Westmont, Illinois DUI & Traffic Offense Attorneys Serving Greater Chicago

Our DUI and traffic offense lawyers are will work to protect your license, minimize charges and fines, and preserve your record.

Your Best Defense to Drunk Driving Charges

Hazardous weather, uneven roads, or a motorist's pre-existing medical condition can deceive a police officer into thinking that you are driving under the influence (DUI). When law enforcement's interpretation of "reasonable suspicion" or "probable cause" results in your arrest for DUI, you could benefit from the strength and knowledge of an experienced DUI defense attorney.

Hubeny & Zaba, LLC's Westmont, Illinois DUI defense attorneys provide assertive and knowledgeable defense in drunk driving cases. Your driver's license is everything to you. We explore every avenue possible that could win a dismissal or reduction of the drunk driving charges against you. Our emphasis on personal service and maximum availability reflects that commitment.

Don't delay in contacting us while prosecutors mount a case against you. You need forceful DUI defense now. Call 630-455-0500 or use our online contact form.

Personal Service, Maximum Availability and a Convenient Central Location

Our DUI lawyers aggressively protect your rights in drunk driving cases by:

  • Questioning a police officer's "probable cause" for arresting you
  • Challenging the validity of field sobriety and breath/blood test results and the functionality of testing equipment
  • Advocating for driver's license reinstatement
  • Lobbying for lesser or alternative punishments in the event of conviction
  • Representing those arrested for the first time, as well as repeat offenders and holders of commercial driver's licenses (CDL)

Our trusted DUI defense and criminal defense lawyers know what you are up against: serious limitations on your ability to travel so you can get to your job and provide for your family; impact on your car or truck insurance premiums; and damage to your reputation, just to name a few.

We fight back on your behalf with tireless and skillful investigation with prosecutors. We come to hearings with the facts of your case and use them persuasively, to try to win back your Illinois driver's license.

It's not who we are that counts — it's what we can do for you. Contact our convenient, centrally located Westmont law office for the free consultation that could change your life for the better.

Contact Our Chicago DUI Defense Lawyers

Our attorneys can speak with you right now at 630-455-0500. We serve clients throughout Greater Chicago and its suburbs, including counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, and Will. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request.

DUI Process

Following a DUI arrest, you may not know where to turn, how to expect your case to progress or what steps you should take to protect your rights. At Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, in Westmont, Illinois, our DUI lawyers have extensive experience handling a w… Read More

Illinois DUI Penalties

A DUI conviction in Illinois will result in serious penalties, which can include jail time, fines and a damaging criminal record. Repeat offenders will be subject to more severe penalties. At Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, in Westmont, our DUI and criminal atto… Read More

Field Sobriety & Breathalyzer Testing

When you are pulled over for a suspected DUI, law enforcement officials will seek to collect any possible evidence to be used against you in court. Field sobriety tests, breathalyzers and other circumstantial evidence may be presented against you to… Read More

Repeat & Felony DUI

Defendants charged with a repeat DUI offense face very different penalties than first-time offenders. In many cases, these penalties can be extreme, particularly if there are aggravating circumstances associated with the arrest. At Hubeny & Zaba,… Read More

Traffic Violations

A routine traffic stop arising from a speeding violation, moving violation or other offense may seem minor. Many people are tempted to simply pay the fine and plead "guilty" by admission. Unfortunately, offenders do not realize that a conviction co… Read More

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Illinois has recently amended the DUI statute dealing with marijuana DUI’s. Previously, a person driving with any amount of cannabis in their system could be charged with a DUI, meaning if traces of cannabis were found in a person’s syste… Read More
New DUI Laws
September 29th, 2015
On January 1, 2016, a change to the DUI laws will take effect.  The legislation eliminates statutory periods where a driver could not obtain relief from a statutory summary suspension or DUI revocation.  Examples of this is allowing drivers to obt… Read More