Illinois Traffic And Criminal Defense Attorney
DUI, Traffic And Criminal Defense In Lake County And Across Illinois
The ability to drive is important to your life. You need to drive to get to work, to visit friends and family, to pick up groceries and to run errands. Without your driver’s license, everything you do on a daily basis suddenly becomes overwhelmingly stressful.
If you have been accused of a crime, DUI or a serious traffic violation, you need a sound, effective defense — but you may also need to fight to prevent driver’s license suspension or revocation. If you have already lost your license, you need to fight to get it back. I can help.
Areas Of Practices
More Than 30 Years of Criminal Defense Experience
I am Alan E. Jones, and my goal as your attorney is to provide you with comprehensive, effective and reasonably priced legal counsel. Since 1989, I have been defending local and out-of-state drivers against drunk driving charges, traffic citations and criminal allegations in the courts of Lake County, Illinois.
Whether your case is fairly straightforward or extremely complex, I can help you:
- Fight to prevent your driver’s license from being taken away
- Fight to reclaim your driving privileges after having them suspended or revoked
A Note for Other Lawyers About Referrals
If you are an attorney seeking help for a client in Illinois, do not hesitate to contact me. I provide criminal and traffic defense in the courts of Lake County and license reinstatement services involving any Illinois driver’s license. I will do everything I can to get a positive outcome in the case. With more than 30 years of experience, I am fully prepared to handle cases of any level of complexity, and if you have a problem in an area out of my range, I will try to help you find counsel in that area
Clear Answers From an Attorney Who Knows the Law
People who come to my law office want their questions answered. If it is a DUI offense, they want to know if they will ever get their license back. In criminal cases, they want to know if they will go to jail or end up with a criminal record. Most of all, they want to know that I will protect their rights at the negotiation table and in court. I will take the time to answer your questions and explain your options.
Even if you believe you are guilty, it is important to seek representation from a qualified lawyer before making any decisions. There are options to help minimize the damage, such as requesting court supervision, counseling or educational programs, which could mean no conviction on your record.