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Category: driver’s license suspension

The Cost of a Chicago, Illinois DUI Part 3

Written by: admin| Oct 27, 2017 | 0 Comment

In this final installment of our Chicago DUI articles, we’ll close off by looking at perhaps the costliest of the charges when it comes to determining the cost of your average DUI charge in Chicago. As a driver who may have made poor decisions, it is important to be aware of these charges and even look to getting yourself good legal representation which may go a long way in having these charges lowered depending on the technicalities of your case.

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Legal Help for Revoked Driver’s License in Chicago

Written by: admin| Jul 7, 2017 | 0 Comment

According to the laws of the land in Illinois, driving is considered a privilege which can be suspended or revoked by state agencies at any given time. As a result, you are required to toe the line when it comes to behaving in a responsible manner as a driver on our many Illinois highways. If your license is revoked or suspended due to any valid reason according to the law, it may be possible to have it reinstated if you follow the right steps.

 

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Driver’s License Suspension Facts in Illinois

Written by: admin| Feb 23, 2017 | 0 Comment

If your Illinois driver’s license is suspended, you may feel done in and restricted as far as your movements are concerned. A lot of people we know would get antsy and test the limits of the law. Given the vast distances between cities as well as suburban areas in our state, you really have to have a means of transportation. Sure, an uber or yellow cab is going to do, but you’re more likely going to rack up an astronomical transportation bill in no time.

 

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Should I Testify at My Illinois Traffic Ticket Trial?

Written by: admin| Dec 29, 2016 | 0 Comment

Traffic tickets can ruin your day and make it seem like the whole world is against you. You may think that the officer must have made a mistake, and truly believe that their claim and ticket are completely unwarranted and unfounded. As such, you may consider testifying at your traffic ticket trial in order to prove your innocence and have your ticket waived.

 

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