The first problem is that you should not have just paid the speeding ticket and gotten supervision. Since you have a CDL, supervision is treated as a conviction. So it will still be considered a violation and go against your CDL. You may want to consider vacating that and getting it fixed while it is still fresh. A good traffic lawyer can help.
If you just received a red light ticket from an officer, my previous point is even more important. This second ticket cause you to lose your CDL.
Sounds like you need a lawyer for both tickets.
Always always always talk to a good lawyer before just paying a ticket when you have a CDL. I get calls about this everyday from CDL drivers and cannot stress that enough.See question
Read the ticket. It will tell you.See question
It is a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a $1,500 fine. If this occurred in Naperville, you will have court in Wheaton in room 1001. I can tell you from experience that the Judge there is very likely to require that you have an attorney representing your interests.See question
Could you? Yes, technically. Will you? Probably not if it’s only your second time ever being pulled over. Jail seems very unlikely. Hire a lawyer to represent you and he/she can tell you more details.See question
No, it is a criminal offense so you must attend. You’ll also want a lawyer to represent you. Talk to the lawyer about advancing your case and getting permission to travel. Your bond likely does not allow you to leave the state right now.See question
Yes they might give you supervision again. If not, they will just give you a conviction. If that happens, you can file a motion to vacate that conviction, go into court, and hopefully get supervision that way. Of course, the likelihood of that happening goes way up if you have a traffic attorney do that on your behalf.See question
There is no set amount. The only way to find out is to contact the Clerk where you have court. If you were arrested in Evergreen Park then you would have court at the Bridgeview courthouse.See question
If a ticket is dismissed, it does not appear on your IL Secretary of State driving record (also
known as an “abstract”).
You’re charged with a criminal offense. It’s advisable to have a lawyer, especially if you don’t know the court procedure and possible outcomes. Plus, a conviction can cause your license to be suspended for an even longer period of time. Call a traffic lawyer or two and ask for a free consultation. Then decide what is best for you.See question
Conditional discharge is another name for conviction. Sounds like they’re both convictions now which explains why she is suspended. Your best is to contact a traffic lawyer who knows what they’re doing and file a motion and vacate one or both of the convictions, if possible. Removing just one of the convictions should cause the suspension to go away.See question