October 2017 Archives

3 Illinois men facing drug charges

A months-long investigation by Illinois police led to the arrest of three men, and more are expected to come soon. They are all facing drug charges for their alleged actions involving the sale of marijuana. Of the three, only one has posted bail while the other two remain behind bars, awaiting their court dates.

Conor's law to change how officers handle drunk driving arrests

An arrest for driving under the influence is not the end of the road. Unfortunately, societal stigma and potential criminal consequences can create understandable worry for those facing drunk driving charges. A recent bill signed into law by Illinois governor aims to create a safer environment for drivers who are arrested for driving drunk.

Driver's license reinstatement might be possible

One of the most disconcerting aspects of facing a drunk driving charge is the loss of driving privileges. A valid driver's license is often necessary for maintaining gainful employment, traveling to and from school or even just carrying out daily tasks. A driving permit or driver's license reinstatement is sometimes possible for Illinois drivers who rely on their vehicle.

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