Archive, April 2019.
Losing your driving privileges after you have been arrested or convicted of a DUI in Illinois is not a difficult task. In fact, for most people arrested for DUI, it is automatic. If you fail a chemical test to determine your blood alcohol content (BAC) or you refuse to take a chemical test, your driver’s license will automatically be suspended by the Illinois Secretary of State’s office. For a majority of Americans, driving is an important privilege, without which they cannot go about their daily lives. The state of Illinois understands this, which is why there are options available to …
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged BAIID consequences of a DUI DUI breathalyzer test DUI conviction DUI drivers license suspension
In Illinois, driving while you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol can get you into a lot of trouble. Criminal charges and related consequences are not the only things that you can look forward to after you are arrested for DUI. In certain situations, you can also face administrative penalties for a DUI charge, which can affect your day-to-day life without even being convicted of a crime. The most notorious administrative penalty for DUI is what is called a statutory summary suspension. This can affect your ability to freely drive following a DUI arrest and can make your life more …
Posted in DUI | Tagged consequences of a DUI DUI defense attorney DUI drivers license suspension first time DUI license suspension
In the state of Illinois, all citizens have the right to protect themselves when they feel that they are in danger. This act is called self-defense and can sometimes be a person’s only option if put in situations where there is the threat of harm to oneself, his or her property, or other people.
Posted in Violent Crimes | Tagged aggravated assault assault and battery assault charges defending yourself self defense violent crime charges