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Know how to transport your gun legally

Weapon-related criminal charges can be a serious problem, particularly if you are convicted. That mark will remain on your record and could affect everything from your chances of employment to the places you are allowed to live. Yet you can get into trouble even if you did not harm or even intend to harm anyone with your weapon.

What are the penalties for drug possession Illinois?

Any form of drug conviction in Illinois can have a serious impact on your life and your future. For example, if you are a student who gets convicted of selling drugs, you cannot receive any student loans, grants or other aid for two years. If it happens a second time, the ban becomes permanent. Even simply having illegal drugs in your possession can have severe consequences, ranging from fines up to lengthy prison sentences.

Refusing a BAC test could cost you your license

If you appear to be intoxicated while driving in Illinois, there is a good chance that you will be stopped by authorities and asked to submit to testing. The tests you could be asked to perform can include a range of field sobriety tests along with breath tests or even blood tests to determine your blood alcohol concentration. If your BAC is found to be 0.08 percent or above, this could result in you being charged with a drunk driving offense.

Be prepared to stand your ground when faced with criminal charges

Being charged with a crime is not something that anyone wants to have to go through, especially if they are innocent. Unfortunately, every year in Illinois, countless individuals are investigated for crimes they did not commit, or for actions that were beyond their control. It is a taxing and difficult experience and one that is rarely over quickly. If you are faced with charges of any kind, forming a strong defense is critical.

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