Driving Under the Influence
A person can be charged with Driving Under the Influence in Illinois when he or she drives a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or any combination of drugs that renders a person incapable of safely driving. A conviction for DUI on your record can result in the revocation of your driver's license, high fines and court costs, and lengthy jail sentences. In Southern Illinois, protecting your privilege to drive a vehicle is crucial due to rural areas with a lack of available public transportation options. Amanda Levanti has extensive knowledge of the DUI laws and procedures in Illinois and she will help you obtain the best possible outcome in your DUI case. Contact Levanti Law today for a free consultation.
Driving While License Suspended/Driving While License Revoked
If you have been charged with driving with a suspended or revoked driver's license, you could potentially be facing mandatory jail time if convicted. Driving while license suspended or revoked can also be enhanced to felony offenses for certain individuals. In addition to these penalties, each offense of driving while license suspended or revoked can make it harder for someone to get his or her license reinstated. Contact Levanti Law today to have Amanda Levanti provide you with exceptional representation in your driving while license suspended or revoked case.
Reckless Driving / Fleeing and Eluding a Police Officer
Amanda Levanti represents clients with charges of Reckless Driving or Fleeing and Eluding a Police Officer. Amanda Levanti gives each case individual attention it deserves and will advocate for you and ensure your rights are protected in court. Contact Levanti Law today for a free consultation.
Petty Traffic Offenses
If you have received a petty traffic ticket for an offense such as speeding, improper lane usage, disobeying a traffic control device, or improper operation of an ATV and you want an attorney who has comprehensive knowledge of the Illinois traffic laws to help advise you of the best way to handle your citation, then contact Levanti Law today for a free consultation.
Operating Uninsured Vehicle
If you received a citation for operating an uninsured vehicle, it is important that you are aware of potential consequences such having your driver's license suspended, high mandatory fines and court costs, and increased insurance rates. Amanda Levanti can advise you of the best way to proceed in handling your citation for operating an uninsured vehicle. Contact Levanti Law today.
Commercial Driver's License
If you have a Commercial Driver's License, then your livelihood probably depends on you being able to drive in the State of Illinois. CDL holders who receive a citation for any traffic violation, even if the citation was received while driving their personal vehicle, may face obstacles when attempting to renew their Commercial Driver's License. Contact Levanti Law today to find out the best way to handle your traffic citation and maintaining your Commercial Driver's License and quality of life.