Illinois Traffic Offense Lawyers
If you have been charged with a traffic offense, you may be wondering:
- Is my license going to be suspended?
- Will I lose my license?
- How much is this going to cost?
- Will I have to go to jail?
The legislature is cracking down on driving offenses, and the penalties are getting more severe. If you have been issued a traffic ticket or have been charged with a traffic offense, contact the attorneys at Zuelke & Byrd, L.L.C. to schedule a free initial consultation.
When dealing with any traffic offense case, our attorneys work hard to try to minimize the consequences for the client. We examine the reasoning as to why a client is charged with a particular traffic offense, including if and why a license has been suspended.
We frequently represent clients who have been charged with the following traffic crimes:
- Driving under a suspended license
- Driving under a revoked license
- Driving in a construction zone
- Reckless driving
- Driving without insurance
- Speeding violation (especially repeat speeding charges)
- Excessive Speeding
An option that may be available to traffic offenders is court supervision. If you receive a traffic ticket and are found guilty of a traffic offense, you can avoid having it put on your permanent record.
Eligibility for court supervision is generally determined by an individual's prior driving record, prior traffic tickets, criminal history and traffic history. The court will also consider if and why an individual's license has been suspended.
Our attorneys provide diligent defense to those convicted of traffic offenses. We work hard to build a defense that will minimize the consequences of a traffic crime and allow clients to maintain their driving privileges.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our criminal defense lawyers, contact us online or call us at 630-906-7360.