WHEN TO USE A DUI LAWER? In metropolitan areas the world over population explosion has become a serious issue giving rise to numerous other problems. People using vehicles are constantly on the increase. In the city of Chicago, the population was estimated to be around 2,707,120 according to 2011 statistics. Driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs has become yet another menace affecting mostly the city dwellers on the global scale. As a direct consequence of the complex nature of problems affecting the people, resolving problems of varied nature has been assigned to professionals having specific talents and skills. Just as there are medical practitioners for specific ailments, there are lawyers skilled in specific areas. A DUI Lawyer handles only law suits pertinent to driving under the Influence of alcohol and drugs. That is the area he has specialised. In the city of Chicago, DUI lawyers play a key role by providing guidance and legal advice to those are convicted on DUI charges. Almost all those who are engaged in driving in the crowded streets of Chicago city are ignorant of the gravity of the DUI charges. Some of those who have been charged for drunk driving mistakenly believe that it is not a serious offense. If the services and guidance are not sought the consequences could be disastrous. In the city of Chicago, law enforcement police officials are very vigilant and constantly on the lookout for the errant drivers. Nearly 25 % of the people in Chicago are in the habit of drinking and driving. Backed by the wide range of experience and expertise these legal luminaries are ever ready to come to the rescue of a driver when he happened to be in dire straits. The Services of a DUI Lawyer is required from the moment the vehicle has been ordered to be stopped. INSTRUCTIONS AND GUIDELINES GIVEN BY THE DUI LAWYER: The instructions of the legal representative of the offender could play a crucial role in the release or the minimising of the charges levelled against him. The special strategies employed by the DUI lawyer in Chicago city in disproving the charges levelled against the offender could not be done just by an ordinary lawyer. Detailed information under what circumstances the offender was charged are required by the lawyer. The offender is asked never to be rude to the law enforcement officials. In the same manner the law enforcement officials have no authority to be rude to the offender. Almost all the DUI law enforcement officials in Chicago usually violate constitutional rights of an offender. In Chicago, if the arrest of the offender was done against the usually accepted procedure, legal action could be taken against the officials. The offender is duly given instructions not to leave his vehicle, and not to talk too much with the officials. If the law enforcement officials tries to interrogate you , you have the right to tell that you were ready to talk only before your lawyer, Similarly you can refuse to take part in the “Field Sobriety Tests ” If you refused to take part in the field sobriety tests the law enforcement officials could arrest you immediately and rushed you to the nearest police station for further inquiries. During the period you have been asked to stop the vehicle and your arrest, you should make use of the time to contact a legal representative to obtain instructions. The legal instructor makes use of all possible avenues to give maximum number of instructions what to do and what not do. At the police station, the offender has to take part in all the tests and on refusal, has to undergo the penalties. If a chat is initiated by the offender the information revealed might affect the offender during the trial. As the driver was unaware of the legal procedure, it is customary for the lawyer to make the offender aware of every step of the procedure and could reduce the frustration and the trauma of the offender. The offender keeps great confidence on the lawyer and reveals everything that happened since the encounter of Chicago law enforcement officials. The offender should be shrewd enough to behave carefully before the police officials. He should be extremely careful not to reveal anything that might be detrimental to him during the trial. The lawyer handling the case required to do thorough investigations relevant to everything. It is the legal representative of the offender who builds up the case jointly with the participation of the offender, Out of the information given by his client , the legal representative builds up the case several days or weeks before the day of the trial. The legal representative tells his client that the penalties could vary from misdemeanour to felony charges. According to Chicago DUI, if your Blood Alcohol Level (BAC) 0.05% or below 0.08% a driver is not considered as intoxicant but could be arrested . Heavy fines, jail time, and losing license and losing driving privileges are some of the penalties a convict has to suffer if proved guilty but the legal representative fights hard on behalf of the client to get the penalties less serious. WEAK POINTS TO BE ATTACKED AGGRESSIVELY BY THE DUI LAWYER: i. The manner the Blood Alcohol Content was checked could be challenged, ii. The equipment used for the BAC could be challenged. iii. The violation of the constitutional rights of the client by the law enforcement officials during his arrest could be challenged. iv. The rise of the client’s BAC could be challenged due to the medication and the reactions of the pain-killer and not due to the consumption of alcohol or the drugs. v. Swaying of the vehicle was as a sign of intoxication of the client is due to a mechanical defect cropped up suddenly in the engine and not because the client was under the influence of an intoxicant. It is possible to obtain all these vital information relevant to the legal procedure and the guidelines and instructions for the behaviour of the client only because of the appearance of a DUI Lawyer in Chicago.
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iPhone 5

Review :
The good: The iPhone 5 adds everything we wanted in the iPhone 4S: 4G LTE, a longer, larger screen, free turn-by-turn navigation, and a faster A6 processor. Plus, its top-to-bottom redesign is sharp, slim, and feather-light.

