Traffic Offenses

Fighting Back Against Traffic Citations

Everyone has had a traffic ticket. Most of the time you pay a small fine and forget about it. The trouble is when it becomes a habit. Police and prosecutors see such offenses as disregard for the law, and the penalties will get more severe with each incident.

Traffic Tickets Can Result In Serious Ramifications

The state views driving on public roads as a privilege, not a right. Therefore it demands compliance with countless rules and regulations. You will lose your driving privileges at some point. At first, it is just an increase in your insurance rates. It could end with the revocation of your driver’s license or even jail time. If your child is under the age of 21, two tickets in any 24-month period will result in a suspension of your child’s driving privileges.

Handling All Types Of Traffic Offenses

The traffic offense lawyer at The Law Offices of Ernest A. DiBenedetto handles charges such as:

  • Reckless driving
  • Transportation of alcohol
  • Accident violation/tickets
  • No insurance tickets
  • Speeding/drag racing
  • Suspension of your driving privileges for failing to appear in court
  • Driving on a revoked license
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Underage drinking and driving/zero tolerance
  • Habitual offender drunk driving
  • Fleeing and eluding a police officer
  • Speeding in a school or construction zone

You Could Lose Your Driving Privileges

In Illinois, speeding in excess of 30 mph is now a class B misdemeanor. Speeding in excess of 40 mph over the posted limit is a class A misdemeanor, for which you cannot receive court supervision. These tickets will likely result in the suspension of your driving privileges if you are convicted.

It is urgent that you contact our experienced traffic violation attorney as soon as possible. If you haven’t yet been charged, we may be able to prevent charges from being filed. Do not make a statement to police under any circumstances without first consulting a lawyer. Do not be convinced that you will get a better deal, or will talk your way out of a ticket.

Police officers know how to make a case against you, and are hoping you say things to them that will help convict you in a court of law. Don’t help the officer make a case against you, politely decline to talk to the officer and request an attorney be present for you.

Contact Our Former Prosecutor

Our lawyer is a former prosecutor. He knows all the police tactics. Their job is to get you convicted or severely punished. We want to hear your story. To schedule a free consultation and case review in Westmont, Illinois, call 630-796-6143 or contact us online today.