DuPage County Traffic Violations Attorneys
Municipal Ordinance Violation Lawyers Serving St. Charles, Naperville, and Throughout Illinois
A traffic violation may seem minor, but it can still lead to severe consequences; including expensive fines, higher insurance rates, loss of driving privileges, community service, mandatory classes and jail time. A seemingly minor traffic offense could even jeopardize your job and put you and your family at risk of financial hardship. If you have received a traffic ticket or any other type of ordinance violation, it may not be in your best interests to just pay the fine and move on. Before going any further, it is important to speak with an experienced traffic violations lawyer, so you understand your rights.
Since 1979, Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices has successfully represented clients for traffic violations in Chicago area and throughout Illinois. Our award-winning lawyers are former prosecutors and former public defenders with in-depth knowledge of the inner workings of the Illinois traffic and municipal court system. We are skilled litigators inside the courtroom and strong negotiators outside of court, and we put this experience to work to advocate aggressively for the rights and interests of each client we serve.
We have been highly acclaimed not only for our experience and skill but also for our client-centered approach. Our attorneys are honest, compassionate, accessible and down to earth. We offer free consultations, extended evening and weekend hours for your convenience, and we respond quickly to all client questions and concerns. We know that even a small traffic violation can adversely impact your future, and do everything possible to make sure that does not happen. We thoroughly examine your case, looking for weaknesses and exploring every legal avenue to have your charges reduced or dropped altogether, so you can move on with your life.
Common Traffic Violations in Illinois
There are numerous traffic tickets and other municipal violations (ranging from minor to severe) that you may be cited with. Some of the most common include:
- Seat Belt Violations;
- Construction and School Zone Violations;
- Reckless Driving;
- Texting and Cell Phone Use While Driving;
- Driving without Insurance;
- Driving without a License or with a Suspended or Revoked License; and
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident.
When you are cited for a traffic violation, you have two general options: pay the fine or show up on your court date to fight it. Fighting your ticket in municipal court can be difficult on your own. The prosecutor has more resources and a greater familiarity with courtroom procedures. A skilled traffic ticket and ordinance violations attorney helps level the playing field by crafting a strong defense strategy and negotiating with the prosecutor for a more favorable outcome.At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, our number one priority is protecting your rights. We have over 40 years of experience successfully fighting traffic and municipal violations on behalf of our clients. If you have received a traffic ticket, no matter how small, it pays to speak with one of our Illinois traffic violations lawyers to find out what options you have available. It may result in dismissed or reduced charges, saving you considerable expense down the road. To schedule your free consultation, contact our office today at 630-932-9100630-932-9100.