Aggravated Speeding Reduced to Petty Offense

Published: Jan 10, 2017, by Michael O'Meara in Traffic, Traffic Violations

A man was recently pulled over and charged with the traffic offense of aggravated speeding after going between 26 and 34 miles over the posted limit. While traveling at such a rate is not only dangerous, it is also a serious violation, carrying a likely license suspension and even possible time in jail. It was important for this individual to preserve his ability to drive as well as his freedom; therefore, he contacted Illinois traffic lawyer Michael O’Meara.

By utilizing his wide-ranging experience in Illinois traffic court and well-cultivated relationships, attorney O’Meara successfully convinced all the parties involved to amend his client’s aggravated speeding violation to a much less severe petty offense. Due to attorney O’Meara’s representation, his client protected his driver’s license and was excused from further concern.

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