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Elmhurst DUI attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains aggravated DUIs.
In this article, our Elmhurst DUI lawyers explain aggravated DUIs. We discuss the difference in penalties between a first-offense standard DUI and an aggravated DUI. Without aggravating factors, a DUI is typically a Class A misdemeanor carrying a maximum sentence of one year of prison time. An aggravated DUI is a felony with a greater maximum sentence and a minimum sentence of 10 days in jail or 480 hours of community service. We explain the different factors that can lead to an aggravated DUI, including multiple DUIs and accidents causing great bodily harm.
Elmhurst DUI attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what to do if you are pulled over for a DUI.
In this article, our Elmhurst DUI attorneys explain what to do if you are pulled over for a DUI. We explain how to respond to police questioning in order to put your lawyer in the best position to effectively defend your case. The only information that you are required to give the police when you are pulled over is identifying information for yourself and your vehicle. We also discuss the pros and cons of submitting to a breathalyzer test.
Our Elmhurst DUI attorneys explain how to pick the best attorney for your DUI matter.
In this article, our Elmhurst DUI lawyers explain Illinois DUI law. We discuss who may be eligible for court supervision and what you must do in order to receive court supervision, such as pay fines, undergo an alcohol evaluation, attend a victim impact panel, and perform community service. We also explain license revocation if you have had two or more DUIs. Finally, we explain statutory driver’s license suspension for failure to submit to a breathalyzer.