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Driving Without a BAIID

DuPage County Lawyers for Charges of Driving Without a BAIID

Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device

If you have chosen not to receive a MDDP and participate in the BAIID program, you face serious consequences if you are caught driving during the suspension period. In fact, driving without a BAIID is a serious offense — a Class 4 felony.

Offenders who receive an MDDP and participate in the BAIID program face the same Class 4 felony charges for removing the ignition interlock device or for finding a way to work around it. Penalties for a conviction include possible imprisonment of one to three years, a minimum of 30 days in jail or 300 hours of community service, as well as fines up to $25,000.

It Seemed Like a Good Idea...

For many people who have faced a DUI conviction, a BAIID ignition interlock device seemed like a good idea at first. It was a condition of driving their cars, but using it made getting around possible. Sadly, the consequences of driving without one are high.

At the law offices of Michael T. Norris, Ltd. and John W. Callahan, Ltd., our clients include DUI offenders who are considering a BAIID device on their vehicles, as well as people caught driving without a BAIID in DuPage County or Kane County.

Fighting Felony Charges

If you find yourself facing felony charges, you need a criminal defense lawyer who will fight for you. At the law offices of Michael T. Norris, Ltd. and John W. Callahan, Ltd., we are dedicated to fighting for the best possible results for our clients.

We have won many cases for clients, even involving serious, felony charges. In fact, the criminal defense lawyers at Michael T. Norris, Ltd. and John W. Callahan, Ltd., have achieved a history of successful outcomes for clients, including favorable DUI case results and other case results. We have done it before and we can do it again.

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Contact Michael T. Norris, Ltd. and John W. Callahan, Ltd., today. Call us toll free at 1-877-335-6693 or contact us online for a free and confidential consultation with an attorney. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day.