I’ve been charged with a DUI or other aggravated traffic offense, now what?
The Ivec Law firm is dedicated to the defense of DUI and aggravated traffic offense cases. With a former Will County State’s Attorney on your side, you can put a prosecutor’s knowledge and experience to work for you to overcome your DUI case. JohnPaul Ivec, a DUI attorney in Will County, is certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) in DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. This is the same training given to officers in detecting DUIs. This training enables him to spot any errors committed by officers in administering field sobriety testing and is knowledge which is essential in the effective cross examination of officers at trial. Remove the guesswork out of your case by speaking directly with an aggravated DUI attorney and former prosecutor, JohnPaul Ivec, about any of the following traffic offenses:
- Aggravated Speeding Over 30 mph
- Aggravated Speeding Over 40 mph
- DUI and Aggravated DUI;
- Driving with a revoked or suspended license;
- Driving without a license;
- Driving without car insurance;
- Fleeing and eluding;
- Hit and run accident;
- Reckless driving;
- Speeding through a construction zone;
- Speeding through a school zone; and
- Street Racing.
DUIs or Aggravated DUIs
The DUI process is complex, and a conviction for a DUI or aggravated DUI can have a major and significant effect on your life. Penalties for a serious DUI conviction can be considerable, including loss of full driving privileges, costly fines and penalty fees up to $25,000, probation, significant increases in insurance costs, and possible jail time.
Additionally, if you’re a DUI first-timer who has had your driver’s license revoked due to a summary suspension your driving privileges can be subject to a Monitoring Device Driving Permit (MDDP). The MDDP allows you to drive during the summary suspension; however, you will be required to install a breath alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) in all vehicles titled in your name. Driving privileges under the MDDP are available on the 31st day of your summary suspension. The costs of a BAIID are pretty high, so it is critical to challenge the summary suspension by filing a petition to rescind the summary suspension as soon as possible. An experienced and dedicated attorney may be able to win your summary suspension hearing.
A DUI attorney on your side
You have the right to fight the charges for a DUI or aggravated DUI conviction and the loss of your driver’s license. You need an experienced, dedicated Will County, Illinois aggravated DUI attorney on your side to help mitigate the effects of this charge. With 18 years of experience, JohnPaul can carefully analyze the facts of your case to ensure that all applicable defenses are timely raised on your behalf. Defenses that have been used to beat Illinois DUI charges:
- The officer’s lack of probable cause to make the initial stop;
- Mistakes in the administrative procedures relating to blood and breath tests;
- The field sobriety test was not administered properly;
- Your rights were violated during the arrest process;
- Illegal arrest; and
- A lack of evidence.
If you have been arrested for a DUI or aggravated DUI in Illinois, these and other defenses may apply to your case. Let the Ivec Law firm help you determine what defenses may be available to you against a DUI or other aggravated traffic offense charge.
Are you, a loved one, or a friend facing DUI charges in the Plainfield/Joliet/Will County area, or elsewhere in Illinois? Let JohnPaul Ivec examine your case and help you determine what defenses are available to you. To discuss potential approaches for your individual case, contact us for a FREE Consultation at 815-439-9909; or if it’s more convenient, click HERE to contact us by email.