The bad: Apple Maps feels unfinished and buggy; Sprint and Verizon models can't use voice and data simultaneously. The smaller connector renders current accessories unusable without an adapter. There's no NFC, and the screen size pales in comparison to jumbo Android models.

The bottom line: The iPhone 5 completely rebuilds the iPhone on a framework of new features and design, addressing its major previous shortcomings. It's absolutely the best iPhone to date, and it easily secures its place in the top tier of the smartphone universe.

The iPhone 5 is the iPhone we've wanted since 2010, adding long-overdue upgrades like a larger screen and faster 4G LTE in a razor-sharp new design. This is the iPhone, rebooted.

The new design is flat-out lovely, both to look at and to hold, and it's hard to find a single part that hasn't been tweaked from the iPhone 4S. The iPhone 5 is at once completely rebuilt and completely familiar.

I've had the chance to use the iPhone 5 for nearly a week

, and have been using it for nearly anything I can think of. Is it as futuristic or as exciting as the iPhone 4 or the original iPhone? No. Does this change the smartphone game? No. Other smartphones beat it on features here and there: if you want a larger screen, go with a Samsung Galaxy S3. If you want better battery life, go with a Droid Razr Maxx.
But, if you want a great, all-around, beautifully engineered smartphone .

What's different?
Look at our review of last year's iPhone 4S, where we said, "Even without 4G and a giant screen, this phone's smart(ass) voice assistant, Siri, the benefits of iOS 5, and its spectacular camera make it a top choice for anyone ready to upgrade."    

Well, guess what? Now it has 4G LTE and...well, maybe not a giant screen, but a larger screen. That's not all, though: the already great camera's been subtly improved, speakerphone and noise-canceling quality has been tweaked, and -- as always -- iOS 6 brings a host of other improvements, including baked-in turn-by-turn navigation, a smarter Siri, and Passbook, a location-aware digital wallet app for storing documents like gift cards, boarding passes, and tickets.

The question is: a full year later, is that enough? For me, it is. I don't want much more in my smartphone. Sure, I'd love a new magical technology to sink my teeth into, but not at the expense of being useful. Right now, I'm not sure what that technology would even be.

Like every year in the iPhone's life cycle, a handful of important new features take the spotlight. This time, 4G, screen size, and redesign step to the top.

You've gotten the full rundown already, most likely, on the various ins and outs of this phone, or if you haven't, I'll tell you about them below in greater detail. Here's what I noticed right away, and what made the biggest impression on me.

First off, you're going to be shocked at how light this phone is. It's the lightest iPhone, even though it's longer and has a bigger screen. After a few days with it, the iPhone 4S will feel as dense as lead.
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Google Nexus 4

The Nexus One, Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, and now, the Nexus 4. What a coincidence! Google’s newest official smartphone device is not only the fourth in its line, but sports a 4.7” screen. You have to love when things just seem to come together.

Jokes aside, it is really time to pay attention to Google and its newest offering in the Nexus line of devices for a couple of reasons: first off, the newest device brings with it the latest software, as this and the Nexus 10 tablet come with the most recent iteration of Android, Jelly Bean 4.2. And being a Nexus device means that this phone will be getting all the future updates first, before the rest of the Android bunch.

Secondly, this phone carries on its shoulders the weight of a phone manufacturer, with hopes of bringing it back from its unmemorable mid-tier game and back into the big leagues. Yes, Google has put its faith in LG, the Korean electronics giant whose recent phones have unfortunately drifted off into obscurity all too soon.

Perhaps luckily and definitely thankfully, LG might as well have included even the kitchen sink in their newest high-end phones, the Optimus G and the Nexus 4. If the Optimus G is any indication, Google bet on the right player.

Build and Feel

Let’s get the obvious out of the way before we even begin – if you think this phone looks familiar, you’d be right. The Google Nexus 4 looks so much like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus that one might accuse it of blatantly copying its predecessor. But the onset of the Nexus 4 and its familiar design likely hearken to a design template that Google is hoping to instill in its official line. I personally wouldn’t be surprised if we saw shades of the Galaxy Nexus throughout the next generation of the Nexus line, as well.

