Legal Question in DUI Law in Illinois

Violation of Conditional Discharge

I have a dui and i violated my conditional discharge by driving on a revoked license what will happen to my DUI conditional discharge

Asked on 7/13/09, 8:43 pm

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David Shestokas Shestokas, & Associates
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Re: Violation of Conditional Discharge

You have two serious problems. One is the revocation of your conditional discharge. The second is the driving on revoked case. Regarding the conditional discharge, upon a finding of violation the judge can resentence you to anything he could have sentenced you originally. This includes up to a year in jail. Regarding the new charge, that on its own is a Class A misdemeanor, which carries a fine of up to $2500 and/or up to 364 days in jail. You certainly need an attorney. Here are several websites that will give you more information regarding your situation:

http://www.shestokas.com/Suspended_License.html

http://peacesecurity.suite101.com/article.cfm/driving_suspended_in_illinois

http://peacesecurity.suite101.com/article.cfm/illinois_criminal_sentencing_law

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