Service to Schaumburg, Palatine, Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, and Buffalo Grove
Repeat traffic offenses, multiple DUI charges, speeding 35 miles per hour over the posted limit, and other forms of reckless driving greatly impact your driving record, to the point where you risk misdemeanor charges and license suspension. But when you are charged with aggravated driving on a suspended license, you face higher penalties, possible jail, and felony conviction.
At the Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley, located in Rolling Meadows, our traffic defense practice offers practical solutions to help you understand the legal consequences surrounding your arrest for aggravated driving on a license that was suspended. Attorney Chris Cosley is an experienced criminal defense attorney who focuses his law practice on defending clients for all types of misdemeanor and felony charges, including those offenses involving traffic violations.
Our law firm knows how to help people, and we explain, in great detail, what to expect when an aggravated driving arrest has been made while your license is suspended. We can tell you how the Illinois DMV point system works and even though driving while your license is suspended is a Class A misdemeanor, aggravated driving on a suspended license is a felony crime that could lead to a maximum 7 year prison sentence and fines as great as $25,000.
If you or someone you know has been charged for aggravated driving on a suspended license, contact the Law Offices of Christopher M. Cosley to schedule a free initial consultation. We represent clients in the cities of Arlington Heights, Rolling Meadows, Palatine, Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, Barrington, South Barrington, Des Plaines, Hanover Park, Rosemont, Mount Prospect, Elk Grove, Streamwood, and Schiller Park. Call 847-394-3200.