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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
- - Current
- 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. (1996) | Mechanical Engineering
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662 Questions Answered
- Q. My cell phone was lost/ stolen while being arrested can I sue the police department for negligence?
- A: You could always try and file a law suit against the police, but these types of law suits are rarely successful.
- Q. Son got improper passing on right while on I-88. Code 11-704(a). But that road has 2 or more lanes, so how is it illegal
- A: It seems to me that there may be more to this story, but on its face, it seems that this ticket will not stand up in court. If he really wants to fight this ticket, he should hire an attorney to assist him. The sooner an attorney is hire, the better.
- Q. How to reduce the fine or dismissed ticket for driving with no insurance?
- A: You have what is called late compliance which you will have to show in court in order to receive Court Supervision. If this is not your first No Insurance ticket, you need to hire an attorney to assist you with this matter right away because if you receive a conviction on a No Insurance ticket, your driver's license will be suspended.
- Q. I am 17 got a speeding ticket for doing 19 over on my ticket it says that no court appearance is required, do I still go
- A: First, tell your parents about this ticket. This ticket will cause issues with their car insurance if you are convicted. Second, you will want to appear in court to make sure that you receive Court Supervision, which means you will have to bring a parent to court with you. Third, your parents should consult with an attorney to discuss what the best options are. Finally, you should listen to your parents after they have consulted with an attorney.
- Q. Ticket says no court appearance required but online it says I have a court date, do I have to go, I’m 17
- A: First, tell your parents about this ticket. Do not try and hide this ticket from them because it could cause issues with their car insurance. Second, contact the Circuit Court Clerk's Office in the Court House where you may have to appear to find out if you have to appear in court. Third, have your parents contact an attorney to discuss it further. Finally, listen to what your parents have to say regarding this matter after they have consulted with an attorney.
- Q. If I am 17 do I have to have an adult with me to pay my ticket in person?
- A: If you appear in court, you will need a parent with you, but if you are just paying the ticket, which you could do online in most jurisdictions, you should not need an parent with you. Depending on the ticket, you will likely have to appear in court.
- Q. I received a ticket in Missouri for not wearing a seat belt a non moving violation. Will it get sent back to illinois.
- A: It is not a moving violation in Illinois. I tell anyone that calls me on this type of ticket to just pay it and move on. No need to appear in court and pay an increased fine.
- Q. I live in Missouri. I am 52 years old with nothing on my driving record for at least 13 years. Bought SUV and got
- A: Get proper insurance on the SUV and show that in court and request Court Supervision. Get proper registration on the other vehicle and show that in court, but you will likely want to hire an attorney for the improper use of plate ticket because it is a criminal offense.
- Q. I was a victim of fraud in san Juan Puerta Rico but I live in Chicago how can I sue for the money she took
- A: You will likely have to hire an attorney in San Juan Puerta Rico. The sooner you do this, the better.
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