Springfield, MO asked in Traffic Tickets for Illinois

Q: How do I tell the judge I have my license back when I go to court for driving while suspended and no insurance

Today October 31st I got my license back and insurance on my vehicle. November 2nd I have to go to court for driving while suspended and no insurance ticket a few weeks ago. I don't know how to tell the judge that I have my license back now and insurance on my car

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Julian Watkins
Julian Watkins
  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Cairo, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: In my experience as a traffic prosecutor, we would discuss those issues with the defendants on the traffic court date. If you show up in court, you should get the opportunity to speak to the prosecutor and show them the proof of license and insurance.

Once you speak with them, they should give you an offer based on that information and present it to the Judge.

It can never hurt to seek legal advice in the county in which you received the ticket. A lot of firms offer free consultations and should be able to give you more insight.

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