I’m an international student in Illinois and I received a ticket for operating an uninsured car, it was my first time ever getting a ticket. I insured my car as soon as the next day. I have a court in 3 weeks. How much will the ticket be and what else should I expect as consequences and is there anyway I can get it dismissed?
Show up for court with proof of subsequent insurance and ticket will be dismissed.
If you appear in ct w current auto liability insurance you’ll qualify for ct supervision. You’ll pay a fine & ct costs but it will not be a conviction on your record. However, you will have to file an SR22 with the sos for one year after the ticket (proof of continuing & current auto liability insurance). After that time a SR22 will not be reqd. All due respect to Mr. Hoffman but in my experience & in my opinion it is unlikely that the citation would simply be dismissed. Good Luck!
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Request late compliance supervision. You will not be suspended but will have to carry SR22
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