Yes, you may receive a DUI charge for operation a vehicle other than a car. Talk to a DUI defense lawyer about your facts. You may have defenses of which you are unaware.
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You can be charged if operating a motor vehicle under the influence, speak to a criminal defense attorney who handles these matters and they can advise you as to your best course of action.
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Operating any motorized vehicle can lead to a DUI. You need to retain an experienced criminal defense/DUI attorney. Most of us provide free consultations. www.galivanlaw.net
If it has a motor one may be legally charged with a statutory DUI under the Illinois law.
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In Illinois you can be charged with a DUI for operating any vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Different states have different standards. Some states do not issue DUI citations for driving a moped under the influence. Unfortunately, you were arrested in Illinois and can be charged with a DUI.
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