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DUI, Traffic & Criminal

Can a Mother Still Get Child Support if the Father is in Jail? | Illinois Child Support When the Obligor is in Prison

can you get child support from someone in prison?

In this article, we will answer the question, “can a mother still get child support if the father is in jail?”  The answer to this question is yes, a child support recipient may still receive child support even if the obligor is in jail.  For an in-depth explanation of Illinois child support laws, check out our article: Illinois Child Support 2018.

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What are the Penalties for a DUI if the Driver is Under 21?

Illinois Zero-Tolerance Policy for Underage Drinking and Driving

In this article, we will explain the penalties a driver under the age of 21 years old faces if he or she is convicted of a DUI in Illinois. We will also provide an explanation of Illinois Zero-Tolerance Policy and the implications it has on underage drivers caught with alcohol in their system while driving.

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What is the Difference Between a DUI, DWI and OWI in Illinois? | What is an Aggravated DWI?

DWI Explained

What is the distinction between a DUI, DWI, adn OWI?  Some states may use DWI (driving while intoxicated or driving while impaired) or OWI (Operating While Intoxicated), instead of DUI (driving under the influence), depending on the circumstances surrounding the arrest.  However, Illinois does not make this distinction, and only uses the term “Driving Under the Influence.”

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