Archive, August 2019.
Here in the state of Illinois, an accumulation of three minor traffic violations will result in a license suspension of at least three months. While most people choose to simply accept a traffic violation, and pay the ticket, outside of serious fines, a conviction of a violation can result in loss of driving privileges. Recognizing this, it is important to speak with a qualified legal professional, as soon as you are charged with a traffic violation. Below we will examine some of the most common minor traffic violations, while also taking a look at violations that can carry a criminal charge…
Posted in Criminal Defense
When a person is charged with a minor traffic violation, it is incredibly common for them to pay the fine and move on. In all reality, this can be a poor decision to make, especially as it pertains to driving under the influence. If convicted, even a first-time DUI charge could result in loss of driving privileges, substantial fines, and even potential jail-time. Below, we will examine some of the potential ramifications of a first-time DUI conviction, as well as the importance of hiring an attorney when you are facing charges for driving under the influence.
Posted in DUI