Cook County Traffic Ticket Attorney
As of January 1, 2006, Illinois traffic violation laws changed and traffic enforcement is more serious than ever. Take action early by contacting a traffic violation attorney and you may avoid the following:
Court Supervision: If you've received two moving violations within the past year;
Conviction on your records: Pleading guilty to a third ticket within 12 months;
Suspended License: If you are 21 or older and have three convictions within one year. If you are under 21 and have two convictions for moving violations within a 24 month period.
Unfortunately, most people make the mistake of just paying the fine by mail. Call an attorney before you pay the ticket and if it appears to be appropriate for you to mail in your plea of guilty and pay the fine, we will tell you.
Have you received a notice of license suspension?
Act now and we may be able to undo the damage, even after the suspension takes effect.
If you have one or more of the below moving violation tickets, protect your license by contacting the Bentz Law Firm for a free attorney consultation.
Running a red light
Running a stop sign
Failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident
Leaving the scene of an accident with property damage
Improper lane usage
Camera generated tickets
Driving with expired license plates or registration
Driving with a suspended license
Driving with a revoked license
Driving without insurance (or without proof of insurance)
Seat belt violations
Failing to stop for law enforcement
DUI Drunk Driving
Other moving violations
Do you have unpaid traffic tickets?
Contact a Chicago traffic violations lawyer now to avoid arrest, additional fines, or license suspension. Don't risk your freedom. If you or a loved one is in need of an experienced attorney get the legal support you need and contact Bentz Law Firm today to schedule a free consultation online or by asking for Attorney Bentz at (312)641.2233.