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Glendale Heights Field Court: Contesting Traffic Violations

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Glendale-Heights-Field-Court-DuPage-County.jpgDrivers who receive traffic violations may not realize that a violation will be part of their driving record. Moreover, depending on the amount of the fine and/or penalties the court may impose, the price of the ticket can be expensive. Additionally, each violation adds points to a driving record which can cause a driver's car insurance rate to spike. If a driver receives too many moving violations, then he or she could end up having his or her driver’s license suspended or revoked. Therefore, it is important for drivers to retain the services of a traffic violations attorney who will fight any Glendale Heights traffic violations in court.

Glendale Heights Field Court

The Glendale Heights Field Court is located at the 300 Civic Center Plaza, on East Fullerton Ave, Glendale Heights. The courtroom is located on the second floor in City Hall for the Village of Glendale Heights.

If a driver receives a traffic violation from law enforcement from one of the following towns, he or she would go to the Glendale Heights Field Court to contest that ticket:

  • Bartlett;
  • Bloomingdale;
  • Carol Stream;
  • College of DuPage;
  • Glen Ellyn;
  • Glendale Heights;
  • Itasca;
  • Lombard; and
  • Roselle.

Coming to Court

There are important rules that everyone entering the Glendale Heights Field Court must abide by. The court does not allow cell phones, cameras, or other electronic devices in court. There is also a ban on firearms, knives, razors, and other sharp objects such as silverware, tools, aerosols, biohazard materials, caustic or flammable materials, or any other item courthouse personnel deem as dangerous or inappropriate.

When appearing before a judge for any reason, you want to make sure that you are dressed nicely. This shows the court you are being respectful. In addition, as much as you may think your child is well-behaved, do not bring any children to court.

Make sure you bring all related documents and paperwork to court on the day you are to appear. Arrive early and prepared. Your traffic violations attorney will advise you if there is anything else you need to bring.

Advocating for Clients

If you received a traffic violation, an experienced and knowledgeable DuPage County traffic violations attorney can help. To find out what your legal rights and options are for fighting that violation, contact Attorney Clarissa R.E. Myers who has aggressively represented thousands of clients for over a decade in multiple Illinois counties. Call 844-984-3529 today.

Sources:

https://www.dupageco.org/Courts/Facilities/2395/

https://www.dupageco.org/Courts/2381/

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