Hispanic Criminal Attorney Morton Grove

More and more people each year are charged with driving under the influence. But not all DUI cases are the same. Just as all DUI lawyers are not the same. In the case of alleged alcohol impairment, your blood alcohol content (BAC) can make a major difference in both the charges against you and in the penalties you face. Moreover, while the penalties for DUI are similar, and in some cases the same, whether alcohol or drugs are involved, the evidence that the prosecutor will seek to introduce in order to try to convict you will be markedly different. Additional variables are underage DUI, DUI with a child passenger, DUI causing injury, and aggravated DUI, among others.

Any effective criminal defense attorney can inform you of the strengths and weaknesses of your case to outline the risks of possible conviction or punishment. They may offer you information but leave it in your hands whether to plead guilty or contest to take your case to trial. The Hispanic Illinois Criminal Defense Attorneys will go the extra mile to give you a wide range of options for resolving a serious criminal charge. Our Spanish speaking attorneys will not leave you to make these critical choices on your own and we will look for ways to protect your interests through the proposition of creative alternatives, such as treatment options, community service alternatives or deferred entry of judgment. Our Spanish Speaking Criminal Defense Attorneys are committed to the protection of your freedom, your record and your rights.

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¿Qué es un Abogado Penalista Morton Grove?

Abogado es aquella persona profesional, que estando en posesión de la carrera/licenciatura (ahora llamado grado) de Derecho y habiendo realizado el máster oficial correspondiente y superado la prueba final.

Un abogado penalista es un profesional del derecho que presta servicios jurídicos con relación a todos los asuntos concernientes con el Derecho Penal y, en concreto, con las normas que se refieren al mismo tales como el Código Penal y la Ley de Enjuiciamiento Criminal.

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Being charged with a crime is an unsettling and stressful experience. You may not understand what the charges which you are facing mean and what penalties they carry. The surest way to relieve that uncertainty is to secure the representation of a skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney.

Having an experienced attorney to protect your rights and your future can help give you the confidence you need to be able to deal with the challenges of being charged with a crime.

At The Law Office, our experienced criminal defense lawyer has decades of experience in the DuPage County criminal courts. Attorney has served in a variety of roles including assistant state's attorney and over two decades practicing criminal defense. Having that level of experience in the courts means that we have worked with many of the judges and prosecutors in the past. We understand what it is like to work with them, and we have built a solid reputation among them for providing exceptional representation to our clients.

Our firm offers its experience and skills to those facing a range of criminal charges:

  • Drug charges
  • DUI
  • Sexual offenses
  • Violent crimes
  • White collar crimes
  • Traffic violations
  • Property crimes
  • Theft, shoplifting and burglary
  • Juvenile offenses

We also assist clients who wish to expunge or seal their criminal records.

Contact The Law Office in DuPage County

If you are facing criminal charges, take action to ensure your rights are protected. Turn to the Law Office. Our decades of experience allow us to provide our clients with an aggressive and effective defense. To schedule a free initial consultation with our Naperville DUI attorney

Why Become A Criminal Defense Attorney?

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If you were charged for any criminal offense, who would you want to represent you? The answer should be an experienced criminal defense attorney, who understands every aspect of criminal law, and someone you can trust to defend your rights.

At the law firm, Attorney at Law, you will find a criminal defense attorney who has over 20 years of legal experience, and who can provide aggressive criminal defense to clients facing possible criminal conviction for all types of crimes, including:

  • DUI and Alcohol Offenses
  • Drug Crimes
  • Traffic Violations - such as speeding tickets, seat belt violations, reckless driving
  • School Zone Violations
  • Construction Zone Tickets
  • Theft/Burglary
  • Assault and Battery/Sexual Assault
  • Domestic Violence
  • Juvenile Offenses

Representing clients in the cities of Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles, Aurora, Elgin, and various other cities throughout Kane County, Illinois, criminal law attorney, Stephen A. Brundage, knows exactly what you're up against if you are pulled over and arrested for criminal charges.

Contact the law firm, Attorney at Law, to represent you, if you were charged with a crime. Call for a free initial consultation to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney.

Experienced Criminal and DUI Defense Attorney

With a strong law enforcement background, Stephen spent 9 years working as a police officer, DUI enforcement instructor, licensed breathalyzer operator, accident investigator and evidence technician, all while gaining an in-depth understanding of proper police procedures that should be followed, in any criminal investigation and field sobriety testing.

Now serving clients as a criminal defense and DUI attorney for those charged with criminal offenses, such as sex crimes/pornography, computer crimes, and underage drinking, you can be confident that attorney Stephen A. Brundage will effectively guide you, from beginning to end, through the criminal defense process. He has obtained successful results for his clients, and he can help you too.

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Experienced DUI Attorneys Serving Will and DuPage Counties

When a person has been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), it carries serious consequences, including the potential for spending time in jail. When the person is undocumented, the impact of a DUI arrest and conviction can be even more serious.

At The Law Office, P.C., we understand how important a strong defense is to each DUI defendant. Attorney Mary provides effective advocacy on behalf of each client, developing a strong defense based on the unique circumstances of the case. In each case, Ms. Reyna focuses on minimizing the negative consequences for her clients and their families.

DUI Convictions Have Serious Consequences

The financial consequences of a DUI begin to add up as soon as a driver is arrested. Depending upon the circumstances, a driver may have to spend significant money for bond, as well as for the towing and storage of their vehicle. In addition, the loss of the ability to use a vehicle may lead to unemployment. While a DUI arrest can be costly, it is even more so if the driver is convicted.

Each driver who is charged with DUI has unique concerns about how a conviction could affect the things that are most important to them. One driver may be primarily concerned about keeping his driving privileges so that he can keep his job in a city that is a half hour drive from where he lives. Another driver may be more concerned about whether the charges that she is facing could lead to deportation because of her immigration status. Whatever concerns a driver has, there are many terrible consequences that are possible in a DUI case, especially if it is mishandled.

Retaining a knowledgeable DUI defense attorney reduces a driver’s chance of conviction and can minimize the overall consequences for the driver.

Effective Defense Against DUI Charges

Ms. Reyna has a thorough understanding of the elements of the crime of driving under the influence of alcohol. Her experience with defending against DUI charges enables her to hone in on areas in which the state may not be able to meet its burden of proof. Some of the defenses that can be raised against DUI charges include:

  • Challenging the administration of field sobriety tests, including whether the officer had the proper training to interpret the results of the tests;
  • Questioning whether the traffic stop was conducted in accordance with the law, specifically analyzing whether the officer had probable cause to stop the vehicle initially; and
  • Raising evidentiary challenges to testing done on blood and urine samples, as well as any breathalyzer results from the scene of the stop.

 


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