The Illinois Drivers License Point System
Kane County License Suspension Defense Attorneys
The addition of points to your drivers license can mean license suspension and increased insurance rates. If you've been accused of a traffic violation, you need to know how adding points to your license will affect you and your driving record.
To speak to an experienced Illinois traffic violation defense attorney, call the Law Office of Glenn M. Sowa, LLC today at 630-232-1780 or contact us online. Our firm has decades of experience defending those accused of traffic infractions in Illinois.
Helping You Understand the Point System
Depending on the situation, the amount of points added to your driving record may vary, as well as how many points you may receive before your license is suspended or revoked. Usually, the more severe a violation, the more points will be accumulated. For example, a hit-and-run charge will carry more points than an average speeding ticket.
It's also possible for your license to be suspended or revoked before you've received the limit of points, such as for crimes like DUI/DWI or intent to harm with a motor vehicle.
If you need to reduce the number of points you receive on your license, call the Law Office of Glenn M. Sowa, LLC at 630-232-1780 or contact us online.
When you've been accused of a traffic violation, you have all of the rights of any criminal defendant. Make sure you pursue all of your legal options by consulting with a skilled and experienced traffic violation defense lawyer.