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Have you received a traffic ticket? Some traffic tickets are relatively simple matters. More severe issues may result in a suspended or revoked drivers license. The loss of your driver’s license may have severe consequences on your personal and professional life. That’s why you may need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney after receiving a traffic ticket.

Types of traffic tickets in Macon County.

There are many different types of traffic tickets in Illinois. Common tickets include:

  • Aggravated speeding;
  • Driving with a suspended, revoked, or without a valid license;
  • Failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident;
  • Failure to signal;
  • Following too closely;
  • Illegal transportation of alcohol;
  • Improper lane usage;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Passing a school bus;
  • Reckless driving;
  • Running a red light or stop sign;
  • Seat belt violations;
  • Speeding in a construction zone or school zone;
  • Street racing/drag racing;
  • Texting/distracted driving.

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If you need a criminal defense attorney to handle your traffic ticket matter, contact us to schedule a free consultation.

BRE Law Criminal Law Blog.

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