I attend the court for a speeding ticket and payed the fines for going but didn’t attend the online course that they gave me for driving school they sent me a letter saying that that I have to pay the fine again? Will I get my license suspended or taken alway?
The suspension will be next for your failure to comply with the prior court mandate.
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Failure to complete your Traffic Safety School course within the designated time frame may result in a conviction being entered against your official driving record. Conviction may result in the suspension of your driving privileges and may affect your automobile insurance costs.
If you receive a conviction, you have the option to go to court and petition the Court to have the conviction removed. The Court may allow you to request an extension of the time available to complete Traffic Safety School; however, there are additional court fees for this process. You must contact the municipal court where you received your ticket to request an extension.
If you are granted an extension to complete your course, new fees may apply. The new fees must be paid to Cook County. The extended requirement is then processed to NSC. You will receive an updated confirmation letter once this is received. If the time available for you to complete your course has expired, Traffic Safety School cannot re-enroll you until you have contacted the Court and your request has been approved and submitted to NSC.
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