Illinois amends DUI law to set a “legal limit” for Marijuana DUIs

Governor Rauner has signed SB 2228, which, among other things, amends the DUI statute, removing the provision that made it a DUI if a person drives or is in actual physical control with any amount of cannabis in his or her blood, breath or urine (i.e., a “zero tolerance” law), and adding a new section […]

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Expunging an arrest to give you a clean record

Today, I appeared in court seeking an expungement for a client that I had represented three years ago.  In general, expungements are allowed for people who were arrested, but not found guilty of a crime, or were found or plead guilty to a misdemeanor offense.  Certain types of felony probation can also be eligible to […]

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