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Our Approach to Successful DUI Representation

The DUI lawyers of Erickson, Davis, Murphy, Johnson & Walsh know DUI. Our experienced DUI attorneys will spend the time necessary to find any weakness in the evidence against you. We will work to dismantle the prosecutor’s case by putting the police procedure used against you under a microscope. We will aggressively negotiate a plea bargain, work to avoid a conviction, fight to keep evidence against you out of court, and make police accountable for any mistakes.

Need to Drive? We can help.

Illinois law allows many DUI offenders to continue to drive while their license is suspended. If this is your first DUI, we can help you apply for your Monitoring Device Driving Permit (MDDP). If this is your second or even third DUI, we can help you apply for a Restricted Driving Permit (RDP) and represent you in your administrative hearing with the Secretary of State. We can even help you save money on your BAIID installation.

Our lawyers will help you understand your best options based on your unique circumstances.

Attorney Daniel J. Reynolds

  • Dan has successfully employed evidence-based DUI plea negotiation techniques to achieve such favorable results as amendment of DUI charges to reckless driving and rescission of statutory summary suspension. Dan aggressively seeks the best plea offer available by statute.
  • In law school, Dan worked alongside prosecutors as an intern at the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Office and the Champaign County Office of the State’s Attorney.
  • Dan was selected for SLU Law Public Interest Law Group’s Dagen Fellowship for work as an intern with the Champaign County Office of the State’s Attorney (Summer 2012)
  • Dan earned a concentration in criminal litigation skills from the Saint Louis University School of Law.

Contact Dan to schedule a DUI consultation. Our discussion will be completely confidential, and I will help you understand your options.

DISCLAIMER: the information on this website is for general purposes only and should not be interpreted to indicate a certain result will occur in your specific legal situation; results cannot be guaranteed. The information on this website is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship.