An Attorney Can Fight Felony DUI Charges For You
Most DUI cases are considered misdemeanors, but repeat offenders and offenses with aggravating circumstances could result in a felony DUI conviction. If you or someone you love has recently been arrested or is facing a felony DUI charge, it is important to seek a knowledgeable lawyer as soon as possible.
Philip Angelini has more than 30 years of experience and has handled thousands of DUI cases in the DuPage County area as a prosecutor and defense lawyer. He knows how to effectively represent clients facing serious DUI felony charges.
Felony DUI convictions can result in penitentiary time instead of fines or county jail. You can protect you rights and seek to defeat the charges against you. Call 630-413-4174 to speak directly with attorney Philip Angelini, or contact him by email for immediate assistance.
Effective Felony DUI Defense: Assessing The Case Against You
Even after an arrest and charges are filed, the work of law enforcement is not complete. The prosecutor still has to prove his case in court. At your initial consultation, attorney Angelini will assess the relevant facts and determine how the prosecution is likely to proceed in your case. Using police reports, witness statements, Breathalyzer results and other evidence, he will begin to build a compelling record in your defense.
In Illinois, felony DUI charges may arise under the following circumstances:
- Third DUI offense and prior convictions
- DUI without a license
- DUI without insurance
- DUI and injury to others
- Reckless homicide
Advocacy Focused On Results: Your Likelihood Of Success
Successfully handling the defense of a DUI felony allegation requires the ability to assess the facts of a case while pursuing a case based on the likelihood of success. Attorney Angelini will provide honest and forthright advice concerning the possible outcomes for your case and proceed in your case with the goal of optimal results. Whether success in your case means a reduction of charges, preventing a jail sentence, a plea bargain or defeating your charges at trial, completely depends on the facts and circumstances in your case.