DUI charges in Illinois are a serious matter. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we represent clients who are facing these charges and potentially severe penalties that can result. As experienced Joliet DUI attorneys with over 125 years combined experience, you can trust us to provide a strong legal defense to protect you against the ramifications of a DUI conviction.
Under the Illinois Compiled Statutes (625 ILCS 5/11-501), you could face immediate arrest for driving with a blood alcohol content level (BAC) of .08 or greater. Even if your BAC is below the legal limit, you could still be charged with DUI if law enforcement suspects you are under the influence of any amount of alcohol, drugs, or over-the-counter and prescription medication.
In these situations, your first call should be to Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C. Our experienced Joliet DUI attorneys can immediately begin taking actions to help you avoid the serious repercussions a DUI can have on every area of your life. The 2018 Illinois DUI Fact Book lists the following as among the penalties you could be facing:
A DUI can also result in you being fired and can prevent you from obtaining a job in your chosen career field while making it difficult to provide for yourself and your family members. To protect yourself, you need an experienced Joliet DUI attorney on your case.
At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we provide the strong legal defense you need when facing DUI charges. Actions we take on your behalf include:
To get the professional legal representation you need in your DUI case, reach out and contact our Joliet DUI attorneys to request a consultation.
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