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Section Newsletter Articles on Aggravated DUI

Aggravated DUI Conviction Affirmed by Appellate Court By J. Brick Van Der Snick Traffic Laws and Courts, October 2017 In People v. Martin, the Defendant appealed his conviction following a jury trial for Aggravated DUI on two grounds. On appeal the Defendant’s conviction was affirmed by the Appellate Court.
People v. Way: A defendant charged with aggravated DUI may raise the affirmative defense of sole proximate cause By Hon. Brad L. Badgley Bench and Bar, August 2017 A look at the effects of this recent Illinois Supreme Court case.
Appellate court reverses trial court’s denial of allowing defendant to present a defense at trial By J. Brick Van Der Snick Traffic Laws and Courts, May 2016 A second summary of the decision in People v. Way.
A defendant’s right to contest proximate cause in aggravated DUI cases By Anthony A. Bruno Traffic Laws and Courts, May 2016 In People v. Way, The appellate court ruled that the defendant should have been allowed to present her evidence, and the State should have been allowed to attack it.

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