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Illinois traffic attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what to do if you are pulled over for a DUI in Illinois.
In this article, our DuPage DUI attorneys explain what to do if you are pulled over for a DUI. We discuss the penalty for first-offense DUIs and how to respond to police questions if you are pulled over. Our DuPage DUI attorneys also discuss whether to submit to a breathalyzer. If you refuse a breathalyzer, your license will automatically be suspended for at least 12 months. This is called a statutory summary suspension. If this is your first offense and you submit to the test and blow above a 0.08 blood alcohol content, you may have your driver’s license suspended for 6 months, but you may also be eligible for court supervision.
In this Learn About Law episode, Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the difference between misdemeanor and aggravated DUIs.
In this article, our DuPage DUI lawyers discuss aggravated DUIs. First offense DUIs are a Class A misdemeanor carrying a maximum sentence of one year in prison. However there are several situations that could cause your DUI to become a felony aggravated DUI. Aggravated DUIs have typical jail sentences of between one year and three years in prison. Our DuPage DUI attorneys explain the different factors that cause a DUI to become an aggravated DUI, including driving without a driver’s license or while your license is suspended or revoked and driving drunk in a school zone.
DuPage County traffic attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what to do if you're arrested in Illinois
Our DuPage County DUI & DWI attorneys discuss the criminal process in Illinois and what you should and SHOULD NOT do when your arrested for any offense in Illinois. If you're in the unfortunate position of being arrested or detained in Illinois, you need to know your rights in order for your attorney to put your case in the best possible position. We explain what to say and what not to say when under arrest or detained. Our Illinois DUI attorneys will use every defense to allow you to keep your freedoms and ensure you're defense is given the attention it deserves.