Things You Should Know About a First Time DUI Offense

Author: MatadorAdmin Posted on: . Filed in: Criminal Law, DUI.

Criminal Defense Attorney One evening after a hard day at work, you and your friends decide to go out for a few drinks. A few drinks turn into a few too many and soon enough you are intoxicated. You need to get home to your family and make the poor decision to get behind the… Read More »

3 Ways to Dispute a DUI Charge

Author: lawyeradmin Posted on: . Filed in: DUI.

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Do you believe you may have been wrongly charged with a DUI?  While we don’t condone drinking and driving, there are ways you may be able to dispute the charge.  Police officers and their equipment can make mistakes and unfairly charge you for a DUI.  A good lawyer can assess your case and find any… Read More »

What you need to know about license revocation & suspension in Illinois

Author: Joe Pioletti Posted on: . Filed in: DUI.

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People make mistakes every minute of every day. Admittedly, some mistakes are more serious than others.  And, all mistakes come with their own set of consequences.  Not all of us have made the mistake of driving while impaired, but for those of us who have and who have been caught, it means a lot of… Read More »

NTSB Urges States to Lower Blood Alcohol Standard for DUI Laws

Author: Joe Pioletti Posted on: . Filed in: DUI.

NTSB wants changes to DUI Laws

Since being created in 1967, originally as part of the Department of Transportation (since 1975, it’s been a five-member independent agency), the National Traffic Safety Board (NTSB) has performed many useful functions. First and foremost, it investigates major accidents involving the nation’s roads, rails, airways, waterways, and pipelines. The agency also conducts studies on safety… Read More »

Illinois Sees More Than 200 New Laws Take Effect in 2016

Author: Joe Pioletti Posted on: . Filed in: DUI, Uncategorized.

As of January 1, 2016, a total of 237 new laws hit the books thanks to the combined efforts of Illinois lawmakers and Gov. Bruce Rauner. The new laws address a number of subjects that have made headlines in the past year like use of force by police, synthetic drugs, and medical marijuana. Many different… Read More »