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Traffic Violations in Chicago

By Acosta, Batovski & Schmiege  Nov. 28, 2010 6:00p

Traffic violations in the Chicago area are extremely serious due to the strict nature of traffic laws. Even facing just a second traffic violation within a 12-month period can result in serious consequences such as losing your driver's license or suspension of driving privileges. Any consecutive convictions can result in these serious consequences, which can additionally cause problems for employment if you are unable to find transportation to your work. The seriousness of a traffic violation should not be underestimated in the Chicago area due to the severity of the punishment and the zero tolerance policy towards repeat offenses. If you have been arrested or charged for any traffic violation, it is vital that you contact a skilled Chicago traffic offense lawyer as soon as possible for legal advice.

There are many types of traffic violations that by themselves also include severe penalties such as jail time, enormous fines and even license revocation. It is a serious mistake to simply pay a fine without fighting your charges because the consequences will immediately affect your insurance, the points against your license and many other factors. Some types of traffic offenses can include speeding tickets, failure to stop at a red light or a stop sign, failure to reduce speed, driving with a suspended or revoked license, driving under the influence (DUI), reckless driving, expired vehicle plates or license, and many other types of violations.

Traffic Offense Lawyer in Chicago

No matter what type of traffic violation you have been accused of, employing the skills an experienced attorney can help you fight your charges and give you the best chance at having your charges reduced or dismissed. At Acosta, Batovski & Schmiege, we have the years of experience and legal expertise to ensure that you receive dedicated and reliable legal guidance and representation for your case.

Contact a Chicago Traffic Offense Attorney at our offices today to find out your options regarding your traffic violation!

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