Illinois Bar Journal

Articles From Larry A. Davis

Too High to Drive?

By Larry A. Davis
July
2020
Article
, Page 26
How does cannabis legalization alter Illinois DUI law?

What’s New in Traffic Law for 2014

By Larry A. Davis & Thomas C. Speedie
November
2014
Article
, Page 532
Are you a lawyer who represents drivers, or maybe one who gets behind the wheel from time to time? Here are nine important traffic law developments.
1 comment (Most recent November 3, 2014)

The Medical Cannabis Act and Illinois DUI Law

By Larry A. Davis
March
2014
Article
, Page 128
The Medical Cannabis Act makes important changes to DUI law, some of which are likely to inspire litigation.

The Monitored Device Driving Permit: What Practitioners Need to Know

By Larry A. Davis
October
2011
Article
, Page 506
Illinois replaced the judicial driving permit with the monitored device driving permit ("MDDP"), which requires a large number of DUI offenders to use a breath interlock device. This article reviews the law and recent changes.
1 comment (Most recent October 11, 2011)

Demystifying Illinois DUI Sentencing

By Larry A. Davis
July
2009
Article
, Page 352
Presenting Illinois’ confusing DUI sentencing options as a chart enables practitioners to see at a glance which penalties their clients face.

Representing DUI Revoked or Suspended Drivers Before the Secretary of State

By Larry A. Davis
June
2002
Article
, Page 292
A step-by-step guide to helping clients seek restoration of their driving privileges.

New DUI, Traffic Laws Stiffen Penalties

By Larry A. Davis
December
2001
Article
, Page 651
Three new acts increase the penalty for driving while revoked and DUI offenses.

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