Owners of Mugshot Website Arrested on Extortion Charges

In today’s digital age, it is easier than ever before to access information about another person. Such access can be helpful when deciding whether a particular individual should be hired or just trusted, in general. The downside, however, is that the information that is often available may be misleading, incomplete, or damaging. In some cases,

How the Proposed .05 DUI Standard Would Affect Social Drinkers

As Illinois and other states across the country discuss the possibility of reducing the standard for DUI from .08 to .05 blood alcohol concentration (BAC), you might be wondering how such a change would affect the average citizen, the social drinker. Consumption Leading to .05 versus .08 BAC A good rule of thumb is that consuming two standard

Illinois Bank Cutting Ties With Medical Marijuana Industry

The landscape of the medical marijuana industry in Illinois could soon be changing as a major player has announced that it will be getting out of the game by next month. The announcement comes in the wake of indications by the Trump administration that it will be ending Obama-era leniency on the federal prosecution of marijuana

The Debate Over Making .05 the New Standard for DUI in Illinois

Should Illinois follow the recommendation of national safety experts to change the legal definition of drunk driving from a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 percent to .05 percent? This topic will be argued in many forums over the next few years. How Fast Is the National Drive Toward .05 Moving? The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) first

The Long-Term Impact of Illinois DUI Laws: .10 to .08, and soon .05?

In 1997, Illinois reduced the legal blood-alcohol limit for drivers from .10 to .08, the standard now used by all 50 states. Today, 20 years later, lawmakers are thinking about further reducing the legal blood-alcohol limit from .08 to .05. If you are wondering why, you are not alone. It is perfectly reasonable to ask

Should I Allow the Police to Search My Car Without a Warrant?

When you are stopped by the police for committing an alleged traffic violation, the officer is usually on high alert when he or she approaches your vehicle. The officer will likely ask you for your driver’s license, registration, and proof of insurance and may inquire as to why you think you were pulled over. While

Driving and DUI Rules for Medical Marijuana Users

Medical marijuana has made a huge difference in the lives of many Illinois residents who live with debilitating conditions and intractable pain. If you are a registered medical cannabis user and drive regularly, here are a few things you should know to avoid trouble with the law, including being arrested for driving under the influence (DUI).

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