Got to speeding tickets within 3 months of each other (my first traffic violation) and was told to apply for court supervision both times by the officers since my record was clean. I did and paid both the same day. Now I just found out that they are trying to revoke it. Don't want it on my permanent record obviously for insurance purposes. But I've read that I could end up paying for fees if I go to court and lose. What should I do?
Divorce / Separation Lawyer
The answer is very simple: Hire a lawyer. Stop getting your legal advice from police officers and start getting legal advice from the Real McCoy. There are plenty of good lawyers in DuPage County. Best wishes to you.
Criminal Defense Attorney
You will end up paying court costs and an attorney's fee, but an experienced criminal defense/traffic attorney can likely avoid the revocation and conviction. Most of us provide free consultations. www.galivanlaw.net
A lawyer might be able to avoid double convictions.
In my professional opinion, it is always a wise investment to have an experienced counsel in the needed field to protect ones' legal interest. In the retrospect, one gains more than loses when opting for professional handling of such matters.
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