McHenry Traffic Ticket Lawyer David B. Franks
Offices in McHenry, IL & Lake in the Hills, IL
You will make an unnecessary mistake if you simply mail in payment for your moving violation or CDL violation. This will result in the Secretary of State entering a conviction against you, which will appear on your driving record. This conviction will count toward the suspension of your license.
If you already have convictions on your driving record, or if you receive convictions later, and if these convictions occur within a 12-month period, your license will be suspended. A suspended license will affect your employment, and your ability to care for your family. In addition, your insurance company may raise your rates.
How An Attorney Can Help You
Attorney David B. Franks works on traffic cases regularly. He understands a good offer, and whether or not a plea arrangement will affect your driving privileges. He will appear with you in Court and discuss your case with the prosecutor and protect your rights. Attorney Franks will try to convince the prosecutor not to impose harsh penalties.
Attorney David B. Franks handles McHenry County traffic tickets, from non-moving violations to serious moving violations, including citations which may affect a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).
Attorney Franks handles DUI and CDL Violations in Algonquin, Barrington Hills, Boone County, Belvidere, Bull Valley, Cary IL, Crystal Lake, DeKalb County, City of DeKalb, Fox Lake, Fox River Grove, Greenwood, Harvard, Hebron, Holiday Hills, Huntley, Island Lake, Johnsburg, Lake in the Hills, Lakemoor, Marengo, McCullom Lake, Oakwood Hills, Port Barrington, Prairie Grove, Richmond, Ringwood, Spring Grove, Sycamore, Trout Valley, Union, Wonder Lake, Woodstock IL, Kane County, and McHenry County.
We provide a rigorous legal defense for:
- CDL Violations
- Moving Violations
- Teen Driving Violations
- Watercraft OUI / OWI
- Failure to Obey Traffic Signal
- Failure to Report an Accident
- Failure to Yield to Emergency Vehicle
- Overweight Cases
- Reckless Driving
- Revoked or Suspended License
- Statutory Summary Suspension
- Driving Uninsured Motor Vehicle
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- No Valid Driver’s License
- Passing School Bus