been clerical error by way of information on the ticket or how it was entered into the Court Clerks system. You went back to Court to try to clear the ticket. However, It is not clear...Read more »
Got pulled over first time driving after returning home from military basic training and realized I forgot to renew my insurance upon my arrival home. I then ended up missing my court date but called the courthouse the following Monday. I paid to have my license reinstated so it wasn't suspended... Read more »
I live in Illinois and due to my car needing major repairs I am unable to pass an emissions test which means I cannot get a new sticker. I was pulled over yesterday January 4th and the officer was nice about it but explained because I've gotten warnings he had to write me a ticket but all the other... Read more »
If you show up to Court and the Court finds you guilty - the Court will give you a certain amount of time to pay your fines and fees. If you can not pay off what you owe - just come back on your return and ask the Court for more time to pay.
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