Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C.

Joliet Office


Plainfield Office


Joliet DUI Defense Attorney

Joliet DUI Defense Lawyers

Criminal Law Attorneys in Will County

At the Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C. we have extensive experience defending cases of DUI. Not only do we understand all aspects of Illinois DUI laws, but we have also successfully challenged BAC results, field sobriety test results, violations of rights and probable cause for the arrest, as well as Breathalyzer results. We are proud of our service to clients in defending them on all types of DUI charges.

We understand that you may have questions about DUI charges and other criminal law issues. Please contact our office at 815-666-1285 to inquire about a free consultation.

Plainfield Driver's License Suspension Attorneys

A conviction on a first-time DUI can have serious consequences, including:

  • Having your driver's license suspended for up to one year
  • A hefty fine up to $2,500
  • Additional court fees
  • Up to one year spent incarceration in jail

Penalties for DUI in Illinois vary depending upon the circumstances of the arrest and conviction, including your age, the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level, whether children were being transported and whether you have had previous DUI convictions.

Being convicted of a DUI is not a minor legal matter even if you are a first offender. Without fast action being taken by a qualified Joilet DUI defense attorney on your side, it is a certainty that your driving privileges will be suspended or even revoked. You need a qualified lawyer to represent you at the Secretary of State administrative driver's license suspension hearing to try and prevent a driver's license suspension from occurring.

Contact Us Today to Inquire About A Free Consultation

To discuss your legal needs with an experienced Illinois criminal defense attorney serving clients in Joliet, Will County, Grundy County, Kendall County, and beyond, contact our offices today.

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