Category Archive: Illinois Laws

  1. Traffic Stop DO’s and DON’Ts

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    You may or may not already be aware that last week the Illinois State Police began a month long Roadside Safety Check campaign on the Illinois Tollway system. Understanding the best way to interact with law enforcement when faced with a Traffic Stop or other unexpected encounter may just be the difference between carrying on with your business, or finding a serious monkey wrench in your plans and your pocket book. Continue Reading

  2. 2018 Expungement Procedure Updates

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    The 2018 CRIMINAL & TRAFFIC EXPUNGEMENT & SEALING PROCEDURAL GUIDE is the leading source of up to date information for Criminal and Traffic Expungement and Sealing Procedures including information on: Executive Pardons; Criminal Identity Theft; Certificates of Innocence; Certificates of Good Conduct; Certificates of Relief from Disabilities; Certificates of Eligibility for Sealing; and Certificates of Eligibility for Expungement. The 2018 CRIMINAL & TRAFFIC EXPUNGEMENT & SEALING PROCEDURAL GUIDE was revised 10/16/2018.

    If you have questions regarding your eligibility for expungement or file sealing in the State of Illinois, contact Quintana Law Group now. Continue Reading

  3. Illinois Car Accident Injuries

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    Whether you are a victim of a traffic accident in Illinois, or just crashed your car, you’ll probably want to know if there are laws that protect you. There are several Illinois laws that draw guidelines to car accident cases, including lawsuit-filing deadlines and the Illinois’ rules regarding shared fault for an accident. Continue Reading

  4. Felony Drug Charges in Illinois

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    What are the Felony Drug Charges in Illinois?

    Anyone who has been arrested for Felony Drug Charges in Illinois is liable to face an array of charges based on the specifics of the case under Illinois and federal drug laws. Criminal offenses include:


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    WILL COUNTY’S 1340 WJOL Radio reports: “Illinois State Police Step Up Patrols Over Thanksgiving”!

    Article By Monica DeSantis and sourced from

    Nov 21, 2018 @ 5:25 AM
    The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is generally one of the busiest travel holiday periods of the year. As millions of travelers take to Illinois roadways to celebrate Thanksgiving, Illinois State Police (ISP) District 5 Commander, Captain David Schneider wants to remind motorists to drive safely. The ISP will utilize a combination of enforcement and education to reduce serious crashes and criminal activities. ISP Troopers will be highly visible on the interstates and heavily traveled state routes while aggressively enforcing the “Fatal Four” violations; Speeding, DUI, Distracted Driving and Seat Belts. Continue Reading

  6. Violent Crime in Chicago – What to do?

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    Have you been accused of a violent crime in Chicago or Chicagoland’s suburbs? Quintana Law Group takes your violent crime charges very seriously and will make sure you’re provided the proper defense.

    There is a long list of legal violations in the State of Illinois that are classified as “violent.” If you’ve been accused of one of these violent Crimes in Chicago or anywhere else in Illinois you must contact Quintana Law Group immediately.
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  7. Illinois Halloween Laws – Trick or Treat on the BEAT

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    Quintana Law Group is committed to keeping you and your kids safe and out of trouble during this festive time of year. While we all enjoy treats and even a good trick here and there, it’s important to be aware of the Illinois Halloween laws, rules, regulations, and guidelines that are out there to keep everyone safe!

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