Rolling Meadows Speeding in Construction Zones Attorney
Speeding and other infractions that happen in a construction zone are considered serious traffic offenses under Illinois law. A conviction for any serious traffic offense can result in extremely severe penalties, including fines and the loss of your driver's license. An experienced criminal defense attorney can help to minimize the impact of these charges and work to preserve your right to drive.
If you have been charged with speeding in a construction zone, our Palatine attorney at the Law Offices of Donald J. Cosley has the experience and the skill to protect your interests. Our firm's extensive experience with these matters allows us to take a much more proactive approach to building your defense.
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If you are convicted for speeding in a construction zone, you will be required to pay a fine of $375 for a first offense. A second offense will get you a fine of $1,000 and a 90-day suspension of your driver's license. The only way to avoid these penalties is to avoid the conviction.
In every case, we gather all available information about the incident. We consider all defense options and pursue those that provide the best chance of beating the charges. In some cases, obstructed speed limit signs or other defenses can provide the key to winning your case. Our complete understanding of the law coupled with our attorney's more than 20 years of experience put us in a strong position to bring your case to a successful conclusion.
Talk To A Rolling Meadows Attorney About Traffic Violations In Construction Zones
From our offices in Rolling Meadows, the Law Offices of Donald J. Cosley defends clients in Schaumburg, Arlington Heights and Palatine, and communities throughout the greater metropolitan Chicago area against all types of serious construction zone traffic violations. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with an experienced Rolling Meadows speeding in construction zones defense attorney today.