running a stop sign
what is the typical fine for running a stop sign in chicago?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: running a stop sign
It depends on your driving record. The fines can range anywhere from no fine to $100 or so. However, keep in mind that you will still need to be the court costs which are about $110+ depending on the court. At times, if you have an attorney present with you, they may be able to negotiate a no fine with teh State or Village attorney.
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