Belleville Traffic Violations Attorney
Don’t Pay Your Fine Without Talking to Jason Going
Getting ticketed for a traffic violation in Illinois can seem like no big deal. You just mail your fine and you’re done. This however, is not the case in all situations. For example, if you are ticketed for two traffic violations in a 12-month period, fines become steeper and you may be facing a mandatory court appearance. Three moving violations in a twelve-month period and your license is suspended. This could possibly be avoided if you contact our Belleville traffic crime lawyer after your first offense. Our team at the Law Office of Jason B. Going will work aggressively to negotiate your case with the traffic court.
Contact the Law Office of Jason B. Going at (618) 205-6680 today.
Common Moving Violations in Southern Illinois
There are multiple types of moving violations. Some common ones are:
- Driving with a suspended license
- Seat belt violations
- Improper lane usage
- Reckless driving
- Running a stop sign
- Violations generated by cameras
- Running a red light
- Driving without insurance
Receiving a ticket for speeding 26+ mph over the limit results in a Class B misdemeanor charge which carries a fine of $1,500 and a penalty of 180 days in jail. This could possibly be negotiated if you have a strong Belleville traffic violations attorney in your corner.
Illinois has really cracked down on people who speed through construction zones. You can be ticketed whether or not construction workers are present. Certain conditions must be met, however. The construction zone must be clearly marked with signs leading up to it announcing the reduction in the speed limit. Speed limit signs must be posted throughout the zone. Signs stating what the minimum fine for speeding in the construction zone must also be present. Speeding in a construction zone is an automatic court appearance. You will need the services of our firm to get you through this offense.
Don’t Let a Traffic Ticket Mar Your Record
Moving violations can leave a mark on your criminal record. This can affect your driver’s license, your car insurance rates, and even getting a job or renting a home. Don’t let a moving violation follow you into the future. Call our traffic violations attorney in Belleville. When you hire Jason Going, you deal directly with Jason Going, who will give your case the personalized attention it deserves.
Call the Law Office of Jason B. Going at (618) 205-6680 to get moving on your traffic violation case.