Carlos H Davalos

Carlos H Davalos

2210 W. North Ave., Suite 6
Melrose Park, IL 60160

Phone: 773-312-0234


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About Carlos H Davalos

At The Law Offices of Carlos H. Davalos, we concentrate in providing clients with aggressive DUI and traffic representation. We routinely file Petitions to Rescind on all of our cases so as to to gain additional leverage against the State's case. Our firm is also very thorough with respect to the discovery materials. We will analyze and scrutinize all documents submitted looking for errors and omissions which could make the report defective. We will request any and all dashboard cam, body cam, and booking room videos. DUI Defense is a strong point at this firm and we understand that a good reputation is not a given, but built and maintained, one client at a time.

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