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Illinois Traffic Tickets

Fighting Illinois Traffic Tickets

Because traffic tickets in Illinois are commonplace, people often believe that traffic tickets are no big deal. Most people do not even consider it possible to fight back - instead, they simply accept it by paying the fine or enrolling in traffic safety school. There are better options to consider. By paying the fine, you are not just accepting guilt, but also a conviction, which can affect your insurance rates and driving privileges. Even if you qualify for and accept traffic school, you've given up the chance for a dismissal, acquittal or supervision without a traffic school. 

Hiring an Illinois traffic ticket attorney could make all the difference in your future.

Why hire a traffic ticket lawyer?

If you have been ticketed with a mandatory infraction that requires a court appearance, have been involved in a traffic accident or if you have been charged with a DWLS, it is in your best interests to get the involvement of an experienced traffic ticket attorney that you can fully trust. At Fagan Fagan & Davis, our legal team has proven to be well-versed in traffic ticket defense - we can handle everything from DUI defense to helping protect the rights of commercial drivers. When you have this much on the line, you can't afford to wait – call now.

Chicago area Traffic DUI and Criminal Defense

If you are facing a Traffic Offense, DUI or criminal office in the Greater Chicago area, including Cook, Lake, Kane, Will or DuPage Counties, we will review your case with you at no charge and discuss what you face and how we can help.

Where do we appear in court?

Our Park Ridge location is strategically located minutes from I-294, Edens expressway and I-355. We regularly appear for Illinois DUI, Criminal and Traffic ticket defense throughout Cook, Lake, Kane, Will and DuPage county courts, including Chicago, Skokie, Rolling Meadows, Bridgeview, Markham, Maywood, Waukegan, Mundelein, Wheaton, Addison, Naperville, Joliet, Elgin, St Charles and more.