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DUI Attorney in Lake County

Charged with Multiple DUI Convictions?

Drunk driving is a serious offense in Illinois. A first time offender could spend a year in jail and have his or license revoked. If this is your second or third offense, however, you may face prison sentences of 14 years, a permanent loss of your license and heavy fines. When facing multiple DUI charges, it is imperative to secure representation from an experienced and knowledgeable attorney.

There Is No Substitute for Experience and Knowledge

When you seek a DUI defense lawyer to represent you or a family member in a multiple DUI or DWI case, you want an attorney who can mitigate the consequences and help you keep your driving privileges.

Attorney Al Wysocki has more than 30 years of experience in the legal field as a former judge in Lake County, a former prosecutor, a former criminal law professor, a former chief deputy and a former fingerprint technician. His unique background and experience gives him a thorough understanding of criminal law and what it takes to form a solid and effective defense for his clients.

Building a Strong Defense

Cases involving multiple or felony DUI offenses require a more aggressive criminal defense. Mr. Wysocki uses his extensive experience, comprehensive knowledge and carefully honed trial skills to help clients through this difficult time. He can often expose weaknesses in the prosecution's case to both the judge and jury.

Attorney Wysocki explores every option for your defense. He understands that a one size fits all approach simply does not work in multiple DUI offense cases.

Contact Mr. Wysocki and discover the benefits of having a skilled DUI defense lawyer on your side. Se habla español.

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(847) 892-6162
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325 Washington Street, Suite 200
Waukegan, IL 60085
Local Phone: (847) 244-3030

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