Protecting Your Future And Livelihood
Truckers, delivery drivers and others who rely on their commercial driver’s license (CDL) to make a living understand the importance of protecting such a valuable asset. Maintaining a valid commercial driver’s license is an absolute necessity for those who work on the road. Professional drivers understand the damage a DUI can do to their ability to earn a living.
If you hold a commercial driver’s license and you have been charged with drunk driving, you need to present the most effective defense possible. Do not put your career at risk. Secure aggressive and experienced representation that understands exactly how important maintaining your commercial driver’s license is.
At The Law Office of Philip R. Nathe, our Illinois CDL DUI attorney brings extensive experience to the defense of commercial driver’s license holders who are facing DUI. We understand how important it is to preserve commercial driving privileges. We know that your ability to earn a living relies on your having a valid CDL, and we will work to help you protect it.
Commercial Drivers Are Held To A Higher Standard
Commercial drivers have a lower threshold than regular drivers. A blood alcohol content (BAC) level of .08 is the level at which a driver is assumed to be impaired. For those who have a CDL that level is .04.
If you are arrested, a breath test or refusal is grounds for a suspension of your CDL. We will work to have the charges you are facing amended to allow you to keep your CDL. We will work to persuade the court to rescind your suspension to avoid permanently disqualifying you from holding a commercial driver’s license.
Contact An Experienced Attorney
If you hold a commercial driver’s license and you are facing DUI charges, your top priority is the protection of your commercial driving privileges. Secure the representation of an attorney who understands what is at stake. Turn to the Law Office of Philip R. Nathe. Our decades of experience allow us to provide our clients with an aggressive and effective defense. To schedule a free initial consultation with our lawyer, call 630-364-4621, toll free at 888-583-6197 or simply contact us online.
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