Speeding Tickets and Other Traffic Offenses
If you are charged with speeding or another traffic offense in the State of Illinois you may have two problems: one with the criminal court system and another with the Illinois Secretary of State. It is imperative that you contact an experienced traffic law attorney if you get a ticket that requires you to appear in court. The fines are significant and potential detrimental effects on your work life are potentially devastating. If you have a Commercial Driver’s License (“CDL”) in the State of Illinois or elsewhere, the impact of a traffic offense conviction could be even more devastating. If your work life is on the line you must contact an attorney that will fight to keep your license.
HIRSCH LAW GROUP defends all traffic offenses but primarily, we defend clients charged with the offense of “Aggravated Speeding” in Illinois. Speeding more than 26 mph, but less than 34 mph over the limit is a criminal offense and charged as a Class “B” Misdemeanor. This offense is punishable by up to six (6) months in jail, $1,500 fine plus mandatory court costs. Speeding more than 34 mph over the limit is a criminal offense and charged as a Class “A” Misdemeanor. This offense is punishable by up to a year in jail, $1,500 fine plus mandatory court costs. Other offenses charged as misdemeanors include, battery, domestic violence and driving under the influence. If you are charged with aggravated speeding in Illinois you need a criminal attorney, not an ordinary lawyer.
HIRSCH LAW GROUP handles hundreds of speeding ticket and other traffic cases for client who live in the State of Illinois and all over America. Do not hesitate to contact us the minute that you receive a ticket that requires you to attend court. If you appear without a lawyer, it is likely that the outcome will be unfavorable. If you are charged with aggravated speeding, the judge will require that you get an attorney to represent you because the offense is jailable. Do not wait, contact HIRSCH LAW GROUP now!