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Can a Class x Felony dui be dropped down to a lower class Felony. If so how often has it happened (% wise)?
Can a Class x Felony dui be lowered to a lower class in Illinois.
It can. It's up to the prosecutor. Percentage? That's impossible to say. It's not very high.
Got my second dui and looking to retain a lawyer I had my first dui 5 years ago I was wondering what to expect at court
It depends entirely on the circumstances and facts of your case as well as your prior criminal history. I can tell you...
A while back ago my vechile was taken for forefieture for felony charges. Now I'm goin to court for the felony charges and they have decided to drop my felony charges and just give me a misdemeanor will I get my vechile back?
You have a chance of getting your vehicle back, but how much time is "a while back?" Hopefully you have a lawyer who...
My 6 year old son lives mostly with my ex-wife. She has been on several evening dates recently, and I have heard through the grapevine that she is driving under the influence. Obviously, I fear for my son. How can I find out if she has any DUI's?
Criminal History Records information is only available from the Illinois State Police. Information is located at their...
Can the charging state choose to simply revoke my driving privileges in their state only? Can it be included in my plea agreement not to report to my licensing state?
As an example, if you have an illinois license and you are convicted of DUI out of state, then Illinois will revoke...
Also, she violated probation of her prior DUI with the last one. Bond was set in amount we can't afford($100K=$75K for violating the probation and $25K for the last DUI). Can we reduce the portion of the bond for the probation violation, if we hire an attorney?
If you hire an attorney, your attorney may file a motion to reduce the bond. However, there is no guarantee that the...
I assumed that's what I was supposed to wear, but my lawyer said that is admits guilt and sport short and slacks should do just fine? Good advice, or bring the extra just in case? All opinions welcome. It's not in Chicago, but kind of a middle class suburb if that matters.
your attorney who practices in front of your judge will no best but generally a coat and tie is NOT necessary. Business...
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