Tag: Reckless Driving

New Statutory Summary REVOCATION created in Illinois

The Illinois General Assembly has created a statutory summary revocation of driving privileges Under 625 ILCS 5/1-197.6. This revocation is for a driver who refuses to submit to chemical tests after a DUI arrest involving an accident that causes personal injury or death to another. Before this law, if you...
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Illinois Expungement Attorney

Do I qualify to get my record expunged? There is a lot of misinformation out there concerning expungements in Illinois. I get many phone calls from people who assume they are eligible for expungement but they are not. Here, I will attempt to give a little more information about expungements....
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Chicagoland Municipalities Charging Innocent Car Owners for Other People’s Criminal Offenses

Dennis F. Dwyer is a seasoned Chicago criminal defense attorney committed to protecting the rights of his clients.  His extensive experience with DUI law allows him to provide his clients with the best DUI representation in Cook County. Municipalities in the Chicagoland area have been hit by this recession hard....
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Should Strip Club be Liable for Allowing a Patron to Drive Drunk?

The Illinois Supreme Court recently ruled that a strip club could be sued for allowing a patron to drive drunk. The patron then crashed into a car in oncoming traffic, killing that motorist and her unborn child, as well as the passenger in his car. See http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/beaconnews/news/2110464,Diamonds-strip-club-lawsuit_AU031810.article. While I feel...
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