09 Mar Charged with a Traffic Violation? We Can Protect Your Rights.Posted in Criminal Defense
Illinois readers may assume that a traffic violation is a minor issue, but in reality, these charges can bring consequences that may have a major impact on your life. A traffic violation can include speeding tickets, reckless driving, driving with a suspended license, drag racing and more. By taking steps to properly defend against these charges or violations, you can minimize the impact.
More serious traffic offenses, such as reckless driving or manslaughter, merit the counsel of an attorney experienced in these areas. Not only are you facing legal consequences, your insurance rates and driver’s license are also on the line. A full investigation into your case can reveal the defense strategy most appropriate for your situation as well as determine if your rights have been violated in any way.
When truck drivers face traffic violations of any kind, it is important to act quickly in order to protect a commercial driver’s license. Citations for speeding, overloaded cargo, weight violations or carrying a load that is too wide can compromise an Illinois truck driver’s CDL, which is a direct threat to his or her career and livelihood. You can fight to stay on the road, but it is critical to confront any violation by first seeking proper legal counsel.
A traffic violation of any kind can have a major impact on your life, from getting back and forth to work to transporting your children. We even help out-of-state drivers handle tickets and other violations that were received while driving through Illinois. Get the help you need for any traffic-related charge by reaching out to a member of our experienced team.
Don’t delay — contact us for help today at 630-305-0222 if you have been accused of any criminal charges including drug crimes, criminal offenses, DUI/DWI, elder abuse, felonies, family law, personal injury and more.