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An Overview of Traffic Laws

For a traffic violation, you have the choice to go at it alone or hire a qualified attorney to represent you.If your driving privileges are important to you then it is imperative to consult an experienced traffic violations attorney when you have been cited. Multiple convictions for traffic violations can cause you to lose your license among other consequences. Illinois based Traffic Law Attorney Barry Boches helps his clients fight all types of traffic violations charges. Barry understands the importance of protecting your driving privileges and keeping your driving record clean.

Every Illinois driver has two records: a public record and a court record. We provide legal help to people who have been charged with traffic violations. We offer resourceful and experienced defense to ensure a traffic offense stays off public record. We can help you avoid increased insurance rates, driver’s license suspension and other consequences of a traffic violation conviction.

Traffic violations can result in driver’s license suspension. It is possible to have the ticket dismissed, the violation reduced or to obtain court supervision as an alternative to a conviction. Court supervision results in a deferred judgment and does not result in a conviction – meaning that it is not reported to an individual’s public driving record. Therefore, a person can avoid driver’s license suspension and prevent an increase in insurance rates. Additionally, it is possible to reopen previous traffic violations to vacate guilty pleas.

Full-Service Traffic Violation Representation

Traffic violations can range in severity from seat belt violations to reckless homicide. No matter what the charge, you need an attorney who is experienced in handling traffic cases and knows how to effectively fight for your rights. Our practice handles all types of traffic cases including:

  • Traffic Tickets
  • Construction Zone Tickets
  • Seat Belt Violations
  • Red Light Tickets
  • Aggravated Speeding
  • Fleeing and Eluding
  • Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License
  • Failure to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident
  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident/Hit and Run
  • Reckless Driving
  • Driving Without Insurance
  • Improper Lane Usage

Failing to respond to a traffic violation can have grave consequences.

You could face additional fines and penalties, increased auto insurance premiums, and driver’s license suspension. Do Not Wait to Get Proper Representation and Defend Your Driving Privileges!

Barry Boches, Esq.

Get your questions answered - call me for your free phone consultation (847) 244-4636.