Informal and Formal Driver License Reinstatement Hearings in Illinois

Contrary to what some people believe, driving is a privilege, not a right. This means that the state that issued your driver’s license has the right to take it away if necessary. There are many situations that can cause you to lose your license in Illinois, but one of the most common reasons people lose

Understanding Illinois Law Regarding Telephone and Electronic Harassment

At what point does thoughtless, obnoxious behavior cross the line to become a crime of telephone or electronic harassment? Consider the following situations: A person makes repeated phone calls to another with the intent to harass them, whether the calls involve any conversation, just hanging up, making abusive or threatening statements, or making obscene comments or

I Was Arrested But the Police Did Not Read Me My Miranda Rights. Now What?

If you have watched police shows or movies, you probably know that you have the right to remain silent if and when you are ever arrested, right? In fact, the officer who arrests you must remind you of that right—as well as a few others—immediately upon taking you custody. While you do have the right to

Traffic Stop Case Highlights the Importance of Reasonable Suspicion

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees the right of all citizens to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures. When the Fourth Amendment is referenced in a criminal case, it is often used to challenge the legality of a police search of a person’s property or the seizure of evidence found during such

Illinois DUI Arrests

Most people know that it is against the law to drink and drive. Anyone who is caught operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated can be charged with driving under the influence (DUI) and lose their driving privileges. In most circumstances, DUI laws are straightforward. A person who has a blood alcohol content (BAC) of over 0.08 percent

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