Illinois Traffic Violations Attorney
Traffic Ticket Lawyer Serving Clients in DuPage County and Cook County
When you pay your traffic ticket through the mail instead of appearing in court, not only are you pleading guilty, but you will likely be convicted. This can adversely affect your driving record by having points added on to it and possibly increasing your insurance premiums. If you receive too many points on your driving record, your driver’s license can be suspended or revoked.
From one of three offices in Chicago, Schaumburg, and Oak Brook, Mr. Moretti works to give his clients the personalized attention they deserve. Whether you have received a speeding ticket or are being charged with reckless driving, Moretti Law, P.C. will represent you, give you and your case personalized attention, and fight for the best outcome.
Illinois Traffic Offenses
Many people do not know that traffic violations do not just include speeding tickets. They can also include:
- Texting while driving,
- Seat belt violations,
- Parking violations,
- Toll violations,
- Construction zone tickets,
- Automated traffic violations (red light cameras),
- Failure to appear in court for your traffic citation,
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license,
- Safety responsibility violations (traffic accidents),
- Commercial Drivers License (CDL) violations,
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI),
- Reckless driving, and
- Driving without insurance.
These violations, alone or combined, can affect your driving record and may lead to a suspended or revoked license and higher insurance premiums. Having your driver’s license suspended or revoked can cause unforeseen problems in the future. For example, if you depend on driving for work or to commute to your job, having your license suspended or revoked will greatly impact your work situation. You will have to find alternate transportation or possibly a new job.
Traffic offenses may lead to long-term consequences for your driving record. If you receive too many points on your license, the offenses can stay on your record for up to 7 years after your license is reinstated. Some traffic violations can impact your driving record for over 10 years if you pay the violations without consulting an experienced attorney first. These convictions can have a greater repercussion for drivers under 21.
Moretti Law, P.C. has experience representing clients from mid-teens to adults who have received minor traffic violations to DUI and traffic crimes. As the representing lawyer, Mr. Moretti has a track record of receiving many favorable verdicts in traffic violation cases, including dismissed and reduced charges.
No matter if you receive a speeding ticket or a DUI charge, Mr. Moretti can help you understand the legal process and will work to get you the best possible outcome. Contact Moretti Law, P.C. at 312-861-1084 to schedule a complimentary consultation and case review at one of the three office locations: in Chicago, Oak Brook, and Schaumburg.