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Criminal defense attorney practicing in Will, Du Page, Cook, Kane, Kendall and surrounding areas handling matter from minor traffic tickets, DUIs, domestic battery, drugs cases, sex cases and all misdemeanors and felonies.
- Criminal Law
- Domestic Violence
- DUI & DWI
- Intellectual Property
- Juvenile Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- 6th Circuit
- 7th Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Ooink Law
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- Criminal defense firm handling matters in Will, DuPage, Cook, Kane, Kendall and the surrounding areas.
- Giamanco & Ooink
- DePaul College of Law
- J.D. (2003)
- Lawrence Technological University
- B.S. / Mechanical Engineering (1996)
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35 Questions Answered
- Q. I was in an accident going the wrong way on a one way but it was the other persons fault and my ticket was later amended
- A: Police reports do not get amended. You may want to pull a certified copy of the Court disposition to show proof that the ticket was amended.
- Q. I have a "operation of uninsured vehicle" ticket that I'm trying to pay
- A: Pay for the ticket? The only way you can pay for this ticket is if you have already appeared in court and the Judge has ordered you to pay a fine. If this has not happened, I strongly suggest you appear in court with either valid proof of insurance on the day you were stopped or proof of insurance after the date of the ticket.
- Q. I got a speeding ticket for going 30 over
- A: I agree with counsel. This is not the type of speeding ticket that you want to handle on your own. You really should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you with this matter. The last thing you want is a conviction on your record.
- Q. I got my first speeding ticket doing 25 over 60 in a 35. I am 19 and this happened in IL. What will my consequence be?
- A: This is considered a petty offense and punishable by fine and Traffic Safety School only. Since this is your first offense, it is highly likely that you will received Court Supervision and a fine. An experienced attorney will be able to handle this matter for you without you having to go to court.
- Q. I'm being of convicted of improper use of resistance sticker in Illinois. I'm obviously not guilty and furious! See more
- A: They are not likely going to dismiss this type of charge. Stickers come on a paper registration which you should have asked for from your father. Your story is likely not going to fly in court. I strongly suggest you hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to assist you with this matter.
- Q. I have traffic court today an there's no way I can make it. What are my best options In dealing with this matter?
- A: You should hire an attorney to appear in court for you and hopefully that attorney can prevent a warrant from being issued. At the very least, you should send someone to court to explain to the Judge why you were unable to make it to court. The only acceptable reason for not being in court is that you are currently in the hospital. Having to work is not an acceptable excuse for not making it to court because everyone has to work.
- Q. i borrowed 1000 dollars from checkntocash and end up paying over 1800 dollars for it in order to get my title back , Is
- A: Yes, you signed an agreement when you got the loan. You need to take a close look at the loan document. These types of loans are never recommended due to the very high interest rate.
- Q. will you get your license still if you got a ticket for not wearing a seat belt in the back seat?
- A: Your questions is confusing to me. I am assuming that you have never been issued a license and you would like to know if you can still get a license having been issued a no seat belt ticket. You should not have any issues getting your license assuming you have resolved the ticket and paid the fine if one was given to you.
- Q. I was arrested for driving with a suspended license. I didn't know about the suspension. Do I need a lawyer for court?
- A: It is always advisable to go to court with an attorney. Driving on a suspended license is a class A misdemeanor in IL, which is punishable up to 364 days in jail and up to $2,500.00 in fines. I am not saying that you will be going to jail, because most people do not go to jail on such matters but you really should have an attorney with you when you go to court.
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