Felony DUI Defense

Madison County Felony DUI Lawyer, Serving Clients Throughout Southern Illinois and Missouri

Under Illinois state law, DUIs can be charged as felony offenses, based on certain circumstances. If you are being charged with a felony, you face possible penalties such as jail time and loss of your driver’s license. You can take an important step toward protecting your rights, freedoms and future by talking to a skilled Madison County felony DUI attorney.

The Johnston Law Offices can take immediate action to protect your rights, freedoms and future. To schedule your free initial consultation with an Edwardsville DWI defense lawyer, call us at (618) 655-1234. You can also contact a Madison County felony DUI lawyer online.

We Provide Effective Felony DUI Defense

At the Johnston Law Offices, a knowledgeable DUI defense attorney will be on your side throughout the entirety of your case. Our law firm is committed to help you avoid all the consequences of a drunk driving conviction, including:

  • Jail time
  • Heavy monetary fines
  • Statutory summary driver’s license suspension
  • Installation of a BAIID (breath-activated ignition interlock device) in your vehicle
Was Someone Injured in a Drunk Driving Accident?

If someone was injured in a car accident by a driver who was under the influence, the driver can be charged with a felony — even if it is his or her first DUI offense. If you have been charged with causing a drunk driving accident, you need a skilled defense attorney who understands all the nuances of this offense. At the Johnston Law Offices, you will find an attorney who is dedicated to your defense and securing the best possible outcome on your behalf, given this serious charge.

Contact an Edwardsville DWI Defense Attorney

If you or a family member has been arrested on suspicion of or charged with a multiple DUI, do not waste any time reaching out to our law firm for a free initial consultation. Call (618) 655-1234 or contact a Madison County felony DUI attorney online.


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