Madelyn Daley
Attorney at Law

US Local 618-509-9724

Our office remains open at this time. Consultations are available via telephone or Face-Time. In-person consultations are available on a case-by-case basis. The safety of our clients and employees is of the utmost importance.

December 2018 Archives

Should you challenge the legality of your DUI traffic stop?

Illinois laws are strict on drunk driving, and a conviction can lead to complications and various penalties that can affect your life for a long time. You understand the importance of fighting back and building a strong defense, but you may be unsure of where to begin. It can be helpful to first review every aspect of your case – starting with the initial traffic stop.

New bill may allow expungement of past marijuana convictions

Having a drug conviction on your record can negatively impact your life for years to come, even if it was a minor marijuana possession charge. If you have a low-level marijuana conviction on your record, a new Illinois bill may help you expunge your criminal record. Once your record is expunged, it will no longer be accessible to the public and you will be allowed to tell potential employers that your record is clean.

Can I refuse a Breathalyzer test?

If you have been stopped by the police while driving and under suspicion of a DUI, you may wonder if you can refuse to submit to a Breathalyzer test. The answer is generally yes, but refusing a chemical test comes with consequences. However, refusing a breath test can be useful when it comes time for your DUI defense.

Understanding theft charges against you

If you are facing theft charges, it can be beneficial for you to learn more about what these charges mean and how a conviction could impact your future. Criminal charges of any kind are a threat to your long-term interests, and it is always prudent to build a strong defense. The first step in your defense strategy is to understand the charges against you and the different types of theft.

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