Noll Law Office DUI & Criminal Defense Attorney Blog

  • Aug 1

    What Can I Expect a Criminal Lawyer to Ask Me During a Consultation?

    "Why are you here? What's got you concerned?" Maybe it's an investigation going on or something prospective that the person wants to make sure does not become a problem. That's a legitimate issue. Then one of the questions we ask, "What's your sense of where things are? Have you been ...  Read More

  • Jul 29

    Can The Noll Law Office Help Me With Tax Fraud Case

    Often times people will have problems with the IRS that may shock you, but the IRS is notorious for a number of different matters. We have done a tremendous number of cases where the IRS was claiming some type of fraud on behalf of our clients. When I went to ...  Read More

  • Jul 25

    What Are the Common Punishments for a DUI in Illinois?

    In Illinois the legislature has promulgated or created certain punishments for each DUI offense. Normally speaking, the punishment is based on the number of DUIs the individual has had. The lawyers at the Noll Law Office are skilled criminal defense attorneys who emphasize communication and honesty. Our lawyers utilize their training, ...  Read More

  • Jul 22

    Will Noll Law Bail Me Out Of Jail?

    I cannot tell you how many times our office has gotten a call late at night or on the weekend for setting a bond. Setting a bond is an important thing. Something gets pulled in. They have employment, they have family. They get arrested for something, especially at Friday night, ...  Read More

  • Jul 18

    Introduction To DUIs in Illinois

    Currently in Illinois, there are 6 different charges for DUI. The most common is driving under the influence of alcohol. This offense can be charged in 2 separate ways. First, an individual may be charged with simply driving under the influence of alcohol. The second way is by charging an ...  Read More

  • Jul 15

    Is It Possible To Get a DUI Sober?

    Can I get a DUI if I'm sober? The short answer is maybe. It depends on the type of DUI. If you've no alcohol in your system, obviously you can't be convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol. However, where the answer becomes maybe is in terms of drugs. ...  Read More