Following a bench trial, client found not guilty of Driving Under the Influence of Drugs.
Client misidentified as Defendant in a felony aggravated fleeing and eluding a peace officer case. Through effective discovery production the prosecution dropped all charges.
Summary suspension rescinded and license returned to client as State Trooper was not in compliance with the Administrative Code when client became ill during the 20 minute observation period before submitting to a Breathalyzer test.
Client’s summary revocation rescinded for improper warnings without proof of any Class A injury per the Notice of Summary Suspension.
Client found not guilty of DUI after bench trial following the stop of his vehicle in a seat belt enforcement zone.
Motorist pulled over for improper lane usage and arrested immediately. Motion granted and all evidence, including a breathalyzer result, suppressed as the arresting officer had no reasonable grounds to arrest the motorist for DUI. Case dismissed.
Client found not guilty of disorderly conduct following a bench trial. December 2015.
Cook County Circuit Judge Carole Bellows ruled in favor of Kevin Rosner’s client in a case involving whether a custody judgment is valid after a divorce case is voluntarily dismissed. The judge ruled that unless the judgment was based on an independent petition it would not survive a voluntary dismissal. The complete ruling is discussed in the attached Illinois Divorce Digest story. (January 2016)
Client found not guilty of DUI and Illegal Transportation of alcohol following a bench trial.
Client’s summary suspension for DUI (one year) rescinded for improper Warning to Motorist.