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Kopp Law - Criminal Defense


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Expunging and sealing criminal records

Criminal convictions can be a real problem for you even after you have served out whatever sentence was required. You may find an employer does not trust you, or that you were denied a professional license, or a place of higher learning has doubts about your fitness...

Can I contest a traffic ticket?

Illinois traffic tickets have two boxes that a police officer must mark. One box requires you to go to court, while the other does not. In the event you are not required to go to court, you have a decision to make. You may decide to go ahead and plead guilty to the...

What is a “per se” DUI?

As of 2005, every state in the union has per se DUI laws on their books. Many people might think they understand how their BAC could impact their situation if they are pulled over for drunk driving. However, it is critical for anyone–regardless of whether or not they...