he Statutory Summary Suspension of driver's license is the greatest challenge for most people who have been charged with DUI in Rockford, Machesney Park, Loves Park or anywhere else in the state of Illinois.
Beyond the obvious obstacle of being unable to drive legally or without restriction in Illinois, the Statutory Summary Suspension likely will have a key impact on whether you accept a plea bargain and how much more in fines you may pay as a result of that bargain. Attorney Marriett Legal will help you face the summary suspension, which is crucial to achieving a favorable result in your Rockford DUI case.
You will know you are facing a Statutory Summary Suspension in your Rockford, Machesney Park, Loves Park, or Winnebago County DUI case once you receive a notice from the police called the "Law Enforcement Sworn Report." Sometimes the document may be titled "Notice of Summary Suspension." Once you receive this document, a 45-day clock begins ticking down. If the Summary Suspension is not thrown out, your license to drive a motor vehicle will be suspended on the 46th day after you received the Law Enforcement Sworn Report and will remain suspended for a period of time.
It is critical that you seek a lawyer to arm yourself with as much information to prevent a summary suspension. DUI defense attorney Marriett Legal gives you options to help increase your chances of having the Statutory Summary Suspension rescinded.