Illinois state law requires that following an arrest for DUI, on the 46th day from service of the law enforcement sworn report, your license will be summarily suspended if you are stopped by the police and you fail a breath test (have a blood alcohol content, or BAC, in excess of .08), refuse a blood, breath or urine test, or take a test with any amount of any prohibited substance in your system.
This can have a very serious impact on your life. The average American's ability to get to work, take care of a family and live a productive life centers around an automobile. The loss of your driver's license will affect just about every aspect of how you function.
The lawyers at Camic Johnson have over 150 years of combined experience in defending DUI charges and preventing the suspension of the licenses of their clients. Mr. Camic is a former police officer with the same training and certification in field sobriety tests for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as the majority of police officers have. He has also been a member of the National College for DUI Defense. Mr. Johnson is the former elected state's attorney of Kane County. They are supported by a firm full of equally qualified attorneys from various backgrounds in law enforcement and work for the prosecution. They know how to defend your right to drive and how to get your license reinstated.
Contact Camic Johnson to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation.
Elgin Summary Suspension Hearing Attorneys
The attorneys of Camic Johnson will contest the suspension of your license on one or more of these four grounds:
- Reasonable suspicion for the officer to stop you for driving while intoxicated
- Probable cause for an arrest
- Whether or not you were properly warned of the consequences of failure to take the sobriety test
- Failure of the testing system or a misunderstanding on the officer's part of your refusal of test
When you retain an Aurora statutory summary suspensions attorney from Camic Johnson, you're getting the knowledge and experience of the entire firm to defend you. The team mentality of the firm enables them to pool their resources to work for the best possible resolution of your case.