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How to Beat a DUI and Why You Need an Attorney
How to Beat a DUI and Why You Need an Attorney

Being charged with a DUI is an overwhelming and frightening experience. Oftentimes, people tend to feel resigned to defeat and assume that a charge will lead most certainly lead to a conviction. This is far from the truth, however. DUI charges are frequently successfully ...

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Blog posts in DUI

  • What Are My Rights at a DUI Checkpoint?

    Every year, over 41,900 motorists are arrested for driving under the influence in the state of Illinois, according to the Illinois Department of ...

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  • What is the Open Container Law in Illinois?

    Every state has container laws that place restrictions on alcohol-related containers. In Illinois, container laws prohibit the consumption or ...

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  • Are Chemical Blood Tests Always Accurate?

    When a person faces DUI charges they tend to believe that they have no chance of fighting it, especially if chemical blood tests are involved. We ...

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  • Smart Ways to Get Home Safe & Avoid a DUI

    A DUI can be a potentially serious offense and, if you have previously been convicted of one, subsequent offenses can pack even harsher penalties. ...

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  • Do I Have to Take a Field Sobriety Test?

    After being stopped by a police officer who suspects you are driving under the influence, one of the first things he or she is likely to ask is to ...

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  • Can the Police Take My Blood Without a Warrant in a Suspected DUI Case?

    If you have ever been pulled over by a police officer under the suspicion of a DUI , you are likely aware of how stressful this situation can be. In ...

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  • False DUI Readings & Mouth Alcohol

    Breath tests are one of the most common pieces of evidence used in DUI cases. However, it is also one of the most unreliable. Mouth alcohol is ...

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  • Bicycling Under the Influence

    In Illinois, bicyclists are expected to adhere to the same laws and rules of the road as motorists. So does that mean DUI laws are applicable as well? ...

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  • How Long Does a Traffic Ticket Stay On Your Driving Record in IL?

    According to Illinois law, traffic tickets for moving violations will remain on your driving record for four to five years from the date of ...

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