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In Illinois, does a seat belt ticket violate my court supervision for a speeding ticket?

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I currently have court supervision for a speeding ticket. I got a seat belt ticket recently, the officer stated that it is not a moving violation. Does this cause a problem with the court supervision I am currently serving?

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It should not. It is a non-moving violation, and shouldn't trigger an automatic violation. If the prosecutor wants to violate your supervision, they'll notify you.

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