Lake in the Hills
Contact Us First If You’ve Been Arrested On A DUI Charge in Lake in the Hills
If you have been arrested for a Lake in the Hills, IL DUI charge, you probably have many questions.
You are probably wondering about your statutory summary suspension, insurance rates, possible jail time, your breath-alcohol concentration, the standardized field sobriety tests, a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (BAIID), a Monitoring Device Driving Permit (MMDP), your breathalyzer test, your DUI alcohol evaluation, and Court Monitoring. At Franks & Rechenberg, P.C. we can review your DUI case and can defend you for a reasonable DUI legal fee for your Lake in the Hills, McHenry County, Illinois DUI. If you are looking for an effective DUI Lawyer, why not choose a lawyer who actively participates in reviewing and submitting recommendations for traffic and DUI legislation?
According to the Northwest Herald, DUI Attorney David B. Franks was recently named chairman of the Illinois State Bar Association Traffic Laws and Courts Section Council. A partner in the law firm Franks & Rechenberg, P.C. in Lake in the Hills, Lawyer Franks dedicates his practice to defending individuals who have been accused of driving under the influence (DUI). In order to provide his clients with a most rigourous and viable DUI defense, Attorney Franks attends and speaks at events sponsored by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education Courses (IICLE) every year to keep current of the latest trends, updates, and changes to DUI law.
Attorney David B. Franks is also a published author on DUI case law, having contributed many DUI and Criminal case summaries to the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) monthly newsletter. Attorney Franks has also authored a chapter in The Legality of Search and Seizure in DUI Cases, a national text book publication which provides an authoritative, insider’s perspective on best practices for identifying and litigating Fourth Amendment violations in DUI cases.
There are a number of defenses available to individuals charged with DUI:
- Challenging probable cause for the DUI stop.
- Challenging the Officer’s Testimony
- Calling witness to dispute the prosecutions facts
- Challenging the legality of a DUI checkpoint stop
- Challenging field sobriety test procedures
- Alleging racial profiling or other misconduct during the arrest
The effectiveness of any of these methods depends on the facts in your individual case. Beating a charge of DUI is never easy, and a good DUI lawyer can determine which, if any, of these methods will offer the best possible outcome.