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Donald J. Ramsell

Top Illinois DUI Attorney

Ramsell and Associates LLC

128 S. County Farm Road
Suite F
Wheaton, IL 60187

Phone: 630-665-8780

Website: https://www.dui-illinois-attorney.com

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About Donald J. Ramsell

Donald Ramsell is the author of Illinois DUI Law and Practice Guidebook. He has handled over 15,000 DUI cases since 1984. He has argued before the United States Supreme Court and before the Illinois Supreme Court five times. He is the 2018-2019 Chair of the Illinois State Bar Traffic law Section. He has been voted an Illinois Super Lawyer in DUI twelve times. He is certified in Field Sobriety Testing as a student and instructor. Donald has achieved every distinction an attorney in this field can gain.


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