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DUI

Most people do not realize that if you are caught driving drunk, and you do not have a license or insurance, then you will be charged with a felony. This rule negatively affects many of our clients.

DISMISSED

Markham

A Park Forest Police Officer pulled our client over for a minor traffic violation. Because of our client’s driving background he was charged with a felony. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. P.
Felony Driving on Revoked License

NOT GUILTY

Bridgeview

Burbank Police stated they attempted to pull our client over for a traffic violation and then our client took the police on a high speed chase.  After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. S.
Aggravated Fleeing and Eluding

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police responded to a traffic accident and reported they saw our client standing by his car swaying, stumbling & smelling of alcohol.  The police further stated that he failed all field sobriety tests. Based on our client’s driving background he was charged with a felony. After a bench trial he was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. R.
Felony Aggravated DUI

DISMISSED

Bridgeview

Evergreen Park Police pulled over our client and for minor traffic violations and discovered he was revoked. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was dismissed.

People v. R.
Felony Driving on Revoked License

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Our client was driving his car at a high rate of speed late at night and lost control striking an unmarked Chicago Police car. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. S.
Felony Aggravated DUI

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Skokie

Chicago Police reported that they observed our client parked on the sidewalk. As they approached they stated our client drove in an erratic manner. Police curbed his vehicle and made him perform field sobriety tests. Based on his bad background, our client was facing a minimum of six years in the penitentiary. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY of the DUI.

People v. H.
Felony Aggravated DUI

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Skokie

Chicago Police approached our client while he was sitting in the driver’s seat, engine running, drinking a Modelo beer. Police removed our client from the car and made him perform field sobriety tests. Because our client did not have a license, he was charged with a felony DUI. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY

People v. A.
Aggravated Felony DUI

REDUCED TO

MISDEMEANOR
26th & California

Based on our client’s extensive driving record, Chicago Police charged him with a felony driving on revoked license. We opened up many of our client’s previous cases and were able to clear up his background to where we were able to convince the State’s Attorney to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor.

People v. H.
Felony Driving on Revoked License

NOT GUILTY

Markham Courthouse

Chicago Height’s Police pulled over our client’s vehicle for multiple traffic violations. After having him perform the field sobriety tests, the Police arrested our client for a DUI, which suspended his driver’s license for 1 year. We filed a motion to rescind the suspension, and convinced the Judge to reinstate our client’s driver’s license. Next, we went to trial, and proved that our client was NOT GUILTY of the DUI

People v. C.
DUI

NOT GUILTY

Daley Center

Chicago Police responded to an accident in which our client was involved. After speaking with him and having him perform the field sobriety test, the Police charged our client with a DUI. After bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. S.
DUI

NOT GUILTY

Rolling Meadows

Schaumburg Police found our client passed out behind the wheel of a parked car with the engine running. Based on our client’s background, he was charged with a felony. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. S.
Aggravated Felony DUI

NOT GUILTY

Daley Center

Police pulled our client over on the north side of Chicago while he was driving home from a family party. Police reported that our client failed all the field sobriety tests and was too drunk to drive. We took the case to trial and beat the statutory summary suspension to get his driving privileges back, and then beat the DUI charges at trial.

People v. K.
DUI

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