If your son is 21 then he cannot have three convictions within a 12 month period. Supervision does not count as a conviction so if the November speeding ticket was supervision and he has completed the supervision he has no convictions yet. Additionally, the tickets must be seperate incidents meaning that the two tickets from this arrest would only count as one conviction. Based on what you have posted it doesnt seem that your son is in danger of losing his license but he should have an attorney go over his case to make sure.
Agreed. You really ought to hire a Cook County lawyer to help you. As you pointed out, you do not want convictions on all 3. A lawyer will be your best shot at pleading one or two tickets down.
Best of luck.
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