I was wondering how long it typically takes for an Illinois summary suspension notice to get mailed to your house after an arrest for DUI? And if you don't receive it, how can you check the status with "waking a sleeping dog" sort of speak. Thank ...
2-3 weeks - checking with the State will not wake the sleeping dogSee question
I got a ticket for running a stop sign in December and I got court supervision then last month I got a speeding ticket and paid it off but now I got another speeding ticket. What's gonna happen will my license get suspended? Should I get a lawyer?
You do not indicate your age. If under 21 this would be your second conviction and would cause a suspension- if 21 or over it would be your third conviction if your prior supervisor is violated - hire an attorney to avoid any further consequencesSee question
I was convicted of a 3rd DUI. I have completed all that was required except my probation and community service. Secretary of State sent me a notice. PROJ. ELIG. 10/23/2016. I have almost all off my required documents. When I have them and proceed ...
My advice is to locate an attorney experienced in representing individuals before the Sec of State to maximize your chances of a positive decision- it is impossible to determine the likelihood of success without knowing a lot more about your case-See question
Hi, I was driving home late night, and there was a stopped police car with its lights on but no sounds. I had no clue of what is going on, and I didn't see any police officers outside, so I tried to bypass the police car. Then the police office...
Yielding to an emergency vehicle can also include passing a parked emergency vehicle with its lights flashing. Generally this includes reducing your speed and - if possible - moving your vehicle at least one lane over. I agree with Mr. Hoffman - retain counsel.See question
to rehab for ONLY WEED. I have epilepsy and need marijuana so I won't have seizures.
Unless you are a registered user (medical marijuana) you are using the drug illegally and that is that crux of the problem.
If you do not want to go to treatment you will need to explain the situation to the Court and hope that the judge does not violate your probation.See question
I am on court supervision in Illinois for a Dui ... I have completed my victim impact- my Dui classes and my 100 hrs community service.. but I can't afford my court fines I'm still paying off a loan I took out to pay for my Dui classes.. my superv...
Go to court and explain the situation to the judge. While mandatory costs/fees generally cannot be reduced/waived - the court may see fit to reduce the fine or convert it to additional public service. No matter what - make sure you appear in court as required.See question
I have had one formal hearing in Joliet where I was denied. I did go without an attorney. I have 2 DUI's total and was a significant risk. I am just on a budget.
Why are you intent on avoiding Joliet? You will need to address whatever issues exist wherever you go.See question
I received a speeding ticket 4 months ago and am still currently on court supervision, and today got another speeding ticket. Is it possible to receive 2 court supervisions from 2 different counties? I am 19 years old and besides these 2 tickets h...
Theoretically yes. However, in applying for supervision on the new matter, you must be truthful if one of the questions is whether you are currently on court supervision or if you have been granted court supervision in the past. Illinois law prohibits receiving court supervision for more than 2 moving violations occurring within a 12-month period.See question
I was going 92 in a 65 in Warren County, IL. The max fine on the ticket to pay is 25 over, which I was going 27 over. I have never been to court before and wanted to know if I need to be represented for this? I am a college student and am trying t...
You are charged with a Class B misdemeanor- you should absolutely be represented.See question