DUI & Traffic
Things You Need to Know About DUI Charges in Illinois
All states have a different manner of handling the crime of DUI. Illinois DUI is governed by its own unique rules that are similar to other states but yet specific to Illinois. To go along with that, every county, district, city, and township has their own judicial views and handles the crime accordingly.
We seek to be transparent and forthcoming about some of the more complicated aspects of your charges.
The following are some things we think everyone should know about an Illinois DUI:
- Only 1st time DUI offenders are eligible for judicial driving permits.
- Those arrested for DUI do not have the right to consult their attorney before deciding to submit to a blood test.
- If your blood alcohol level is between .05 and .08 you can still be charged with a DUI.
- Refusal of a blood alcohol test triggers an automatic driver’s license suspension.
Contact Jones & Couri Law Office to get the specifics on these features of DUI laws in Illinois, or talk to us about the best way to defend your case.
Jones & Couri Law Office strives to provide as much information as we can to our clients about all of their legal issues regarding DUI and traffic defense in Illinois. We believe that you deserve to have your legal situation explained in a detailed and easy-to-understand manner so that you can make important decisions about your case.
To maintain that initiative, we have devoted this page to DUI laws in Illinois and how they affect your DUI arrest, charges, and defense. Read on to learn more about Illinois DUI and your legal options.