DuPage County Traffic Violation Attorneys
Illinois Speeding Tickets and Moving Violations
Have you received a speeding ticket in DuPage County? Moving violation in Chicago? Traffic violation in Naperville? Arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Rockford? Think a traffic citation is no big deal?
It could be a very big deal. Get a few Illinois speeding tickets on your record and your driver's license could be suspended. Lose your license and you could find yourself without a job or a social life. Illinois traffic laws are strictly enforced. After all, cities make money on your speeding ticket and moving violations so they have plenty of incentive to write more and to make sure you pay.
If you are heading to traffic court, you need a lawyer who can respond quickly and effectively in your defense. Do not wait. You have a limited amount of time before penalties kick in. Consult an Illinois traffic defense lawyer at the Wheaton law office of Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C..
Whatever the charges against you, our attorneys have handled a similar case. We have been defending people in traffic court and helping people obtain limited driving permits in Illinois Secretary of State drivers licensing hearings for over 30 years.
Repeat offender? That is when experience counts most. When you need a top traffic defense lawyer, contact Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C., or call 630-256-8001.
Illinois Traffic Offenses
Traffic offense convictions in Illinois means stiff fines, traffic school, increased insurance rates, possible suspension or revocation of your driver's license, and possible jail time. AVOID AN ILLINOIS TRAFFIC OFFENSE CONVICTION. Get a hard-hitting Illinois speeding ticket lawyer and criminal defense attorney at Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C. to represent you on any Illinois traffic charge, including the following:
Illinois Auto Seizure and Forfeiture
Under Illinois law the state police and highway patrol can seize your car if they believe it was used to commit a crime (or if they suspect an attempted crime). Any serious felony offense, from drug sales to murder, can lead to seizure and forfeiture (sale) of your car.
But with recent changes in the law, many more people now face the loss of their vehicle in Illinois seizure and forfeiture proceedings. Now some driving offenses can result in vehicle forfeiture, including felony DUI charges, fleeing the police, and driving on a revoked or suspended license.
Contact the Illinois criminal defense attorneys at Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C. to speak with a team of lawyers experienced at challenging seizures and forfeitures and getting vehicles back to their owners or an innocent spouse.
We carefully review the case looking for any defense, including questions of ownership, hardship on a spouse or family, or mitigating circumstances regarding the "crime." If a defense is possible, the Illinois traffic lawyers at Ramsell & Kunowski, L.L.C. will find it.