Carbondale, IL DUI and criminal defense attorney Brian Roberts is highly respected for his skill and knowledge in defending people charged with everything from a traffic ticket to more complicated crimes. If you have been arrested or received a traffic ticket in Carbondale, IL, or any of our practice areas, then contact us right now for a free case review.
Carbondale is the home of Southern Illinois University Carbondale. SIU is the educational home to nearly 20,000 students every school year. Unfortunately, some of these students find themselves facing a DUI in Illinois, marijuana possession, or other type of criminal charge. Some of these charges may seem like a small matter, but actually have lifelong consequences. Simply pleading guilty to a misdemeanor marijuana or DUI charge may prohibit you from receiving certain scholarships, financial grants, employment offers, and more.
When you have been arrested for any crime, or received even a traffic ticket in Illinois call our office before pleading guilty. It does not cost you anything to let us provide you a case evaluation, and list your options for you. Even simply pleading guilty and paying a minor traffic ticket can cost you hundreds or more in increased insurance rates, denial of the ability to rent vehicles, and more.
If you have been arrested for a DUI in Illinois you need to contact us immediately after your arrest. You only have a limited time to challenge the suspension of your license. If you fail to challenge this suspension in time you will lose your license without any ability to challenge the suspension in court.
If you have received a traffic ticket in Pulaski County, IL or any part of Southern, IL you should contact us before you pay your ticket. We can help fight or reduce your ticket to avoid higher insurance rates and point assessments on your driver’s license.
If you are in need of a Carbondale, IL DUI or criminal defense attorney contact us right now for a free case evaluation, and learn how we can help you avoid the high cost of a criminal conviction. If you have been arrested for a DUI in Illinois you only have a limited time to fight your driver’s license suspension.