You should contact an attorney immediately. And do NOT provide statements of any kind until you consult with your attorney. The charges against you are serious - and any statements you make could affect your case, as well as a subsequent civil lawsuit.
Check with the circuit clerk of the court - and obtain a driving history from the Secretary of State right away. There is a good chance that your driving privileges may be suspended as a result of the ticket.
Under Illinois law, a notice to terminate tenancy can be served on the tenant (1) personally, (2) by substitute service (serving someone at least 13 years old at the premises), or (3) by posting the notice on the door. However, posting is only valid if there is no one in actual possession of the unit, or in other words - the unit has been abandoned. It cannot be used simply because the tenant is hard to track down - or refuses to open the door.
This often poses problems and serious...
Start with the 5 day notice for non-payment of rent. It will move things along quicker. If you are not paid in full within 5 days, you can file an eviction complaint in court immediately - you do not need to wait 30 days or serve any additional notice.
If your tenant DOES pay the rent in full within 5 days, you have not waived your right to terminate the month to month lease any time thereafter with a 30 day notice to quit.
I recommend hiring an attorney to guide you through the process.
There is a mandatory minimum sentence for driving while license suspended (when suspended for a DUI) of 10 days in jail or 240 hours of public service work. Because it is your first offense for DWLS, you may be eligible for the public service work - in lieu of jail.