Experienced DuPage County Traffic Violations Attorney
Attorney Providing Criminal Defense for Traffic Violations
Many mistakenly assume that traffic violations are all minor issues that they can simply handle on their own. However, in reality, many with traffic violations face expensive fines, accruing points on their driver’s license, and even risk having their driver’s license suspended.
Further, cases involving commercial drivers or drivers under the age of 21 have specific issues and potential additional consequences of which drivers may not be aware. For this reason, it is always important to consult with an experienced DuPage County traffic violations attorney to evaluate your case and advise you of your options.
Jason M. Kunowski has decades of experience as a criminal defense attorney. Jason M. Kunowski knows how to handle all cases involving any traffic violation, license suspensions or revocations, point reduction, and related matters. If you have received a traffic violation, call Jason M. Kunowski today and he will work to limit the consequences you may face.
Jason M. Kunowski Defends Traffic Violations in DuPage County
Some DuPage County traffic violations are more serious than others. In addition to fines imposed by the courts, the Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) assigns “points” to your license for traffic violations. Each violation is worth a set number of points and, if you accumulate a certain number of points with three traffic convictions in a year, the DMV can suspend or revoke your driver’s license for an extended period of time. The length of your suspension will depend on the number of points you have accumulated. Some traffic violations are worth enough points on their own to immediately have your license taken away.
By hiring an experienced DuPage County traffic violations attorney to help you fight your ticket, you could achieve any of the following:
- Having your charges reduced to a lesser violation with lesser points on your license and a smaller fine.
- Having your charges completely dropped and keeping your driving record clean.
- Avoiding driver’s license suspension or revocation.
- Keeping your insurance rates from going up.
- Keeping a job that requires an active driver’s license or clean driving record.
- Not having to go to traffic school.
Multiple traffic violations or even a single traffic violation can be a serious matter, and may result in fines, higher insurance, losing your license, and more. The consequences can be particularly harsh for commercial drivers, who require their license to work, or for young drivers, who are held to a higher standard until they reach a certain age and experience level.
Contact a DuPage County Traffic Violations Lawyer For Help
Whether you are a commercial driver, minor driver, or simply hold a regular driver’s license, you do not want to risk losing your license for an extended period of time. To limit or avoid the consequences you face for a traffic violation, you should always contact Jason M. Kunowski for assistance. Jason M. Kunowski will work toward the best outcome possible in your traffic case.