Aggravated Speeding in Illinois
Have A Former Prosecutor On Your Side
If you have been cited for speeding in excess of 26 mph over the posted
speed limit, not only will you be given a traffic ticket for aggravated
speeding, you will be charged with a crime. That is why it is imperative
to obtain legal representation from an experienced and reliable Arlington
Heights criminal defense attorney.
At Ahmad Law Firm, our legal team is prepared to protect your rights, reputation
and freedom. As a former prosecutor, our founding lawyer can provide you
with the advantage of extensive insight from both sides of the courtroom.
Aggravated Speeding Penalties
Due to the increased dangers demonstrated by drivers who are driving at
high speeds, the state laws have made the punishments for aggravated speeding
harsher than lesser speeding crimes. Speeding between 26 and 35 mph over
the speed limit is considered a Class B misdemeanor, which is punishable
by a maximum jail sentence of six months, two years of probation and a
fine of up to $1,500. Speeding at 36 mph or more over the speed limit
is a Class A misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum jail term of one year,
up to two years of probation (formal supervision) and a fine of up to $2,500.
Let Our Arlington Heights Criminal Defense Attorney Fight For You
An aggravated speeding conviction can result in jail time, probation, fines,
license suspension or revocation, increased insurance rates and a permanent
mark on your criminal record. Our firm is dedicated to providing you with
the aggressive and customized defense necessary to get your life back on track.
Contact our criminal defense attorney today and schedule your consultation.
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