Yes, it is possible to avoid a license suspension under the set of circumstances you described. Technically, you are eligible for 2 orders of court supervision during any 12 month period (three convictions within a 12 month period would result in a license suspension). However, an offer of supervision is at the discretion of the prosecutor. It is highly advisable that you continue looking for an attorney to discuss the specifics. Many times, it is possible to have the aggravated speeding charge amended to a petty offense in Lake County but this depends on a variety of factors. Of course, it is more difficult with a number of recent citations. One piece of advice in Lake County is to set the tickets for trial to increase chances a dismissal if the officer fails to appear. Contact an attorney!
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