Illinois DUI Defense Attorneys Aggressively Defending Those Charged with Drunk Driving in DuPage County.
If you have been charged with DUI, the Illinois Secretary of State is already in the process of suspending your license. Should you fail to challenge the summary suspension within 46 days, the suspension with become effective for a period between 3 months and three years.
At the criminal law firm of Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan, we will fight your driver's license revocation. If your license has already been revoked from a prior conviction, we will represent you at your driver's license reinstatement hearing with the Secretary of State to get your license back.
DUI defense lawyers Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan understand Illinois drunk driving law and know how to fight DUI charges. We have obtained dismissals and not-guilty verdicts in dozens of DUI cases where our client failed the breathalyzer test. If you have refused a breath test, our work as DUI defense attorneys is that much easier. We have lost very few DUI cases when our client refused the breathalyzer test and there was no accident.
Don't be pressured into pleading guilty to a DUI charge! The penalties are too severe. A drunk-driving conviction can affect your driving privileges, your insurance rates, and your freedom. If you win your case, you not only clear your record, but you won't have to pay fines, attend alcohol classes, or pay high-risk car insurance.
We Win DUI Cases Other Lawyers Send Their Clients To Jail On
Free DUI case evaluation: Don't let anyone pressure you into pleading guilty. Contact a Kane and DuPage DUI lawyer at the law offices of Michael T. Norris and John W. Callahan today. Serving Oak Brook, St. Charles, Naperville, Aurora, and all cities within DuPage County.