DUI – Drunk Driving Defense

An experienced attorney who handles DUI-related Illinois license matters.

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Kevin Rosner has helped hundreds of clients fight for their driving rights by defending drunken driving offenses. Being accused of driving under the influence (DUI) is an incredibly stressful experience and it’s normal to be anxious and afraid of losing your license, paying large fines, harming your relationships, your career or even spending time in jail.

Kevin knows Illinois laws, the local courts and has a history of helping clients achieve we know favorable outcomes. Working with him, he will answer your questions and help you devise the best possible defense strategy:

  • What does the law say about my particular case?
  • What specific penalties do I face?
  • Exactly what will happen when I go to court?
  • Is it possible to get my license back? If so, when?
  • What if I disagree with the test results?
  • What if someone was hurt in an accident attributed to my driving?
  • What options do I have if this is not my first DUI?
  • How much will it cost me to resolve this problem?

In the state of Illinois, a DUI conviction will automatically cause your driver’s license to be revoked. Even stiffer penalties, such as car forfeiture and prison time, can face repeat DUI offenders or those who have a criminal history.

Chicago DUI Attorney

As a first-time offender, you can face heavy consequences if caught drinking and driving. In addition to the revocation of your license, you could also face a fine of up to $2,500 or one year in jail. Kevin is experienced in working with state prosecutors to mitigate the negative outcomes stemming from your arrest. For many clients, he has helped get the charges reduced or even dismissed and works diligently to ensure that the letter of the law was followed in all police procedures.

Felony DUI charges are even more serious. A felony DUI charge results from an individual not having a valid driver’s license, if the vehicle they were driving was uninsured, if their license was already suspended or revoked because of a previous DUI, they had two or more previous DUI offenses or they seriously or fatally injured another person while behind the wheel. Felony DUI convictions might result in a long-term jail sentence, a breath alcohol ignition device installed on your vehicle or having to wear a continuous remote alcohol monitor. To get a driver’s license reinstated, an individual must appear before the Illinois Secretary of the State at a hearing. Kevin has been an advocate for many clients, arguing for their best interests at the hearing, and helping people comply with any reinstatement requirements.

In the state of Illinois, a DUI conviction will automatically cause your driver’s license to be revoked. Even stiffer penalties, such as car forfeiture and prison time, can face repeat DUI offenders or those who have a criminal history. You need an experienced attorney who will be tireless in protecting your license. Kevin M. Rosner can serve as a source of knowledge and trusted counsel to you, as you partner to fight for your driving rights.

As a first time offender, you can face heavy consequences if caught drinking and then driving behind the wheel: in addition to the revocation of your license, you could also face a fine of up to $2,500 or one year in jail. Let Mr. Rosner work with the prosecutor to mitigate the negative outcomes stemming from your arrest, and potentially get the charges reduced or even dismissed. Mr. Rosner will make sure that the letter of the law was followed in all police procedures and be by your side moving forward.

A felony DUI charge results from an individual not having a valid driver’s license, if the vehicle they were driving was uninsured, if their license was already suspended or revoked because of a previous DUI, they had two or more previous DUI offenses or they seriously or fatally injured another person while behind the wheel. Felony DUI convictions might result in a long-term jail sentence, a breath alcohol ignition device installed on your vehicle or having to wear a continuous remote alcohol monitor. In order for an individual who has had their license revoked to have their driver’s license reinstated, they must appear before the Illinois Secretary of the State at a hearing. Mr. Rosner will be a passionate advocate for your best interests at the hearing, and help you to comply with any requirements of reinstatement that are issued. Contact us now for a free consultation!