Principal accused of drunk driving to appear in court

An evening out can end in various ways. Some people may decide to paint the town red and stay out late, and others may choose to call it an early night and head home to relax. Whatever the decision, it is important to remember that law enforcement officers patrol at all hours, and a traffic violation could lead to a drunk driving charge in certain situations.

This type of scenario befell an associate principal in Illinois. According to recent reports, the man was driving a vehicle, allegedly failed to maintain the correct lane and was speeding. It was noted that he was traveling at 51 mph in a 35-mph zone. As a result, an officer stopped his vehicle.

Details on what took place during the traffic stop were not given in the report. Nonetheless, the driver was taken into custody on charges of DUI, improper lane usage and speeding. It was unclear what evidence may have caused officers to suspect impaired driving. The report indicated that the man is set to appear in court for those charges later this month.

A night out ending up as a night in jail is not anyone’s wish. This Illinois man will certainly want to handle the drunk driving charges and other allegations as best as possible. He may have concerns about how the charges will affect his career and other aspects of his life, so it may benefit him to thoroughly review his criminal defense options in efforts to work toward favorable outcomes.