The penalties for traffic laws in the state of Illinois are ever-increasing. Law enforcement is cracking down on drivers who exceed the speed limit and use hand-held devices while driving. Points may be assessed to your license so quickly you may not realize you’re on the verge of losing your driving privileges until it’s too late.
Figuring out the consequences of a traffic conviction can be complicated and confusing. Even saying the wrong thing to an officer can put you at risk of getting your license suspended or revoked.
Attorney Romas Mockaitis, of Mockaitis Law, believes in taking good people out of bad situations. He does this by using his decades of legal experience to develop strong defense strategies tailored to his clients’ needs and goals. Over the course of his career, he has sought favorable outcomes for hundreds of drivers facing charges for:
Driving without working head, side or tail lights
Driving without insurance
Driving on a suspended or revoked license
Running a red light or stop sign
Changing lanes without signaling
At Mockaitis Law, we can help you address traffic tickets and other traffic-related offenses head-on with a strong defense strategy designed to keep points off your license. Put our criminal defense and trial experience to the test.
The trucking industry brings commercial drivers from all over the country to Illinois. Unfortunately, this can mean drivers are often less familiar with roads, traffic signals and local laws than other drivers. Commercial drivers are held to an even higher standard than other drivers, which means knowing the difference between an equipment violation, a minor violation and a major violation can mean the difference between keeping your license and your job.
Mockaitis Law proudly defends commercial truck drivers and holders of commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) who live in Illinois as well as those visiting from other states. We know your livelihood is at stake if you lose your license, which is why we will carefully review your case and determine the best course of action and resolution.
If you’ve been charged with a traffic violation in DuPage County or a surrounding area, don’t attempt to navigate the minefield that is the Illinois Vehicle Code without first retaining the services of a criminal defense lawyer who has extensive experience with it. Romas Mockaitis is that attorney, and he will make sure you make it through traffic court with your rights protected.
If you need help addressing a traffic ticket in Illinois, turn to Mockaitis Law, in Oswego. Let us put the law in your corner. To take advantage of a free initial consultation, contact us.