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Felony DUI Defense: Experienced Trial Lawyers Who Know How To Pursue Timely, Favorable Outcomes

First- and second-offense DUIs in Illinois are typically charged as misdemeanors; however, any DUI may be charged as a felony if the prosecutor decides that circumstances warrant. Circumstances that can raise a DUI to the level of a felony offense include the number of DUI arrests in the previous 10 years; the level of the driver's blood alcohol content, whether the DUI driver caused an accident with injuries or fatalities, and even whether minor age children were riding in the car driven by the DUI driver.

Illinois Aggravated DUI · DUI Accident Charges · Felony Drunk Driving Charges

If you have been charged with felony DUI in central Illinois, you are facing a serious offense that can result in years in state prison, thousands of dollars in fines and the loss of your driver's license for years.

Your first call should be to an experienced DUI defense attorney at Holley, Rosen & Beard, LLC. Our team has years of DUI defense experience in criminal courts throughout central Illinois. We know how hard prosecutors work to pursue a conviction, and we fight intelligently and aggressively to protect your rights.

Will I Go To Jail? We Will Do Everything Possible To Prevent It.

No lawyer can predict an outcome of a felony DUI case. There are too many factors that can affect the prosecutor's and judge's decisions. We have earned the respect of the prosecutors and courts throughout the region with our dedication to our clients, preparation, knowledge and results.

We work vigorously to find alternatives that will dismiss the charges or reduce the charges to a misdemeanor and no time in jail, whenever possible. The prosecutor's office knows that we have our case prepared and will go to every measure to protect our clients' future, including trial, when necessary.

Defend Your Rights, Reputation And Driving Privileges — Call Us

From offices in Springfield, our lawyers advise and represent clients in communities throughout central Illinois. Contact us at 217-280-4984, 877-671-5884 or via email to arrange a free initial consultation with our attorneys.