If you already missed the deadline for both, you (or your attorney) would likely need to file a motion with the Clerk's Office for each case in order to appear in court before the Judge and request that the sentences of court supervision be reinstated.
You can technically receive court supervision on up to 2 traffic violations issued within any 12 month period. The second order of court supervision would typically require an in-person court appearance.
I was driving 25 mph over the speed limit, but I was going below 90. Normally, I know that you can qualify for court supervision if you're going 25 or below, but in the county I was pulled over in it is 20 mph and below. Could I still apply? I'm 17 and this is my first speeding ticket.
Got a parking ticket in january. Called to take care of it but the lady said they were unable to find it and i didnt have to worry about it. Now a month later she calls and says they have it and i need to pay it! Do i still have to pay it?
my son was speeding, and within 2 weeks got a second ticket. I havent even ordered the cashiers check to pay the first fine. can he still get supervision? Should he plead guilty to the first, and go for supervision on the second?
Technically, you can receive supervision twice within 12 months. He would need to appear in court on the second to receive supervision again - it as at the discretion of the judge. An attorney may be able to assist.
I saw a news that cook county courts have been closed to avoid spread of covid19 virus. Does anyone know of addison traffic court of dupage County is open or closed on March 26,2020. If the court is closed do I get a new court date? How will things proceed - do I get a notification in mail of new... Read more »
No updates as of yet. If they postpone your court date you will be notified by mail (you can also check your case status on the website for the Clerk of the Circuit Court - https://epay.18thjudicial.org/Clerk/allsearch.do .
You can pay it but a conviction would stay on your record. It may be worth filing a motion to vacate to bring it back into court and attempt to remove the conviction or possibly have it dismissed (if set for trial and the other party does not show up). An attorney can assist.
my husband was pulled over and cited for "operating a vehicle with registration suspended for noninsurance" as he did not have his new insurance cards in the car, although we were covered by insurance with no lapse in coverage. He was then issued a court date and told to provide insurance... Read more »
You can obtain a court purposes driving record from the Secretary of State, which will be clean, but the court should already have access to that information. As they say, it's hard to prove a negative. You may want to hire an attorney to straighten this out with the prosecutor in court.
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 »
You are not going to get arrested, but this will not show up as a conviction on your record and your Insurance Company will be able to see this ticket, which will likely lead to an increase in premiums. In order to clear this up, you need to file a Motion to Vacate Judgment, give proper notice to...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 »
No, this ticket will not be thrown out. If you are not able to find an attorney prior to the court date, you can appear in court and tell the Judge that you need more time to hire an attorney. The Judge will give you time to hire an attorney. You really should try to find an attorney prior to your...Read more »
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