No Valid Driver’s License
The controlling Illinois Statute is: 625 ILCS 5/6‑101(a) which provides as follows:
“No person, except those expressly exempted by Section 6‑102, shall drive any motor vehicle upon a highway in this State unless such person has a valid license or permit, or a restricted driving permit, issued under the provisions of this Act.”
Driving with no valid Illinois driver’s license is a Class B Misdemeanor. The range of penalties is up to 6 months in jail, 24 months probation, conditional discharge or court supervision and/or fines up to $1,500.00.
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The state treats all traffic offenses as very serious matters. At the Lawler Brown Law Firm we understand that our legal representation must tailor to your specific life situation. You should feel confident in knowing you hired the right Defense Attorney to best represent your specific needs. No attorney can guarantee the outcome of a case. But rest assured, I will fight to ensure the best possible resolution in your case. Contact our office today for a FREE consultation.
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