How to Fight a DUI-Related Driver’s License Suspension

Did you know that you can lose your driver’s license just for being arrested for driving under the influence, even if you are not convicted of the crime of DUI? Failing or Refusing DUI Testing = Automatic License Suspension If a law enforcement officer has probable cause to believe you have been driving while intoxicated, you

Why You Can Get Multiple Tickets for One DUI

People arrested for driving under the influence will often walk out of the police station with two or three DUI tickets (different charges for the same DUI). But, a person can only be convicted once for a single drunk driving incident. So why would the police write up multiple charges (tickets)? Seven DUI Charges Are Possible in

The Dangers of Fake IDs, Part Two: Making or Selling a Fake ID

In colleges across the country, classes have begun and first time university students are taking all the excitement that higher education has to offer. Along with studying and classes, many college students also take the opportunity away from their parents to experiment with alcohol. Underage students who are not legally allowed to buy alcohol may

The Dangers of Fake IDs, Part One: Using a Fake ID

For many, one of the most memorable parts of attending a college or university is going out to bars and restaurants with friends. Traditional college students start their courses around age 18 while the drinking age in the United States is 21. Students must, therefore, wait to patronize certain establishments for several years while older

As the Holiday Season Approaches – Don’t Drink and Drive

In Chicago, the warm summer months have given way to cooler fall weather. This can mean only one thing: soon it will be the holiday season. While children prepare their Halloween costumes and treat bags, many adults are preparing for holiday parties and work get-togethers. A good percentage of these holiday events will involve alcohol.

Guilt Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

In the American criminal justice system, a suspect is presumed to innocent until the government proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the suspect has committed a crime. Obviously, the most debatable part of that is “beyond a reasonable doubt.” What types of doubts are reasonable? And, reasonable doubt by whom? If you or someone you love

School Bus Math: Illegal Passing = Fines + License Suspension

If you are driving down the road and see a school bus stop to drop off kids, do you know what to do? If you fail to respond correctly, you could find yourself facing an expensive traffic ticket Illinois School Bus Laws Illinois Law (625 ILCS 5/11-1414) provides specific rules for approaching, overtaking, and passing a

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