May 2017 Archives

Falling alseep at the wheel could lead to drunk driving charges

Many individuals worry about falling asleep at the wheel out on the road. Although potentially dangerous while driving, some may simply doze off while their car isn't moving. If involved in a traffic stop during this time, a person could face criminal accusations shortly after. Unfortunately for one man in Illinois who was allegedly found under similar circumstances, he is now accused of drunk driving, along with other serious criminal charges.

Abandoned vehicle leads to Illinois drug charges for 1 person

Abandoned vehicles are often tampered with or used for storage by various individuals across the country. A person can store any manner of things inside a such a vehicle. If drugs are allegedly discovered upon a search of the vehicle, police may seek to question the owner. An Illinois man is now facing drug charges after allegedly abandoning his vehicle a week prior to a search thereof.

Man falls asleep at wheel and is accused of drunk driving

The early hours of the morning might be considered a common time period for an individual to be suspected of a crime. For a person who has fallen asleep at the wheel of a vehicle during these hours, accusations of drunk driving may soon follow. A 26-year-old man is facing criminal charges following an alleged traffic offense involving a police officer in Illinois.

2 facing multiple drug charges involving alleged sale of heroin

The constant flow of drug traffic is a significant issue in many areas across the country. Officers within law enforcement execute searches on a regular basis with the intent of reducing drug flow. Individuals who are the subject of such a process are often subsequently accused of drug-related crimes. Two men in Illinois were recently accused of multiple drug charges involving the sale of heroin.

1 accused of drunk driving after allegedly hitting car and tree

A conviction for driving under the influence can have a disastrous impact on a person's life. Allegations alone can be stressful and intimidating, especially when there are multiple pending charges in addition to DUI. When facing similar consequences, an accused individual may wish to protect his or her future, but may be unsure how to proceed. An Illinois woman may be facing several challenges after she was recently accused of numerous crimes, including drunk driving.

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