Madelyn Daley
Attorney at Law

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September 2019 Archives

Helping people avoid the severe penalties of drug charges

There are many laws regulating the possession and distribution of drugs. These laws can result in significant consequences for those people who are caught breaking them. These consequences can include significant fines, prison time, and a mar on one's record. However, only people who are convicted will have to experience these ramifications.

What happens after your arrest?

When police placed those handcuffs on your wrists, you may have felt many emotions. Perhaps you were frightened and confused, or maybe you felt angry and betrayed. However, emotions do not have much to do with what happens over the next few days and weeks.

Former Assistant State's Attorney charged with DUI after accident

When people drink too much and drive in Illinois, they could be charged with a DUI. This is true for anyone. No one is above the law in that respect. This is evidenced by the fact that a former Assistant State's Attorney was recently charged with a DUI. She allegedly drove her vehicle through a stop sign, hit another car, drove over a curb, and eventually crashed through the wall of a business. She was trapped in the car when officers arrived due to a wall of the building landing on her vehicle. She allegedly had a BAC of .43 at the time.

Being convicted of burglary could lead to serious consequences

There are many reasons that people go into other people's homes and on their properties. Usually it is because they are invited to enter for one of a variety of different reasons.. This, of course, is perfectly fine for people to do. However, if an individual enters onto another person's property or into their home without an invitation it can lead to serious consequences.

Factors used to determine if there is intent to distribute drugs

It is a reality that many people use drugs in Illinois. Many of these drugs are illegal to possess and sell. This means that if people are caught with drugs on their person they could be charged with drug crimes. However, selling these drugs could result in more severe penalties.

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