School Zone Violations
Addressing Traffic Violations in School Zones
Lawmakers in Illinois are serious about protecting children. Accordingly, a conviction for speeding in a school zone can carry serious penalties. To avoid the penalties, you must avoid the conviction.
If you have been issued a ticket for speeding in a school zone, speak with a knowledgeable attorney before you take action. At the law firm of Stephen A. Brundage, Attorney at Law, I provide skilled legal representation for people who have been accused of traffic violations in school zones.
Contact my firm today for a free consultation to discuss your options. From my office in Wheaton, Illinois, I routinely represent clients in DuPage, Cook, and Kane counties.
Experienced Defense Representation
For over 25 years, I have provided skilled legal representation for people accused of crimes, including traffic violations. Prior to my career as an attorney, I spent 9 years in law enforcement, as a police officer and police commissioner.
As a result of this experience, I am familiar with the police procedure, as well as the realities of police operations and I am prepared to challenge traffic violations in school zones.
The Consequences of Traffic Violations in School Zones
Many people opt to pay the fine for a traffic violation in a school zone without realizing the long-term potential effects of this decision.
Regardless of your driving record, a conviction for speeding in a school zone may result in a suspension of your driver's license. Even if your driver's license isn't suspended, a conviction for speeding in a school zone is likely to raise your insurance rates. To effectively protect your driving privileges, it is important to work with a lawyer who understands these potential consequences - and who understands how these consequences can be avoided or lessened.
Contact my offices today to schedule a free consultation regarding your legal concerns.