• Traffic Law Attorneys serving Alton, Illinois

    Have you been issued a ticket for something that you didn’t do? Need help in getting it removed from your record? Call a local traffic lawyer that has the experience that you need. At the Law Office of Robert Elovitz, we provide traffic law assistance to people in Alton, IL and throughout the surrounding areas. As a family-owned firm, we know that you can’t afford to have your premiums go up, and we’re here to provide legal assistance that gives you the best chance at having that ticket taken off of your record. With over 25 years of experience, we’ve seen and handled all sorts of traffic violations, and we can help you. Call us for a consultation on your needs!

  • Traffic Lawyers Alton, Illinois

    People in the Alton, IL area know that they can trust us for all their traffic law problems and assistance needs. In fact, they know that our firm offers access to an experienced traffic lawyer that can help navigate this difficult area of the law. Whether it’s a speeding ticket, you didn’t deserve or a traffic ticket that you can’t afford, we can help expunge a wide variety of things from your driving record including moving violation and non-moving violations. Please contact our staff for more details and the help you need, today!

  • Types of Traffic Violations

    At our law office, we can help get rid of a variety of types of tickets from your record. However, the process varies depending on the type of citation and the severity of the charge. Below are the types of traffic violations that we can assist you with:

    • Moving Violations
    • Non-Moving Violations
    • DUI
    • DWI
    • Speeding
    • Driving Without a License
    • Driving Without Insurance
    • Reckless Driving
    • Failure to Signal
    • Failure to Stop
    • Construction Zone Violations
    • Seat Belt Violations

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    • Options for Paying Tickets

      When it comes to traffic tickets, these are not written in stone. In fact, there are quite a few options. First, you need to figure out if a court appearance is necessary – this will be marked on your citation. If necessary, you’ll need to hire an attorney o help with this. If it’s not necessary, you have the following options for dealing with your ticket!

      Option #1 – First, you can accept the ticket, plead guilty and pay the fine. In this case, a conviction will go on your record.
      Option #2 – You can also plead guilty and request court supervision. This means that you’ll be driving on probation essentially, and after a certain period of time, your violation will be expunged from your record.
      Option #3 – If you did not commit this act, you might want to plead not guilty and request a trial. However, you must be able to prove that you didn’t do what you were ticketed for, and you may need to hire a traffic lawyer.