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Quick Reference Guide If You Are Stoped For A DUI in Illinois

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The simplest way to avoid a DUI conviction in Illinois is to refrain from driving if you have been drinking. However, this is not always the case. Every year thousands of people find themselves facing a DUI conviction in Illinois. If pulled over, it is important to remain calm and remember this quick reference guide provided by Illinois DUI attorneys.

  • Always be courteous and polite.

  • If asked, provide your license, registration, and proof of insurance.

  • You have a right against self-incrimination - Never volunteer information and say as little as possible.

  • Notify the officer of any pre-existing injuries that could affect your ability to perform any tests.

  • You have a right to refuse field sobriety, breathalyzer, and blood tests. However, refusal or failure will result in an automatic suspension of your driver’s license in accordance with Illinois law. However, it may be possible to reverse this suspension through a properly filed appeal.

  • You may still be arrested solely based on the officers' belief of intoxication, under Illinois law.

  • If arrested you should ask for an attorney.

  • Don't drink & drive.

  • The attorneys at IllinoisDUIHelp.com provide DUI defense. Their team of experienced Illinois DUI attorneys review the cases to implement the best possible defense strategy. To learn more about the DUI process and their Illinois DUI Attorneys, check-out http://www.illinoisduihelp.com

    Comments
    Nikhil May 20, 2012
    I understand how the laws of logic could be greuodnd in platonic forms.And I understand how the laws of logic could be greuodnd in God.Both of these ground logic by positing eternal, necessary, and unchanging entities that transcend our universe and all possible universes. (laws of logic therefore would hold in every possible universe, not only this one).But how could the laws of logic be greuodnd in nature? Since nature is finite, contingent, and always changing, if we were to try to ground logic in nature, then the laws of logic wouldn't hold in every possible universe, and possibly may not hold in this universe sometime in the future.So it seems there could be possible worlds (or a future state of this world) where there is no law of non-contradiction, and where 2+2 = 573 and 81 and the color purple, and where there are square circles and 4 sided triangles.Can someone help me understand how it's possible to ground logic in nature? Because it seems to me, with my present understanding, that if logic were greuodnd in nature, then logic is useless and cannot be counted on in any sense for acquiring knowledge.Jared, morality is not greuodnd in nature. You can't get an ought from an is. Moral facts do not exist if naturalism is true. If naturalism is true, morality is reduced to something like etiquette. Subjective preferences of custom agreed upon.The law of non-contradiction isn't a subjective preference or custom or invention, it was discovered. You can't escape it, you can't just decide it's not true without refuting yourself. The same doesn't go for morality. It is not incoherent to deny that stealing or other moral ethics is wrong. At best, it's just taboo to do so. Bad etiquette, if you will. But one could also challenge whether it really is bad etiquette, and it wouldn't be incoherent to do so.Eric, your post seems to assume that induction has anything to do with the laws of logic. It doesn't. Inductive reasoning is not a reliable form of reasoning, because it reasons from observation about the natural world and makes generalizations from there about the future and the past.Examples:Every swan I've seen was white.Therefore, I can assume until shown otherwise that all swans that ever existed or will exist are white.Induction has a prophetic nature to it. The sun will rise tomorrow, because it has risen every day as far as I know. The sun will rise tomorrow is a fairly reasonable prediction for a prophet to make, but only on by having faith in the idea that the past is a guide to the future. An example of the law of non-contradiction:The statements You exist right now and you don't exist right now can't both be true at the same the time and in the same sense. I don't have to know whether you exI don't have to know whether you exist or not to have certain knowledge that both statements can't be true at the same time and in the same sense.
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