I need some valuable suggestions to get my revoked license reinstated in the state of Illinois.Currently Currently live in Washington state from the past 3 years.Have no intention to go back to Illinois. However my license was revoked in October 2014 in Illinois.I completed all the... View More
Your question cannot be answered with a simple on-line answer. My strong suggestion is that you contact an attorney in Illinois whose practice is concentrated in the area of administrative Sec of State hearings and can guide you. Once you have been denied, the denial creates additional issues that...View More
Do I have to be present in Lake County traffic court if I have a lawyer who I have hired to try to either reduce the speed on my ticket or give me court supervision? I have heard in some states the lawyer will go instead of you and take care of it with the judge. This was a ticket for going 22 over... View More
Not necessarily if you have a valid reason for not being able to be present. A lawyer would provide you with an Affidavit and would be able to assist you in most circumstances without the need for you to be present.
Do I qualify for possible court supervision on a MUST APPEAR IN COURT TICKET for going 20 over the speed limit in Lake County if I already had traffic school within a year on a regular going over 10 mph ticket from Cook County? I am 25 by the way.
I was caught doing 78 mph on a 55 mph interstate in Lake County, IL (route 120). I have had traffic school already to erase a 18 mph speeding ticket and had another ticket for incorrect lane usage so technically this is my second ticket. Will my license be suspended?
I assume that you are indicating that you had a five year revocation and that you are eligible to be considered for reinstatement in 7/18. Please be aware that if you have 2 or more convictions you will first be required to drive on a restricted driving permit for 5 years with a BAIID device.
A Failure to Pay will result in a stop on your license but not a suspension. However if you are stopped you could be charged with driving without valid driving privileges. Go to the clerk's office and take care of this matter immediately. If you still can't pay you can file a motion and...View More
I hired an attorney for a DUI case, i was making monthly payments and he always showed up for court. I made final payment in December, attorney did not show up for january or feburary court date. on february court date asked judge for public defender judge says he can not assign public defender... View More
Your attorney has an ethical and professional obligation to appear if he has filed an appearance on your behalf. Advise the judge that your attorney has failed to respond to your attempts to reach him and has failed to appear at your last 2 court appearances.
You will only be suspended or revoked if you are convicted and - if you are 21 or older - this is your 3rd moving violation conviction within a 12-month period. If you are under 21 a second moving violation conviction within a 24 month period will cause a loss of privileges.
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