Have you been ticketed to the Pulaski County Traffic Court?
You aren’t alone if you received a Pulaski County Speeding Ticket. The Pulaski County traffic court processes thousands of work zone speeding cases per year. Interstate 57 passes through Pulaski County and “features” a construction zone with state police and sheriff’s deputies. This is the Pulaski County Speed Trap. While we can’t stop the state from keeping this “work zone” going or prevent the State’s attorney or police from enforcing it, our Pulaski County Attorney can help you. Hire our experienced traffic ticket attorney to:
Appear in Court so that you don’t have to;
Work to reduce or dismiss your charges; and,
Provide you Flexible Payment Options.
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Work Zone Violation (625 ILCS 5/11-605.1)
A second or further violation has a minimum fine of $750.00 and a maximum of $1000.00. Driving more than 26 mph over the limit but less than 35 may be charged as aggravated speeding which is a class (b) misdemeanor punishable by up to 180 days in a county jail and $1500.00 in fines.
Driving more than 35 mph over in work zone is a class (a) misdemeanor punishable by up to 364 days in a county jail and $2,500.00 in fines.
An Illinois driver convicted of a construction zone violation when workers are present twice will have their license suspended for 90 days.
Mandatory Court Appearance, Failure to Appear and Warrant or Suspension
Failing to appear on your court date for a petty offense can result in a warrant being issued for your arrest within the State of Illinois and the suspension of your driver’s license privileges. However, tickets are often issued to out-of-state or out-of county drivers who cannot readily come back to Pulaski County for court. Our Attorney can appear in court for you! When you hire our attorney he can enter his appearance with the court on your behalf, make your court appearances for you, and update you on the progress of your case. Don’t fail to appear, hire our attorneys to do it for you saving you both time and money.
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An attorney for over 30 years, Michael was an assistant State’s attorney before he focused on defending criminal and traffic cases