Effective Traffic Ticket Defense For Clients Throughout The Western Chicago Suburbs
We all exceed the posted speed limit sometimes. Often, it is a matter of safety, as we just try to keep up with the flow of traffic. In most cases, the police will overlook a few miles over the speed limit. But speeding 26-34 over the speed limit is a Class B Criminal Misdemeanor. That means that you can go to jail for up to six months and be fined up to $1,500! If you are speeding 35+mph over the speed limit, it is a Class A Criminal Misdemeanor and you can go to jail up to 1 year and be fined up to $2.500! Both of these violations are very serious, and you will need a skilled and competent attorney to represent you.
Do Not Blow Off Your Speeding Ticket — There Is More At Stake Than You Realize
One speeding ticket on your record may not amount to much. But are you sure this will be your only citation this year? And if you require a commercial driver’s license for your job, a ticket on your record can have a devastating effect on your career. Don’t assume that just paying the fine will be the end of it. Sometimes it will; often it won’t.