24 HOUR ASSISTANCE
NEVER PAY YOUR SPEEDING TICKET! ALWAYS CALL CHICAGO RUSSIAN SPEAKING SPEEDING LAWYER FOR A FREE CONSULTATION HOW YOU CAN BEAT YOUR SPEEDING TICKET!
Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer Will Fight Your Speeding Traffic Ticket.
First, Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer Tikhvinskiy focuses on traffic offenses. Usually, every day, he helps people who receive a speeding ticket in Illinois. As a result, Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer Tikhvinskiy knows the law and the court rules. Therefore, he will present your speeding case in a persuasive way. Certainly, you will hire and experienced criminal defense attorney who knows how to handle your situation. Most often, Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer Tikhvinskiy will take care of your case without requiring you to go to court. Usually, it is a great benefit for a person when a speeding ticket requires a person to appear in court during a business day.
Speeding Is a Moving Violation in Illinois.
In fact, Article 625 ILCS 5/11-601 of the Illinois Vehicle Code considers speeding as a moving violation. At the same time, fines for speeding traffic tickets vary in different counties. However, more importantly, if you just pay your speeding traffic ticket, you will get a conviction on your record. In Illinois, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) keeps track of your conviction for moving violations. Moreover, the DMV uses a point system to penalize you for your speeding conviction. As a result, Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer warns that every time you pay your traffic ticket, the DMV learns about it and assigns points to your driving record.
How the Secretary of the State Assigns Points.
According to the Secretary of the State Guidelines, you will receive 5 points for driving from 1 to 10 mph above the speed limit. Second, the Secretary of the State will assign 10 points to your record if you get a conviction for driving from 11 to 14 mph above the speed limit. Third, you will get 20 points for going from 15 to 25 mph over.
The Secretary of the State Will Suspend Your License for Speeding Tickets.
In the first place, if you commit three or more offenses within any 12-month period, the Secretary of the State will suspend or revoke your driver’s license. Moreover, Illinois law has way more harsh laws for young drivers. To illustrate, when a driver who is under the age of 21 commits two or more offenses within any 24-month period, the Secretary of the State will suspend his or her driver’s license.
For How Long You Will Lose Your Right to Drive.
Next, the Secretary of the State determines how long this period of suspension will be based on the number of points that you have in your driving record. First, if you have from 15 to 44 points, the it will suspend your license for 2 months. Second, if you have from 45 to 74 points, the Secretary will suspend your license for 3 months. Third, if you have from 75 to 89 points, it will suspend your license for 6 months. Fourth, if you have from 90 to 99 points it will suspend your license for 9 months. Finally, it will suspend your license for 12 months, if you have more 100 or more points on your driving record.
If You Pay Your Speeding Ticket, Your Insurance Rates Could Go Up.
First, auto insurance companies determine rates and premiums base on several factors. Of course, they will look at your driving record. As a result, if you got a ticket for speeding, that will show up on your driving record and an insurance company will see it. Thus, this insurance company will increase the price for your insurance. Therefore, you should challenge any speeding ticket you get.
Call Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer for a Free Consultation.
If you are looking for a Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer with a high rate of success in having charges dismissed with no points, fines or jail time, call Attorney Tikhvinskiy. He uses proven and reliable trial strategies for successfully defending his clients in courts all over Illinois. Chicago Russian Speaking Speeding Lawyer Tikhvinskiy will provide you with a full explanation of your rights. Next, Attorney Tikhvinskiy will aggressively represent you in court. A first consultation is always 100% free and confidential. Call now at (312) 583-7345!