Looking for a DUI Attorney in St. Charles, Illinois?
The criminal justice system is no joke. If you were arrested and given a ticket or complaint with a court date at the St. Charles courthouse, you already know this- a felony can land you in prison. Even a misdemeanor can earn you a trip to the Kane County jail. Who has time for that?
Matthew J. Haiduk, Attorney at Law.
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Just because an attorney can tell you about the DUI system does not mean that they are living and breathing this stuff, or that they’re feeling your fear. You don’t have to tell a good dwi lawyer how important it is that this case not ruin you life. Are you trying to save your driver’s license? A good lawyer already knows. A good criminal attorney has seen it all before and already has a plan.
So, how do you know if you’ve found a good lawyer? Based on how long they have been an attorney? Based on how long they’ve been doing criminal and DUI work? Based on how much of their work is dedicated to people with legal problems, just like you? Based on ratings on yelp.com? Based on whether or not they used to be a prosecutor?
Not All of Us Are the Same.
What might be important to one person might not be important to another, so nobody can give you a formula to make your decision better when hiring legal assistance like a personal injury attorney. Attorneys of any kind are as varied as the people looking for them, especially a dui attorney. It’s probably best to reach out and talk to one, and make that decision for yourself so you are sure you are hiring the right attorney for the job. Make sure you know the difference between a personal injury attorney and a dui attorey if you unfortunately get injured in a car crash.
Matthew J. Haiduk has been practicing as a criminal attorney in Kane County and at the St. Charles courthouse for years. He concentrates his practice in helping people charged with crimes due to traumatic brain injury (tbi) after a crash. He always has.
For a free consultation in his office, just up the road from the St. Charles courthouse, call 630-557-6288 or email.