Avoiding Driver’s License Suspension
Avoiding Driver’s License Suspension In Madison County
Illinois and Missouri use point systems for moving violations. A certain number of points are assessed against a person’s driving record each time he or she is convicted of a moving violation. Accumulating too many points will lead to a driver’s license suspension.
If you face a possible driver’s license suspension, you may not want to pay an attorney to handle a so-called “minor legal issue.” The costs you face in the future, however, will far exceed any legal fees charged to you. If your license is suspended, you may have trouble getting to work, taking care of your children and carrying out your daily routine. A driver’s license suspension may also dramatically increase your car insurance rates. If you have a CDL, you could lose your job and your livelihood.
Experienced Lawyers Fighting For You
At Madison County Traffic Law Attorneys, LLC, we have decades of experience and success helping our clients avoid driver’s license suspension. We know the laws and the procedures necessary to protect your driving privileges and to secure the best possible results.
Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation to learn about avoiding driver’s license suspension in Madison County, in Metro East and throughout the Illinois River Bend.
Take Action Now To Prevent Serious Consequences In The Future
In Illinois, the state may suspend a motorist’s driving privileges for committing a broad range of violations of the law, including:
- Driving on a suspended driver’s license
- Two convictions for moving violations within a 24-month period (if under the age of 21)
- Three convictions for moving violations within a 12-month period (if over the age of 21)
- Failure to appear in court
- Failure to pay child support
- Unpaid parking tickets
- Failure to pay traffic fines
If you seek the help of our law firm before your license is suspended, there are many strategies we can employ to prevent an impending suspension. For example, we may be able to vacate (eliminate) some of your past traffic convictions, get rid of some of your driving points and clean up your driving record so that a suspension can be avoided.
We Can Work To Help You Remove Tickets From Your Driving Record
At Madison County Traffic Law Attorneys, LLC, we focus our practice on traffic cases just like yours. Rest assured, we know what we are doing, and we can help you. Call us at 618-307-0323 to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys. We represent clients in Edwardsville.