DuPage County Man Retains Driving Privileges After DUI ChargePublished: Sep 21, 2017, by in DUI
After being pulled over by a State Trooper and refusing a breathalyzer test, a DuPage County man was charged with DUI and faced a one-year license suspension for the refusal. Knowing how difficult it would be to get around without being able to drive, this man contacted Chicago DUI lawyer Michael O’Meara to help him get back on the road.
By arguing that the State Trooper did not properly notify his client about the license suspension and failed to amend the notice appropriately, attorney O’Meara convinced the judge to rescind his client’s suspension, allowing him to retain his driving privileges.
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