Serving Clients Throughout the Chicago Area (Cook, DuPage, Kane & Will Counties)
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The Law Firm of Timothy Henderson has the knowledge, experience and dedication to provide the best possible representation on all traffic violations. The Henderson Law Firm can provide full service representation for all traffic violations. He will work hard to minimize the possibly grave consequences and protect your driving privileges.
Serving the cities of Joliet, Wheaton, Chicago, Bridgeview, Maywood, Skokie and Rolling Meadows as well as other cities in the Cook, Kane, Will and DuPage County area, Timothy Henderson will provide quality, affordable services as he works for the best possible resolution of your traffic violation case. Call (312) 444-9400 for your free consultation.
Consult a Traffic Violation Attorney to Minimize Possible Consequences
Often Illinois drivers receive a moving violation ticket, mail in their fine and think little more about it. It is important to remember that, by paying your fine, you are admitting guilt and agreeing to have a conviction entered into your driver’s record. If you receive a second moving violation within the same 12 month period you run the risk of endangering your driving privileges. For drivers under 21, two traffic violations in a 24 month period can result in a license suspension. Before admitting guilt, it is important to consult with a traffic violation attorney to understand your choices and minimize the possible consequences.
Consequences of Moving Violations in Illinois
Your consequences for a driving violation ticket in Illinois can vary dramatically depending upon the severity of the infraction, your age and your current driving record. Traffic ticket penalties may include:
Call the issuing county and see if they will provide the information. It may be necessary to appear in person in order to obtain the information. The ticket information can also be obtained through the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office. You will need your driver’s license number. The Secretary of State’s Office should be able to provide you with the citation number and the issuing county