Traffic Violations Could Become Serious Criminal Matters
Certain traffic offenses may seem minor at first, but if you get a couple in a short period of time, you could face serious consequences. Attorney Michael Baker at Spector | Baker Attorneys and Counselors at Law has been providing experienced criminal defense representation for years. He fully understands how to protect your best interests and your right to drive.
Question on a speeding ticket, DUI or traffic stop? Mr. Baker can help. Contact the firm’s Cook County law offices for guidance.
Representation In All Types Of Traffic Offenses
Spector | Baker Attorneys and Counselors at Law helps people through any type of traffic violation, including:
Obtaining too many tickets in a 12-month period can result in you losing your driver’s license. It can result in other severe consequences too. Do not let your traffic violations change your life. Consulting with an experienced criminal defense lawyer will help you to greatly protect your future and your ability to drive.
When Does Speeding Become A Misdemeanor?
Driving 26 miles per hour or over the posted speed limit is seen as a misdemeanor in Illinois. The consequences are much more serious than your average ticket and may include the suspension of your driver’s license. It is important to get a lawyer in your corner who knows how to defend against charges like these.
Law enforcement has stepped up how much they patrol for speeding tickets in recent years. If you find yourself facing misdemeanor charges for speeding, let Mr. Baker provide you with the advocacy you need.
Request A Free Consultation For A Ticket Or DUI Charge
For skilled guidance through Chicagoland traffic ticket issues, contact the law firm online. You may also schedule a consultation with Michael E. Baker at 312-782-4640.