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Aggravated Speeding

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Aggravated Speeding Mundelein 2

Case Conclusion Date: June 20 2017   Practice Area: Misdemeanor Traffic   Outcome: Charges reduced and dismissed   Description: Mundelein (17 TR 35403 04)   Client a minor that was driving on a learners permit was charged with going 55 miles over the speed limit with no supervision in the vehicle. Prosecutor agreed to reduce the Aggravated Speeding charge and dismissed the Driving Without a Valid Driver's License charge. Client was placed on a period of supervision a non-conviction. "...

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Aggravated Speeding Downers Grove

Case Conclusion Date: April 10 2017   Practice Area: Aggravated Speeding   Outcome: Petition to Revoke Supervision Withdrawn   Description: Downers Grove (Case # 2014TR114490)   Client's Class A misdemeanor Aggravated Speeding charge was reduced to a petty offense and he received supervision. Client did not perform Alive at 25 Traffic School Program and the State sought leave to revoke the supervision and to reinstate charge as a misdemeanor. State withdrew the Petition to Revoke Supervision and client's supervision was terminated satisfactorily. "...

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Aggravated Speeding Mundelein

Case Conclusion Date: July 11 2017   Practice Area: Misdemeanor Traffic   Outcome: Misdemeanor Speeding was reduced to Petty Speeding and Supervision   Description: Mundelein (Case # 17 TR 42596)   Client was charged with misdemeanor Aggravated Speeding. Prosecutor agreed to reduce the misdemeanor to petty speeding and offered supervision (a non-conviction) in return for a guilty plea. '...

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Aggravated Speeding Skokie

Case Conclusion Date: July 20 2017   Practice Area: Misdemeanor Traffic   Outcome: Misdemeanor Speeding reduced to Petty Speeding   Description: Skokie (Case #EA358157-58)   Client was charged with Aggravated Speeding and Driving Without a Valid Drivers License. Aggravated Speeding was reduced to Petty Speeding and my client was placed on supervision a non-conviction and the Driving Without A Valid Drivers License charge was dismissed. '...

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Aggravated Speeding Rolling Meadows

Case Conclusion Date: July 18 2017   Practice Area: Misdemeanor Traffic   Outcome: Class A Misdemeanor Speeding reduced to Petty Speeding   Description: Rolling Meadows (Case #61743959)   Client was cited for driving at an excessive rate of speed. The prosecution agreed to reduce charge to Petty Speeding and client was placed on a period of supervision a non-conviction. '...

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