DUI charges in Illinois can result in heavy fines, the loss of your driving privileges, and a possible jail sentence. It could also result in the loss of your job and the inability to obtain loans, housing, or work in certain fields. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C.., we provide the strong legal defense you need to protect yourself in these situations. With more than 125 years of combined experience, we are the best Joliet DUI lawyers to have on your side, helping you avoid a potential conviction.
Driving under the influence of alcohol or any intoxicating substance is a leading cause of car accidents and injuries. As a result, law enforcement officials in our area are aggressive in apprehending possible offenders, while prosecuting attorneys work overtime in making these types of charges stick.
As listed in the Illinois DUI Fact Book, penalties for DUI have the potential to be severe. Depending on the amount of alcohol or drugs in your system, the circumstances surrounding your stop, and any prior offenses you have on your record, you could be facing the following penalties:
A conviction remains a part of your permanent record as well, preventing you from passing a background check. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we provide the aggressive legal representation you need to avoid these penalties and the impact they can have on every area of your life.
As the best DUI lawyers in Joliet, we have over 125 years combined experience representing clients in DUI cases. Our knowledge of the Illinois Compiled Statutes and our skill in applying them to different cases helps you obtain the best possible results in your case. Efforts we take on your behalf include:
At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we are dedicated to getting you the best possible results in your DUI case. Call or contact our office online today to request a consultation with the best Joliet DUI lawyers today.
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