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Chicago Traffic Ticket Attorney | Mark Sciblo


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Traffic courts have more cases than any other court. Each year, hundreds of thousands of drivers appear before a judge in different traffic courts throughout Illinois. But also, some drivers want to avoid a court appearance by paying a traffic ticket fine online or through the mail. Unfortunately, paying a traffic ticket fine won't solve all the problems. If the driver wants to pay a ticket fine and skip the court appearance, they automatically plead guilty to a traffic citation. 

Furthermore, a certain number of points is added to their driving record for each conviction. The number of points depends on the severity of an infraction. Once an Illinois driver has at least three convictions for moving violations within a year, the Secretary of State will suspend their driver's license for at least two months. The length of suspension depends on how many points have been accumulated on their three traffic violation convictions.  

  • 15 to 44 points - 2-month license suspension

  • 45 to 74 points - 3-month license suspension

  • 75 to 89 points - 6-month license suspension

  • 90 to 99 points - 9-month license suspension

  • 100 to 109 points - 12-month license suspension

  • 110+ points - License Revocation

Here are a few examples of the Illinois Points System for Traffic Offenses:

  • No stop lights - 5 points

  • Speeding 1-10 MPH above limit – 5 points

  • Improper traffic lane usage - 20 points

  • Texting while driving a commercial motor vehicle - 20 points

  • Failure to give stop or turn signal - 15 points

  • Aggravated speeding in a construction zone (35 mph or more) - 55 points

There are also moving violations to which no points are added. For example, DUI, driving during a suspension or revocation, or driving uninsured can result in license suspension after the first offense. Aside from a license suspension and points, you might face hefty fines, traffic school, higher insurance premiums, and the possible booting or towing of your vehicle. 

Violating driving and traffic laws can negatively impact your life; this is why fighting the ticket is so important. You’ll need an experienced Chicago traffic ticket lawyer like Mark Sciblo, who can help you get your ticket dismissed or the fines reduced. If your traffic ticket is dismissed, you do not have to pay the fine or worry about the moving violation appearing on your driving record.  

If you've received a ticket for speeding or another violation in Illinois:

Do not plead guilty, or pay the fine, and accept the conviction and other consequences.
Plead not guilty, request a trial and hire an attorney.

Contact lawyer Mark Sciblo today

Attorney Mark Sciblo at The Law Offices of Mark Sciblo understands how stressful it can be for someone to get a traffic ticket. You don't know what to do or how to handle this situation. Fortunately, you can eliminate this stress from your life by hiring an attorney, Mark Sciblo. He is an attorney who will help you protect your legal rights, fight for you, and bring the best possible results in your case. Mr. Sciblo has over 30 years of experience and has helped thousands of people who have been charged with minor or severe traffic offenses in Chicago, Illinois. 

If you have traffic violations problems and live in the Chicago area or surrounding suburbs, a Chicago traffic ticket attorney Mark Sciblo is ready to help. Contact The Law Offices of Mark Cciblo today at (773) 775-5050 for a free case consultation. 

Mark Sciblo can help you with many minor and severe traffic offenses, such as:

  • Speeding Ticket

  • Aggravated Speeding

  • Reckless Driving

  • Stoplight and Stop Sign Violation

  • Driving with no Insurance

  • Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License

  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident

  • Speeding in School Zones

  • Speeding in a Construction Zone

  • Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

  • Texting While Driving

  • Driving Without Seat Belts

  • Using a Cell Phone While Driving

  • Failure to Make a Report of Vehicle Accident

  • Street Racing

  • Parking Tickets

  • and much more

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Contact Info

Call Today: (773) 775-5050

Mon-Fri: 9:30AM–5:30PM

Sat: 9:30AM–2PM

5945 N Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60646

Phone: (773) 775-5050

Law Offices of Mark Sciblo, P.C.
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