Traffic Offenses/Secretary Of State Hearings
Naperville Traffic Ticket Lawyers · DuPage County Speeding Ticket Attorneys
The attorneys at the Law Offices of Kim DiGiovanni have years of experience representing drivers who have received traffic tickets or are fighting to have their license reinstated in a secretary of state hearing.
Is fighting your traffic ticket really worth the time and money? The truth is, if this is your first speeding ticket in many years, we will be the first to tell you to pay it. But if you are facing a heavy fine for reckless driving or are facing multiple speeding tickets over the past year, fighting it may be the most cost-effective option. Under the Illinois point system, you could face a suspended driver’s license for as few as three tickets in a year. Even one ticket can have a significant impact on your auto insurance rates or your ability to change car insurance companies.
Restoring a Suspended License at the Illinois Secretary of State Hearing
Under Illinois law, drivers who have had their licenses suspended following a DUI arrest or any other reason must apply for reinstatement through the secretary of state’s office. The process requires a hearing to prove that you have met all terms and conditions required by the state. For DUI offenses, the hearing is often the first opportunity for your lawyer to challenge the evidence for your arrest. Results of the hearing can be used as the basis of a solid defense in the DUI criminal proceedings.
Initial Consultation · Credit Cards Accepted · Former State Prosecutors
If you are considering fighting your traffic ticket, or are seeking reinstatement of a suspended license, contact us to arrange a initial consultation with a Wheaton traffic offenses attorney firm today. From our Offices in Wheaton and St. Charles, we represent individuals in traffic ticket defense cases and secretary of state hearings in Kane County and DuPage County, Illinois.