If you drive more than 26 mph over the speed limit in Illinois, it is defined as Aggravated Speeding under Illinois law. An Aggravated Speeding charge is NOT a petty offense. It is a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, depending on the speed. This means that a conviction of Aggravated Speeding causes a criminal offense, not just a traffic ticket, to go on your record.
In the face of a misdemeanor speeding charge, it is crucial to have aggressive legal counsel in your corner. Attorney Daniel Nold has an extensive track record of securing favorable case results for clients that face such charges.