This Chicago DUI Attorney has posted here and here about being wrongly accused.
There are horror stories every day about crimes committed. Still we all tend to ignore the stories of the falsely accused. Every time someone hears what I do for a living, I'm asked how I can defend people who are guilty. I always respond that I often defend folks who are not guilty but wrongly charged. Inevitably the asker of the question looks at me as if I'm a Martian. Justice delayed is still Justice denied. From msnbc.com:
A man arrested for driving while intoxicated and then forced into
solitary confinement for two years tried to get help by writing to the
jail's nurse, but the only response he got was a dose of sedatives,
his lawyer said.
Stephen Slevin, 57, was arrested in August 2005 in New Mexico’s Dona
Ana County, charged with aggravated driving while under the influence
and possession of a stolen vehicle, although Slevin maintains the car
was lent to him by a friend. On Tuesday, a federal jury in Sante Fe
awarded him $22 million in damages for enduring inhumane conditions in
the Dona Ana County jail, which he emerged from "hollow," Matt Coyte,
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Law Office of Ava George Stewart, P.C.
I have successfully defended thousands of DUI and criminal traffic cases in Chicago and surrounding Cook County, including those with accidents and fatalities.
Member, National College of DUI Defense;
Member, Illinois State Bar Association Assembly Member and Traffic Laws and Courts Section; Women's Criminal Defense Bar Association.