DuPage County Traffic Violations Lawyers
Illinois Attorneys for Driving With a Suspended or Revoked License
Traffic offenses, to many drivers, may seem like a petty nuisance. Of course, fines can be expensive, insurance rates may increase, and the time spent at court may be annoying, but otherwise, tickets do not present much of a problem. What many fail to consider, however, is that traffic violations can add up, ultimately resulting in the suspension or complete revocation of your driver’s license. Continue to drive while your license is suspended or revoked, and you may be facing criminal charges instead of traffic tickets. At the Davi Law Group, we understand the severity of driving with a suspended license and we are prepared to help you protect your rights.
Legal Counsel for Suspended or Revoked Driving Privileges
Criminal defense attorney Dion U. Davi is dedicated to helping Northern Illinois clients with all type of traffic offenses, including those that lead to criminal charges. Mr. Davi has served as Assistant State’s Attorney, offering him a unique understanding of the Illinois legal system and an intimate familiarity with the law. He and the rest of the team at the Davi Law Group recognize the importance of protecting your future and will remain at your side throughout the duration of your case.
Under Illinois law, an individual may face suspension or revocation of driving privileges for many reasons. License suspensions are handled by the Office of the Secretary of State and may be imposed as the result of:
- Excessive traffic violations:
- Failure to respond to or appear in court for a traffic citation;
- Unpaid parking violations;
- Delinquent child support:
- Failure to pay Tollway tolls;
- Causing an auto accident without liability insurance;
- Underage drinking;
- Use of a Fake ID; and
- Violations related to driving under the influence (DUI).
Responsible Defense Lawyers for Traffic Charges
The prosecution and penalties associated with driving with a suspended or revoked license typically depend on circumstances surrounding the initial suspension. A first offense, however, is generally prosecuted as a Class A misdemeanor. In most cases, a conviction will result in an extension of the suspension or revocation. A convicted driver may also face a term in prison, fines, and a period of probation, especially if the original suspension or revocation was related to DUI.
At the Davi Law Group, our attorneys are equipped to fully investigate your case, gathering facts, and uncovering details that may be relevant to your defense. Armed with all of the necessary information, we will fight to reduce and eliminate charges against you whenever possible. If necessary, we are prepared to explore diversionary options and negotiate creative solutions to your situation.
If you have been charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license, contact the team that is committed to serving your best interests. Call the Davi Law Group at 630-580-6373 to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced attorney today. We are proud to serve the greater Chicago region, helping clients in DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Will, and Cook Counties.