When charged with a DUI offense your license, mobility, and possibly your liberty are at stake. A DUI arrest will most likely result in the summary suspension of your driving privileges and may indelibly impact your future ability to operate a motor vehicle in Illinois. Penalties for DUI in Illinois vary depending on the circumstances of the arrest and conviction. These circumstances may include the driver’s age, the driver’s BAC level, whether the driver was transporting a child under age 16, whether the driver was driving on a suspended or revoked license, and whether the driver has previous DUI convictions. Your attorney should be well experienced in Illinois DUI and Statutory suspension laws, and also possess litigation skills to obtain the best possible result for you. Through his former service as a Police Officer, Attorney Middleton, received intense training and experience with Law enforcement procedure in DUI arrests, and through his experience with the Cook County State’sAttorney’s Office, Attorney provides distinguished litigation skills in the complex issues presented in a multitude of DUI arrest scenarios.
Traffic Offenses contribute to the vast majority of cases in the Cook County Criminal Justice System. And while many may minimize these offenses as only “traffic”, the results in many circumstances may indelibly affect a person’s employment, education, and ability to lawfully operate an automobile. Annually, Attorney Loren Middleton tries and/or equitably disposes of thousands of traffic offenses from minor speeding violation to Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs. By virtue of his aggressive and immense experience of Illinois Traffic and D.U.I laws. Attorney Middleton will provide you with the consultation and litigation skills that will help you against the pitfalls these offenses may have on your driving record or liberty. Loren Middleton has successfully obtained acquittals in hundreds of Driving Under The Influence of Alcohol or Drug cases, and successfully retained or reinstated the driver’s licenses for hundreds of citizens that endured license suspensions or revocations.