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Slower Speeding to Become Potential Jail Time in Illinois

Driving 26 mph Over the Speed Limit Now a Class B Misdemeanor
SPEEDERS BEWARE: Driving 26 mph in excess of the speed limit will now be a Class B misdemeanor in Illinois, effective January 1, 2014. The legislature amended the law to lower the cut-off speed from 31 mph to 26 mph.

Getting Your License Back - Challenging Breath Tests

Although there are serious criminal consequences of being charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, often the most punitive effect is losing your license. In Illinois this happens before you have either been convicted or acquitted of the offense of DUI. This method of losing your license is called a statutory summary suspension. and you have a very limited time to do something about it. Depending on the facts of your case, you may need to file a petition challenging the suspension. This procedure is called a Petition to Rescind Statutory Summary Suspension. For more on this see our Post Getting Your License Back - Challenging an Improper Traffic Stop.

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