Being arrested is a stressful, scary experience. For most people, it is a new experience that terrifies them. You are usually handcuffed, put into a patrol car, and taken to jail. You make the embarrassing call to a family member, friend, or loved one to have them bail you out. What do you do from that point?
Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC Will Discount Legal Services by 25% if You Were Arrested on Your Way, at, or Leaving Summer Camp Music Festival. Many consider us "The Summer Camp Drug Arrest Law Firm" because we concentrate in legal representation for people who are arrested en-route to, while attending, and when departing the Summer Camp Music Festival at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL.
Most people who are ticketed for speeding and other moving violations feel that their only option is to pay the ticket. They believe that by taking care of the fine, the matter is resolved. At Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC, we encourage residents of Peoria and those throughout the state of Illinois to contact us before taking any action. Far too much is at stake to take a "do-it-yourself" approach to a criminal matter.
At Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC, it is our goal to provide our clients with the highest quality legal advice available while remaining professional throughout the entirety of our clients’ cases. In Illinois, there are thousands of DUI arrests per year. Unfortunately, this statistic will not provide you with comfort; however, it should serve to illustrate that many people are going through the same charges, having to defend and resolve cases with the least amount of punishment.
At Hall, Rustom & Fritz LLC, we regularly respond to inquiries regarding citizens who have lost their FOID privileges due to a prior conviction. Many believe their rights to possess a firearm have been lost forever. We are proud to say that is NOT TRUE.
In Illinois, whenever you receive a conviction for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, your Illinois driving privileges will be revoked. It is revoked indefinitely unless you formally request reinstatement from the Formal Administrative Hearing office at the Secretary of State. Unfortunately, qualifying to apply for reinstatement depends on how many DUI convictions are on your driving record (or reported to the Illinois Secretary of State).