Other Moving Violations
The Constitution of the United States allows for you to be represented by a lawyer in a court of law. The reason for this is that most people are not familiar with the law. The police, the judges and the prosecutors are. They will not tell you about the ins and outs of traffic law or the wide range in potential penalties. Police and prosecutors will not tell you how to get your ticket charge reduced or dismissed. You need a skilled traffic lawyer for that. Why take the risk of long-term costly consequences? I am attorney Alan E. Jones, and I have more than 30 years of experience fighting traffic tickets. If you were pulled over in Waukegan or anywhere in Lake County, call (847) 336-3900 today or contact me online for a free initial consultation.Defense of Reckless Driving and Other Moving Violations
Charged with reckless driving? Illinois drivers are often impatient, but impatience is not the same as recklessness. Reckless driving is broadly defined as operating your vehicle in a way that demonstrates a wanton disregard for the safety of others, but officers have a great deal of leeway in deciding what that is. Weaving in and out of traffic or even failure to signal could get you charged with reckless driving.
I have been practicing traffic law defense for more than 30 years. As a longtime member of the Traffic Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association and a former chair of that advisory board, I bring that experience to every case I take, and I am uniquely qualified to represent you.
You can count on my straightforward, thorough and effective defense for all types of traffic-related cases. Among the many moving violations I have successfully defended against are:
- Driving without a license or insurance
- Running a stop sign or a red light
- Failure to yield
- Making an illegal U-turn
- Hit and run or leaving an accident scene
- Construction zone infractions
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Reckless homicide
- And others
I also help out-of-state drivers who have had their licenses suspended or revoked due to infractions in Illinois.Contact Me Now for a Free Initial Consultation
I will take the time to sit down and listen to you, explain to you how the law works, and discuss your options with you. To schedule your free initial consultation to discuss your traffic violations defense and how I can help, please call (847) 336-3900 today. You may also contact me online through this website.
All major credit cards accepted. Flat fee for most cases.