Archive, July 2018.
Cocaine is considered one of the most addictive of all controlled substances; second only to heroin. The drug has medical usefulness, such as during anesthesia, but on the streets, it is highly illegal. Cocaine not only has severe and lasting physical effects on the body but can also result in lasting legal repercussions. Illinois state laws and lawmakers have stiff penalties in place to deter residents from becoming involved. Here is what to expect should you face cocaine possession accusations in Illinois.
Posted in Drug Charges | Tagged cocaine posession drug charges DuPage County criminal defense lawyer DuPage drug crimes attorney Illinois drug laws
One of the perks of living in and around a big city is that everything is within walking or biking distance. Traditionally, with the better weather of summer months comes an increase in cyclists. We also find a correlating rise in the number of cycling while intoxicated cases. The incidents do not occur often enough for everyone to know the Illinois repercussions; however, the episodes are not entirely uncommon either.
Posted in DUI | Tagged cycling while intoxicated DUI charges DuPage County defense lawyer DuPage County DUI attorney Illinois DUI laws
Fewer people physically write out checks today than ever before. The plastic forms of payments are more convenient for quick payments. However, with the ease of payment comes a certain level of forgetfulness when it comes to balancing the checkbook. Even the small sums add up over time, reducing the overall amount of available funds. Mistakes happen when obligations are overlooked, sometimes resulting in what is known as a “ bounced check.” If this happens in Illinois, you could face criminal charges.
Posted in Criminal Law | Tagged bad check laws bank fraud bounced checks DuPage County defense attorney nonsufficient funds
When is the last time you checked the validity of your driver’s license? For most people, your license is in good standing. We assume that if our license is suspended, we would know. However, many Americans drive around daily with a suspended license without any idea that they are breaking the law. The Illinois Secretary of State suspends driving privileges for a variety of reason, and in some cases, there is no reason for anyone to let the driver know. Driving with a suspended license becomes a legal predicament if an officer pulls you over.
Posted in Traffic Law | Tagged driver’s license suspension DuPage County defense attorney Illinios driver license laws reasons for license suspension traffic violations