A DUI can be costly, embarrassing and interfere with your driver’s license and your employment. Therefore, it is essential to hire an attorney who will review your case for your best possible defense and not simply plea you out on the first court date.

Did police have probable cause to stop you? If not, I can ask the court to suppress damaging evidence from your arrest.

Can the state prove both elements of a DUI beyond a reasonable doubt: 1) that you were driving and 2) that you were impaired. If the police came to the scene of an accident, the state may lack witnesses to your driving. If you performed field sobriety tests, the police video may show that you did well on the tests.

After a DUI arrest, the Illinois Secretary of State usually suspends your license on the 46th day. I may be able to petition the court to overturn that suspension. Your chances of saving your license improve if you act promptly.

Even if the cards are stacked against you, I can help negotiate a more favorable plea agreement than you could on your own.

Contact Matt Keenan at 1-847-568-0160 for more information.

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