Archive, November 2021.
In Illinois, several different traffic violations and criminal offenses can lead to driver’s license suspension or revocation. One of the most common causes of driver’s license suspension or revocation is driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI). Losing your ability to drive can make it difficult or nearly impossible to get to and from work, attend appointments, and fulfill other important responsibilities. Fortunately, Illinois has programs in place for individuals who need to regain driving privileges after a DUI.
Posted in Criminal Law
Robbery involves theft with the use or threat of physical force. Illinois takes violent crimes very seriously, and robbery is considered a felony offense. Punishable by years or even decades in prison, it is one of the most harshly penalized crimes in Illinois law. If you or a loved one were accused of robbery or armed robbery, seek guidance from an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Your lawyer will help you build a strong legal strategy and represent you throughout the criminal proceedings.
Posted in Violent Crimes