Success Stories

Client Found Not Guilty Despite Accident and Bizarre Behavior

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DUI Victory Despite Multiple Moving Violations

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Client Found Not Guilty After Wallin Argues client was nervous, not drunk

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Not Guilty for Client Referred by Other Lawyer

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Client gets Aggravated DUI, license suspension and 11 other felony charges dropped

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Not Guilty for Nurse Found Asleep in Car

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Not Guilty for Client Accused of hitting off-duty Sheriff with Glass

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Fourth Offense Felony DUI tossed after Wallin’s Cross-Examination

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Jury Verdict of Not Guilty despite 0.156 BAC

Client AS was driving home after going to a bar for trivia night.  He was stopped by Chicago Police for a minor traffic violation, and despite doing fairly well on field sobriety tests, he was arrested for DUI.  At the police station, he took a breath test which produced a result of 0.156 BAC.  Mr. Wallin took the case to a Chicago jury, and was able to successfully argue that Mr. S.’s acid reflux made the breath test inaccurate, and that putting that test aside, there was insufficient evidence to support a finding of guilty.  After deliberating, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty on both counts of DUI!

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Case tossed after Judge finds officer’s testimony incredible

Client SB was eating at a Chicago restaurant when an altercation broke out between one of her companions and another party.  Chicago Police arrived on the scene and made some arrests.  An officer gave SB the keys to her companion’s car and told her to leave.  Seconds after she pulled out of a parking lot, a Chicago Police officer pulled her over.  During a hearing, the officer claimed that SB had committed a traffic violation which was the reason for the stop.  However, attorney Harold Wallin showed the court that it was impossible for her to have committed a violation in the short amount of time and distance that SB was in the car before being pulled over.  At the end of the hearing, a Cook County Judge found that the officer’s story was incredible and that he did not have probable cause to make the traffic stop.  As a result, all charges were dismissed.

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