Helping You Protect Your Privilege To Drive
For drivers who have been charged with a DUI or who have refused to submit to a Breathalyzer or chemical test for alcohol and who have not been convicted of a DUI within the past five years, there are options available to minimize the impact on your driving privileges.
A monitoring device driving permit (MDDP) in conjunction with a breath alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) will allow you to minimize the impact to your ability to drive.
Many people find the suspension of their driving privileges to be the most challenging aspect of a DUI. Obtaining an MDDP and having a BAIID installed will allow you to be able to drive for most of your suspension period. After serving 30 days of your driver’s license suspension period an MDDP in conjunction with a BAIID will allow you to drive for the rest of your suspension period.
At The Law Office of Philip R. Nathe, our Downers Grove DUI attorney knows how important it is for people to be able to handle their own transportation needs. Public transportation is inconvenient by comparison and its availability is limited or nonexistent in some locations. Attorney Philip Nathe has been practicing criminal defense in DuPage County for more than 20 years.
With our extensive experience in the Illinois criminal justice system we can help you pursue an MDDP and help you stay on the road.
Get The Experienced Defense You Need
If you are facing DUI charges and want to ensure that there is no interruption to your ability to be in control of your own transportation, 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 1-888-583-6197 or simply contact us online.
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