AV Preeminent* rated Drunk Driving Attorney Serving Schaumburg and Greater Chicago in All Surrounding Counties
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs, your driver's license is at risk and criminal penalties can be severe. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney to aggressively defend you against those charges.
Warren J. Breslin is a former Chicago police officer and a former Cook County prosecutor. He puts his experience to use as he defends clients against a variety of felony and misdemeanor charges including DUI and other serious and minor traffic violations. He knows the legal system and will make sure you know your rights and understand your case every step of the way.
Contact a Chicago DUI DWI attorney online for a return call, or call Warren J. Breslin Law Offices at 847-934-7070 or toll free at 888-934-7070 for a free consultation.
Avoid License Suspension and Revocation
If your license will be or has been summarily suspended, you have a short window of time (90 days from the notice given or sent to you following your arrest) to request a hearing to protect your driving privileges and avoid or stop your license suspension. That hearing is separate from the criminal DUI case. Warren J. Breslin has the experience to put the prosecution on the defensive and protect your driving privileges. With the penalties for drunk driving getting harsher every year, you can't afford anything less than experienced representation.
Comprehensive Investigation Into Your DUI Case
You may have been charged with DUI, but the burden is on the prosecution to prove it. The prosecution must prove, beyond a reasonable doubt, that you were driving or were in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. There are a number of evidentiary considerations in preparing your defense, and Warren J. Breslin knows them all. He will zealously defend you by applying his knowledge and experience to your case.
As a skilled Schaumburg drunk driving defense lawyer, Warren J. Breslin will investigate the circumstances surrounding your arrest by asking questions such as:
- Were there any witnesses present at the scene or who were with you earlier?
- Was there a legitimate reason to pull you over, such as speeding or weaving?
- Were field sobriety tests administered properly, if at all?
- Were you properly warned of the consequences that follow blood alcohol content (BAC) testing or your refusal to take the Breathalyzer or other tests?
- Were the BAC Breathalyzer testing machine and operator properly certified?
Warren J. Breslin will analyze the particulars of your drinking and driving arrest. He will preserve evidence in your case by gathering all video and audio recordings of your field sobriety testing and arrest, as well as police reports and witness statements.
Warren J. Breslin provides DUI defense services that focus on obtaining the best possible results for his clients. Driving while impaired is an offense that the prosecution does not take lightly. Attorney Breslin will not take your defense lightly either. He will move quickly and effectively to avoid a suspension and win your case.
Contact a Chicago and Schaumburg driving under the influence defense attorney online or call Warren J. Breslin Law Offices at 888-934-7070 to discuss your case. Warren Breslin is an accomplished AV Preeminent* rated criminal defense attorney who will work hard to defend your rights and win your case.
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