Committed Lawyers Defending Traffic Violations for Edwardsville Illinois Area Drivers
Have you been pulled over and ticketed for something you didn’t do? Are you looking to get that ticket off of your record to avoid insurance hikes? It’s time you called a local traffic lawyer that understands how to navigate traffic violation the law. At the Law Office of Robert Elovitz, we provide traffic law assistance to people in throughout the Edwardsville Illinois area including Alton, Belleville, Collinsville, Edwardsville, Granite City, O’Fallon & surrounding communities throughout Madison & St. Clair Counties. As a family-owned firm, we know that you have enough to worry about without having to pay tickets and extra insurance premiums. With that in mind, we’ll utilize our 25 years of experience to do all that we can to get this removed from your record. Learn more below!
Common Traffic Violations
When it comes to driving, there are many things that you can do wrong. From speeding to driving without proof of insurance, there’s and an endless number of things that an officer can ticket you for. Luckily, you can count on the friendly team at the Law Office of Robert Elovitz for help in minimizing the effects of these violations on you and your family. Read more below about the most common types of violations that we deal with, and call our staff to schedule a consultation!
Options for a Traffic Violation
When it comes to traffic violations, the officer will indicate on the citation if a court appearance is necessary or not. This is important in deciding how you will handle your specific case. Please read below about your options if you’re required to appear in court and what you can do if you’re not required to appear in court.
No Court Appearance Required
If your appearance in court is not required, it means you committed a minor offense. In these cases, you have three options for dealing with this problem.
Court Appearance Required
If a court appearance is required, it means that you committed more than a minor offense. In these cases, it still may be possible to get the ticket expunged from your record, depending on the citation, but you’ll probably need to hire a traffic law attorney to help you navigate these legal issues.
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