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Timothy J. Fiscella

Timothy J. Fiscella

Aggressive, Reliable, and Affordable Traffic and DUI Defense
  • DUI & DWI, Traffic Tickets, Criminal Law...
  • Illinois
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Summary

Mr. Fiscella has owned and operated his own firm since 2007. During that time, he has helped hundreds of clients charged with DUIs and other traffic related offenses.

Mr. Fiscella has a track record of success at trial, litigating motions to suppress evidence and statements, and working out other favorable resolutions for his clients. He is focused on client communication and takes pride in being available via telephone, email, or even text.

Mr. Fiscella's practice is primarily focused in Dupage, Cook and surrounding Illinois counties but he has represented clients in matters throughout Northern Illinois.

Practice Areas
  • DUI & DWI
  • Traffic Tickets
  • Criminal Law
  • Domestic Violence
  • Appeals & Appellate
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    We accept contingency fees for civil cases involving police brutality, excessive force, malicious prosecution etc.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Illinois
7th Circuit
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Owner
Law Office of Timothy J. Fiscella
Current
Mr. Fiscella opened his criminal defense practice in 2007 and has been defending individuals charged with criminal and traffic offenses in northern Illinois counties and Federal Court since then.
Education
University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
B.S. (2007) | Finance
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Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
J.D. (2007) | Law
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Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
J.D. (2007) | Law
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Awards
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Selected to Rising Stars: 2013 - 2019
Professional Associations
Illinois State Bar # 6292807
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Secures Case Dismissal after Evidentiary Hearing
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Website
Fiscella Law Website
Legal Answers
8 Questions Answered

Q. I was doing 40 over on my way to OHare, I live in Wisconsin and they want me to show up in court in 2 weeks.
A: Do not ignore the ticket. If you do you will end up with a warrant for your arrest and probably a suspended license. You need to contact a local lawyer as soon as possible.
Q. can u fight tickets that u received that were not you driving at the time but suspended your dl.
A: That is a complicated issue that sometimes comes up when there has been identity theft. There probably is a way to get those taken off your driving record and clear that suspension from your license but it will not be easy. I would contact an attorney in the Springfield area to help you with this process.
Q. How can I get this to disappear off my record
A: You have a serious case here which can impact your driving privileges. It is also technically a misdemeanor offeense as charged. You need to consult with a lawyer. The goal ultimately would be to try and get it reduced to a petty offense but that will not be easy given the speed.
Q. Do i have to go back to court after paying my 1st speeding ticket today?
A: Normally if you're taking driving safety school you would have to return to court to show proof of completion. You should double check with the clerk's office.
Q. I got 1 speeding ticket and I paid 120.00 for it but I got a failure to reduce speed ticket can I keep my licence.
A: Probably, however, this ticket needs to be handled properly. Normally, license suspension/revocations occur when you receive multiple convictions. If you are eligible to receive "court supervision" and do in fact receive it on this citation that should keep the Secretary of State from suspending your privileges.
Q. Driving on revoked license ticket also going 35 over ticket. Havent been to court yet.Will i be locked up 1st court
A: If you were already released on bond you would normally not be taken into custody unless you somehow violated the conditions of your bond. However, it is possible the prosecutor's office would seek to increase your bond depending on the cause of your revocation and other factors. Typically however, you would be given an opportunity to seek legal counsel.
Q. I got court supervision 3month + $335 fine + another court date. Is the fine mandatory or just if I fail supervision?
A: You should check with your attorney or the clerk's office. However, the fine is usually a condition of the supervision and not waived. Sounds like you will have to pay that unless you were told otherwise by the court.
Q. Got pulled over going 82 in a 55. This is my first ticket ever. What do you think will happen, im a 20 year old girl..
A: Exceeding the posted speed limit by 26 mph or more is considered a misdemeanor offense. It is certainly more serious than your typical traffic ticket and can have serious consequences for your driving privileges. While jail time is technically possible it is extremely, extremely rare unless there are other aggravating factors. Most likely you are looking at some form of driver safety school, perhaps community service and a fine.
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