Speeding 26-34 mph over the posted limit is a Class B misdemeanor - a criminal offense. Technically, it can be punished by a maximum of 6 months in jail and a $1,500.00 fine. However, as your first ticket the maximum penalties are very unlikely. The goal would be to reduce to the offense and avoid...Read more »
The pull over was in Peoria, I knew they had been suspended before but they were still suspended due to financial reasons out of my control and since I’m in college and was not working at the time so I had to depend on my parents to pay things for me.
If your license was suspended at the time of the traffic stop, you are technically guilty. However, the prosecutor (and judge) may be more lenient based on the fact that your license has been reinstated. In some counties, they may even be willing to dismiss the case. You or your attorney should be...Read more »
Prosecutor? Mine happened on private property and my attorney is reluctant to file the petition to rescind SSS because he says the don't all get sent. I dont agree nor believe that. I'm going to fire him and I just hired him.
Since you are currently serving a sentence, Conditional Discharge, and part of that sentence if for you to not violate any laws, driving on revoked license will be considered a violation of your Conditional Discharge. Since you violated your sentence be picking on a driving on revoked, the...Read more »
As an Indiana attorney, I'm not familiar with Illinois rules governing process servers, so I can't tell you if there are any specific provisions of those rules that might affect the answer to your question. But I can answer your question as a general matter.
My daughter was born in 2010. I was there for the birth but left the hospital to go buy some stuff for the baby.When I came back the ex girlfriend had filled out all the paperwork for the birth certificate.Years later I came to find out she didnt add me on the birth certificate and misspelled my... Read more »
A cop stop me because he said my temporary permit is coming loose of its tape in the rear window what he wrote me up under subsection B of that statute which covers restricted plates which are two different things clearly two different things
I filed a petition with the court to relocate but I haven't gotten a date for a hearing. I feel as though I'm being held hostage by the state of Illinois. If he's not complying to the parenting plan (he doesn't see them, call them or pay child support) why do my boys and I have to remain where we... Read more »
So after he said no, I filed a petition with the court. I haven't gotten any response from the court at all. School has started and it will be better all the way around if we moved. What can I do, if anything, to speed up the judge to get a court date? What will happen if I just moved without... Read more »
I'm responsible for enrolling our children in school and paying the fees. My ex is sending me repeated messages that I did not involve them in the process(?). The children picked out their classes prior to the end of the school year and I sent that info to my ex months ago. One child was... Read more »
My child’s mother and I got into an argument after having a few drinks. The situation escalated quickly and I didn’t want my son exposed to it unnecessarily. At first my son’s mother agreed to let me take our son with me to my parent’s home. I called my sister for a ride. When I began to... Read more »
You need to file a Petition to Establish Paternity. Obviously you both should not be drinking in the presence of the child as it caused you both to not have very good judgment. In court you will be able to establish custody and set a parenting schedule.
When we went to court the mother disputed asking why she can't pick him up from school, this was to modify her Wednesday visitation she has visitation from Wednesday 10am until Thursday 8am. We have another Court date Monday for a hearing. Is there a motion I can file for her to produce her work... Read more »
You need to file a Notice to Produce and ask her to produce her work schedule. As far as the pick schedule from school, you are very unclear as to what is actually happening so it is difficult to respond to your question.
Should i wait to deposit till after i file which i am going to aproach her and tell her its time and get it done quickly . which we are on very good terms and she knows its comming still but dont wsnt to giver her any amo. or does it matter.i have a prenup from 25yrs ago before we got married which... Read more »
Whatever you are trying to avoid will not be avoided by waiting to deposit the funds until after you file. If the funds to be deposited are marital or not, the mere filing is meaningless and makes no difference.
The vacant lot is delinquent on its property taxes for many years and is being sold by Lake County, Illinois. Because the postal address is the same as my house in which my daughter and grand children reside, the sheriff arrived at 4:30 AM at my house to serve papers and dozens of certified... Read more »
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