How can i go about possibly getting court cost and fines potentially reduced so i can get my DL back at least on a work basis??
How would i go about getting these reduced to at least get a dl for work purposes? License is currently suspended
Majority of this is in dupage county and 1 in kane county ill
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You may not reduce imposed court fines and court costs. All you can do is to earn enough requisite amounts to remit it timely.
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That depends on a variety of factors. You should get a court purposes abstract from the dmv and find out from the court clerks for each county where you have tickets, how much is owed for each ticket and then speak with an attorney if anything can be done regarding those cases.
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