No!!! The previous answer was wrong. You were traveling at a rate of 40 miles an hour or greater which is a class A Misdemeanor Offense in the State of Illinois. This carries a possible maximum penalty of 360 days in jail and a $2500 fine and 6 month suspension of your license, Same class offense as a DUI. You need a good attorney to negotiate a resolution or you will likely face very tough consequences. Google research a good attorney in your area and good luck!
In Illinois you can only get court supervision twice in one year by statute. Your best option is to find the best attorney to go negotiate a reduction of the charge to a simple moving violation with no points attache to your driving record. hence, no suspension. Google defense attorneys i your area to find the best representation for your case. Good luck! Tim Martin
You are in a difficult position. You need a good effective lawyer. I was a felony prosecutor in Dupage and I know they will ask the judge to send you to I.D.O.C. With a good lawyer you can submit your efforts at rehabilitation (which are excellent) and get back on probation with additional conditions such as more frequent probation visits and random drug Screens. You don't have to run. Google DuPage Criminal attorneys and select your attorney! Good Luck and stay on track! Tim Martin of Martin &...
Definitely do not post bond. You will loose it to the county clerk after ICE takes him away for a deportation hearing. The best thing to do now is to hire a good immigration lawyer and get a head start on winning his deportation hearing. Be prepared to wait two to three months for the actual hearing to take place. Meanwhile, he will be held in jail on the ICE Hold without bond. Good Luck. Tim Martin
She will most likely avoid any jail. Her offense while on probation is not without consequence but, given her entire stellar history of staying out of trouble the last 43 years is highly commendable. The new offense is only a misdemeanor. the fact that she is doing well in school, works full-time and supports 4 children will go well in her favor. She will likely be assigned community service and at worst case receive a weekend in the county jail. Hire a good defense attorney to put her best...
Yes. Not a forgery case, Just a civil case where you assumed liability in all likelihood. You are probably jointly liable for the balance but not in any criminal jeopardy. your best chance at clearing this is by filing a Petition in the Divorce court proceeding.
You need to immediately proceed to your state's Department of Child Family Protection. Fetal Alcohol Syndroym is at serious risk for your unborn child. Family or criminal court has no jurisdiction over this matter as the child is not yet born.
Fortunately, the proces is likely free as your local State's attorney usually assists in these situations. Good Luck and don't stop in protecting your child. (Nobody else will).
I assume he was charges in Illinois. The Assault is a class A Misdemeanor which carries a maximum penalty of 360 days in jail. The Armed Criminal Action is his real problem. It is a class One felony that is non-probationable and his prison term is 4-15 years by statute. A good Attorney might be able to get him 120 days boot camp or 180 days county jail with probation. Good Luck!
Yes. Your health is a valid reason to legally terminate your employment unless you have a written employment contact stating otherwise.Certain things federal law prohibits employment terminate such as AIDS, handicaps, race, color, creed, national origin, etc but no your particular illness. Good Luck.