Due to a Wisconsin DUI You are not eligible for an MDDP in Illinois. In time, you will likely receive a revocation notice from the Illinois Secretary of state. Upon receipt, if you are a first time DUI offender you are eligible to petition for a Restricted Driving Permit that can only be obtained from attending an Informal Hearing at a local Secretary of State Office that has a Hearing Officer.
The Mandatory Vehicle Insurance requirement does not apply if you are an out of state resident and do not have an Illinois license. If you hold an Illinois license and are a resident you must have insurance. If you received a ticket for No Insurance, if you did not have it at the time of the stop quickly purchase some and show it to the Judge or prosecutor. If you receive Court Supervision you will be required to obtain SR-22 Insurance
Call the Illinois and Indian DMV and ask what you have to do to remove the suspension. Sometimes it is very easy, but only they will know. Since driving on a suspended license is a jailable offense, if indigent, you are entitled to a Public Defender. I suggest that you get one.
It is illegal if your laptop was open. You should set the case for a trial and tell the Judge your side of the story. I can only assume that the police officer will say he say it was open and would ask why would somebody have a closed laptop on their lap.
The only way to avoid a suspension is to file a Motion to Vacate and petition the Judge to vacate the conviction and enter Court Supervision. Each courthouse has a different procedure and each prosecutor ids different. To play it safe, I suggest getting an attorney in your area to assist.
You have a right to know if yoru children are in a car with an unlicensed driver. But, the Illinois Secretary of State may not provide you the information. I suggest that you call or go to your local police station and explain the situation. They can easily determine if he has a license and will arrest him if they see him driving.
It depends if the prosecution wishes to file felony charges. A DUI with an injury is felony eligible, but the proseutor has the discretion to chargeit as a misdemanor. There are several factors he will take into consideraton. Either way since it is a first offense it is not no mandatory jail time
In Illinois, you are not eligible for Supervision on your second DUI assuming you received Supervision or a conviction on your first one. However, the Driving on a Revoked may be upgraded to a felony if the the current ticket is based on a DUI related suspension.
The MDDP Permit can only be obtained directly throught the Illinois Secretary of State. The court and Public Defender have nothing to do with it. Within a month of your arrest you should receive a letter from the SOS with information about your eligibility for an RDP in the MDDP program