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Will County DUI FAQs

Joliet, IL Criminal Defense Lawyers Answering Your Questions

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [1] provides that the rate of alcohol impairment among drivers involved in fatal crashes is four times higher at night. According to the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office [2], 281 individuals died in alcohol related accidents accounting for thirty percent of all fatal crashes statewide in the year 2014.

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Joliet DUI

In 2014, there were 1,429 drivers arrested in Will County for driving under the influence. This is the fourth largest amount for any county in the state of Illinois with only Cook and Lake counties having a greater number of DUI arrests. If you are one of the many who are arrested for DUI in Joliet or Southern Naperville, you likely have many questions:

Joliet Police Cracking Down on Drunk Drivers this Holiday Season in Will County

Will County DUI and Joliet DUI Attorneys

According to the Joliet Patch, Police will be deployed from December 23rd through January 1st at various locations throughout Joliet and Will County, Illinois. December 9, 2016 (Joliet Patch). Joel P. Brown and Reeder & Brown, P.C. concentrates in Will County and Joliet DUI arrests for first time offenders, second-time offenders, and others. Joel P. Brown is a former Assistant Will County State’s Attorney that is familiar with the Joliet and Will County DUI process because he has prosecuted hundreds to thousands of DUIs in Will County, Illinois while serving as an Assistant Will County State’s Attorney through January of 2016.

According to the Joliet Patch, the Joliet Police Department is participating in a national effort during the holiday season to raise awareness of the risks of drinking and driving. The Joliet Police Department will be using special high visibility enforcement tools such as a roadside safety checkpoint and seat belt enforcement zones.

What are the drink limits for a Will County DUI Arrest?

A driver in Will County, Illinois may be arrested for driving a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol if they have a blood-alcohol content level of .08 or higher. Each person has a different metabolism rate and there is no set amount of drinks on alcohol one must use to avoid a Mokena, Will County DUI Arrest.

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