Speeding 26-34 MPH over limit (625 ILCS 5/11-601.5(a)) also called misdemeanor or aggravated speeding in Illinois is a serious violation. This ticket is a Class B criminal misdemeanor (the second highest level). It is punishable by up to 6 months in jail and/or $1,500 Fine. That sounds pretty scary but let's break it down. There … Continue reading Speeding 26-34 MPH Over Limit In Illinois
Traffic Tickets vs Warnings
What is a Traffic Warning vs. a Traffic Ticket? Learn How to Tell the Difference
How Does the Secretary of State (DMV) Update Records?
Learn more about how to update your DMV record
My License is Still Suspended After Going to Court!
Learn what steps need to be taken after you leave court to reverse your license suspension
Improper Lane Usage and CDL Drivers
Learn about the effects of improper lane usage on a CDL
What if I Get a Ticket During Court Supervision?
This is one of our most common questions. The short answer is yes. It is a violation of your court supervision and it can lead to resentencing on your case. This could even lead to a suspension if you have had other recent violations. Even if you have violated your supervision, there are tricks you … Continue reading What if I Get a Ticket During Court Supervision?
REAL ID deadline extended to Oct. 1, 2021 amid Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak
REAL ID deadline extended to Oct. 1, 2021 amid COVID-19 outbreak
What is a REAL ID and do I need one?
As the deadline for REAL ID Act compliance for ID's fast approaches, we hear this question often. It can be confusing to understand whether you even need a REAL ID compliant ID. This guide serves to help answer that question and provide resources where you can learn what is needed. We will be posting a … Continue reading What is a REAL ID and do I need one?
IL Secretary of State Extends Dates of Expired Licenses, ID Cards, and Plates Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update
Secretary of State extends expiration of licenses, plates, and ID's for 30 days beyond expiration date amid COVID-19 closures.
PART 2: How can I find out my new court date if it has been cancelled by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak while still practicing social distancing?
(If you haven’t seen PART 1 about which cases are being rescheduled and when you should expect a new court date, please read it BEFORE READING ON) First, we hope that you are healthy and that your family is well. During these difficult times, we know that a minor traffic citation is not always your … Continue reading PART 2: How can I find out my new court date if it has been cancelled by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak while still practicing social distancing?