Nearly every Illinois resident makes choices that could potentially change the course of life forever. When such a choice results in an allegedly DUI-related crash and criminal charges, the stakes may not ever be higher. This is the time when an aggressive criminal defense could minimize the impact that a tragic mistake could have on an individual's life.
These two terms are often used interchangeably, but they differ in fundamental ways. Each of them is considered a property crime, but occur under different circumstances. Understanding the difference between the two impacts the type of criminal defense an Illinois resident accused of either will need.
Through video footage, those accused of crimes often have evidence that can stand up against police officer reports and testimony. In some cases, it may even catch an officer in a lie.
In today's technological world, where everyone is plugged in and we are all part of a massive global community, digital forensics is essential in criminal defense.