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The Cost of a Chicago, Illinois DUI Part 3

Written by: admin| Oct 27, 2017 | 0 Comment

In this final installment of our Chicago DUI articles, we’ll close off by looking at perhaps the costliest of the charges when it comes to determining the cost of your average DUI charge in Chicago. As a driver who may have made poor decisions, it is important to be aware of these charges and even look to getting yourself good legal representation which may go a long way in having these charges lowered depending on the technicalities of your case.

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The Cost of a Chicago, Illinois DUI Part 2

Written by: admin| Oct 26, 2017 | 0 Comment

A Chicago, Illinois DUI is expensive with regard to both your money and time. When people are stopped by police for drinking and driving, they usually don’t have an inkling of what’s about to happen next, and they usually get shocked at the exorbitant amounts they have to pony up for their freedom as well as to the state in order to get back to living a somewhat normal life.

 

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How Much Will My Chicago DUI Cost?

Written by: admin| Oct 24, 2017 | 0 Comment

A DUI offense in Chicago, Illinois is something that is not only embarrassing (most drivers claim poor judgment and didn’t know what they were thinking at the time), but it is also costly. As a traffic ticket law firm in Chicago, we get clients asking us questions like – “how much is this charge going to cost me?” To be honest, the answers vary from person to person, and in this article, we’ll attempt to give you a breakdown of what you can expect to pay.

 

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How To Avoid Getting Pulled Over By Chicago Traffic Police Officers

Written by: admin| Oct 24, 2017 | 0 Comment

Getting pulled over by Chicago police is something nobody enjoys. Short of having them write you a ticket and maybe even humiliate you should they pick up a hint of belligerence, most people dread police pullovers. When this happens, there’s a lot of anxiety and questions in the 30-odd seconds before the police officer gets out of his vehicle and comes walking to your driver window.

 

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