Whether your traffic offense is for committing a moving violation, driving with a suspended or expired license or something a bit more serious, Patrick N. Murray knows how to get the best results and keep you driving.
Most speeding tickets are best resolved through a plea negotiation with the State’s Attorney. Patrick N. Murray regularly negotiates these cases down to minimal fines, traffic school and/or probation.
Aggravated speeding, or speeding more than 26mph over the speed limit, is a much more serious offense that can result in much more serious fines, suspension of your license or even jail time. If you have a history of previous traffic offenses, the chances of stiffer penalties increases. In these cases, Patrick Murray can help create a legal defense that will result in the best possible situation.
Overview of speeding tickets in Illinois
SUSPENDED OR REVOKED LICENSE VIOLATIONS
Driving on a revoked or suspended license is a very serious offense in the State of Illinois – one that can result in very serious punishment including the possibility of statutory minimum jail times. In these cases, Patrick N. Murray can help you create a legal defense that will avoid the strictest penalties. If you have been arrested for driving without a valid license, contact our office immediately for best results.
Suspended and revoked license: Reinstatement procedures
LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT
The State of Illinois has some of the strictest punishments for traffic violations. Leaving the scene of accident is no exception. If someone was injured or killed in the accident, punishments are very serious. Patrick N. Murray has experience in some of the most complicated and serious traffic situations. From powerful negotiation skills through extensive trial experience, Mr. Murray has the knowledge, experience and network you need to get the best results in your case.
Driver’s license revocation for leaving the scene of an accident
If you drive a truck or heavy equipment for a living, a commercial drivers license in good standing is not only a necessity for work, but also for providing for your family. If you are arrested for a DUI or other serious traffic violation while driving a commercial vehicle, your license may be at stake as well as your job. Contact Patrick N. Murray today for a free consultation. Together you can find a legal strategy that will result in the best situation for you and your livelihood.
Grounds for disqualification of Illinois’ commercial drivers licenses