Defend Your Freedom And Your License
Have you been arrested for driving under the influence or DUI?
If you have been charged with DUI you already know that this is a serious criminal offense. In Illinois, a conviction for misdemeanor DUI could mean up to 364 days in the county jail, a fine up to $2,500 and a loss of your driving privileges.
And if this isn’t bad enough, if you are charged with a felony DUI, the penalties can be much more severe. If you are convicted of a felony DUI a judge could sentence you to the Illinois Department of Corrections—the penitentiary—and can fine you up to $25,000.00. And of course, if you are convicted of a felony DUI, the Secretary of State will revoke your driver’s license.
But if you have been charged with a misdemeanor DUI or a felony DUI, there are defenses that can be raised to challenge these charges. In my successful defense of countless DUI cases, I have found many different ways to attack the state’s case and to successfully defend my clients, from challenging an illegal stop or an illegal arrest to challenging the breath or blood test, to discrediting the testimony of the police officer or other witnesses, to showing that the prosecutor cannot prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that my client was under the influence.
While all DUI’s can be fought some clients prefer to resolve the charges without going to trial. This decision is completely understandable and if this is the decision of my client, then I will use all 25 years of my experience of dealing with Judges and prosecutors to get the best possible outcome for my client.
No matter your situation, I will use my 25 years of experience and I will aggressively defend you and your driver’s license and work to obtain the best possible outcome for you.
If you have been arrested for DUI, call me and schedule a free consultation and we will discuss your case, defenses that can be used in your case and your options. I will answer all your questions and explain how I can help you.
Remember, the right attorney can make the difference, call me, Adam Grosch, at 708-805-6789.