Every state has its own laws that govern one’s ability to operate a motor vehicle in their state if they are arrested or sentenced on a DUI. For instance, if you are arrested for DUI in the State of Illinois, you will be subject to Illinois law with respect to any loss of driving privileges and/or any criminal or civil penalties you may face. If you hold an out-of-state driver’s license, you will be also subject to the laws and regulations of the state that issued your driver’s license as to any loss of driving privileges and/or criminal or civil penalties you may face in the other state.
Contact an Illinois DUI Attorney
For this reason, it’s critical that you contact out of state DUI attorney Jason M. Kunowski as early as possible if you’re an out-of-state driver’s license holder at the time of your DUI arrest. This way, Victor can assist you in determining your rights, and any potential civil and criminal consequences as soon as possible in order to plan an effective course of action for your defense. Use the contact form below, or call now at 630-256-8010.