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Removing An Out-of-State Hold On A Driver’s License

Posted on May 1st, 2024 by Webmaster

Since Illinois traffic laws apply to both in-state residents as well as out-of-state residents, the Secretary of State can issue a hold on any driver’s license following an accident involving alcohol or drugs. This hold prevents drivers from renewing their licenses regardless of the state he or she currently resides in. The only way for […]

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Everything You Need To Know About An Underage DUI

Posted on April 20th, 2024 by Webmaster

College-aged students often find themselves in environments where peer pressure and a prevalent drinking culture might lead to risky behaviors like drinking and driving.  It’s crucial to understand that the consequences of an underage DUI in Illinois are severe and can have long-lasting effects, especially for those under 21. The legal implications are stringent, reflecting […]

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What Are Illinois’ BAIID Rules?

Posted on March 28th, 2024 by Webmaster

In Illinois, navigating the roads after a DUI conviction involves becoming familiar with Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Devices (BAIID). These devices are a key part of regaining driving privileges, providing a way for individuals with DUI records to drive legally once again. Understanding the BAIID process, its requirements, and its impact on a person’s life, […]

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What Is DUI-Required Substance Abuse Counseling?

Posted on February 28th, 2024 by Webmaster

In Illinois, DUI offenders are often required to undergo substance abuse counseling, with the level of counseling depending on the specifics of their DUI case. This can range from minimal risk with ten hours of risk education, to high risk which involves intensive outpatient counseling. This tiered approach ensures that each individual receives the appropriate […]

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Will My Employer Be Notified Of My DUI?

Posted on January 23rd, 2024 by Webmaster

A natural concern is whether your employer will be informed if you’ve recently been charged with a DUI. Generally, law enforcement agencies don’t directly notify employers about DUI charges. However, there are situations where your employer may find out, especially if your job involves driving or if the DUI case becomes a public record. How […]

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