Our Peoria County criminal and drug offense attorneys know that when you're charged with a drug offense or DUI, you need the best representation possible to defend your rights and maintain your freedom. We will be your aggressive advocate during your matter to help you achieve the best possible outcome. for your Peoria County matter.
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In this video, our Peoria County drug offense lawyers explain what to do if you are pulled over for a DUI according to Peoria County laws.
In this article, our Peoria County drug offense attorneys discuss the rights you have if you find yourself pulled over on suspicion for a DUI in Peoria County.
We explain your rights and what you should and do NOT have to say to an officer. It's also important to know your rights if you've been charged with a DUI. If you fail to file a Petition for Hearing within 90 days of your arrest, your right to a hearing will be waived.
In this video, Peoria County DUI attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses what you need to know if you're pulled over for a DUI.
Hospitals typically perform blood plasma tests and is performed on a drawn blood sample after the solid cellular components have been separated. A legal blood test, however, is performed on whole blood.
In this article, our Peoria County DUI attorneys explain when, and how blood tests can be used as evidenced in a Peoria County DUI case. Drivers typically should not consent to a breathalyzer or field sobriety test when pulled over or arrested on suspicion of a DUI and also can refuse a blood test.
In this video, Peoria County DUI attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses under what circumstances a DUI becomes an aggravated DUI
When faced with a DUI, there are important points you need to know.