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Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C.
678-208-9200Available 24/7

Oak Brook Traffic Ticket Lawyer

Elmhurst Traffic Violations Lawyer

Traffic Ticket Defense Attorneys Serving DuPage County and Cook County

Traffic tickets have become a big deal. You have lots of questions. Will your Illinois driver’s license be suspended? Will your insurance rates increase? How expensive will it be? Do you have to go to court? What is Court Supervision? Will you have to attend traffic school? What should you do next?

Don't just pay that fine by mail or sign up for traffic school. Get the information you need to protect your driver's license BEFORE you act. Get your free initial phone consultation from a law firm that has the knowledge and experience to assess the situation and help you.

Traffic violations like driving on a suspended license, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident or DUI can have a major impact on your insurance rates, your driving privileges and your bottom line. Younger drivers face even harsher consequences that can affect their record for years to come. To make matters worse, multiple violations within a single year can lead to losing your license. Before you make a move on your ticket, you should talk with a traffic ticket defense attorney. When you have Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C. by your side, you will not have to fight the legal battle alone. Call an experienced DuPage County traffic violations attorney today at 630-472-9700 for a free initial consultation.

What Can Happen if You Receive a Traffic Violation?

Traffic violations, including DUI and seat belt violations, can result in heavy fines, increased insurance rates, and loss of your driver's license. Also, you may be sent to required defensive driving classes or community service projects, and may even lose your quality of life.

Under Illinois law, a driver is eligible to receive the sentence of court supervision on two moving violation tickets in a 12-month period. Pleading guilty to a third ticket may cause you to have a conviction on your record. If you are over 21 years old, three convictions received in a 12-month period will result in a suspended license.

If you are under 21, only two convictions for moving violations in a 24-month period will result in a suspended license.

If you have received a notice of license suspension, it is best to act quickly to receive the most favorable results. Contact our DuPage County traffic violations lawyers at 630-472-9700 for a free initial consultation. Attorney Kathryn L. Harry has over 25 years of experience in the traffic violations practice, and will also help you with cases that involve:

Contact an Experienced Traffic Violations Lawyer

Being charged with violating traffic laws is never a pleasant process to go through. At first, the flashing police lights in your rear view mirror can be very nerve-wracking, but the consequences that can go with traffic violations can make a situation much worse. At Kathryn L. Harry & Associates, P.C., we understand the traffic laws of the state of Illinois, and we will help assist you with your case. If you or a loved one has been charged with a traffic violation, please call a DuPage County traffic ticket attorney at 630-472-9700 for a free initial consultation. Located near major expressways and the Oak Brook Center Mall in Oak Brook, Illinois, we also serve Elmhurst, Lombard, Hinsdale, Burr Ridge, and surrounding areas.

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