But it really isn’t a bad thing that the Galaxy Nexus seems to be echoed here – after all, its design was received well, and it translates well to LG’s own vision of the Nexus. Perhaps you will feel as

I did in my comparison of the Nexus 4 to its fraternal twin, the LG Optimus G, when I found the familiarity of this phone actually added to its


The button layout is pretty standard, with the power button found on the right and the volume rockers found on the opposite side. Due to past experiences, I am quite paranoid that the power swtiches on any of my phones will eventually sink in and become unusable. While the one on the Nexus 4 doesn’t feel as meaty as the one found on my Galaxy Nexus, I think it is sturdy enough to stand constant presses.

Below the volume rockers is the microSIM slot, where SIM cards from your carrier of choice (GSM) will be inserted. An extra tool is provided with the phone to assist in reaching the release found in the tiny hold right beside it. At first usage, you will have to perform this minor surgery and correctly place the SIM card into the tray, after which it becomes a semi-permanent fixture of the phone. While having a small, slightly weird looking tool (or ‘poker’, as I called it once) might seem weird, it also makes sense – you don’t want people popping out your SIM card easily and crippling your phone.

The headphone jack is found on the top of the phone, along with one microphone. The other microphone is found on the bottom, where the microUSB charging port is flanked by a seemingly new trope with LG phones – the Torx screws. As with the LG Optimus G, these Torx screws are actually an aesthetically pleasing addition, but they also mean that this phone is not supposed to be opened easily. This also means that the battery is not removable.

The back of the phone sports the eponymous ‘Nexus’ word across the upper half, while the 8 megapixel camera and coupled flash are directly above the ‘N.’ The entire back panel is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, which is supposed to give it some good protection – unfortunately, a number of users have reported that even small drops can make either the back or the front render cracks pretty easily. So, be careful with this one.

LG’s Crystal Reflection design brings back a nice aesthetic originally seen on the back of the Optimus G – at certain angles, a pattern of blocks can be seen. It serves as no more than eye candy but thus does its job quite well.

In the hand, the Google Nexus 4 further echoes its predecessor. At 139 grams, the phone is actually a tad heavier than most other devices, but you have to consciously think about it to feel the difference. Skin

slides across the entire glass covered body, while the plastic and somewhat matted bezel connecting the two panels give the feel a little variety. Without a curved glass screen like the Galaxy Nexus,

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the Nexus 4 is a little thicker and thus has a bit of a blocker feel – which adds to its sturdiness in the hand.

There are certainly bigger phones out on the market, but the Nexus 4 manages to be big and balanced at the same time. I easily kept grip of the phone and was able to reach all parts of the screen without really having to fumble around to get there

. All in all, this is a well designed phone by LG, and while it might look very much like the device that came before it, this is more a sign of things to come rather than a case of blatant design plagiarism.

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Nokia Lumia 822

The Nokia Lumia 822, 820, and 810 are, from a hardware perspective, all the same phone -- an affordable mid-tier option with interchangeable casings -- just with different builds and offered on different carriers. The Lumia 820 is AT&T's version of the phone, while the Lumia 810 is a T-Mobile exclusive. That leaves Verizon Wireless' offering, the Lumia 822, which is a decidedly less attractive looking model that alternatively offers more in terms of performance.

Since we recently reviewed T-Mobile's Lumia 810, a very similar smartphone, we will be using this short-form review to highlight the few differences that set Verizon's Lumia 822 apart from its sister handsets. And though the differences are few and far between, they're certainly enough to suggest that this $50 option just might be the best option of the three.

Build and Design

The Lumia 822 takes a more traditional approach to its build, what with its rounded corners and gentle curves, unlike the sharper edges of the Lumia 810. It also features a glossy white casing instead of a matte finish, which I was personally a little disappointed to see, but I recognize that that's just a matter of taste.

The dimensions of the Lumia 822 are similar to its kinfolk, however, sharing the same exact width (2.69 inches) and height (5.03 inches) as the Lumia 810. The Lumia is ever-so-slightly thicker though, measuring 0.44 inches thick. It also features the same bottom-firing "speakers" as the Lumia 810, but this is once again a farce, as pulling off the removable casing reveals that there is, in fact, only one speaker beneath the grill.

Everything else is the same as far as the buttons and ports, as well, with the volume rocker, power button, and dedicated camera button all located on the right side. The 3.5mm headphone jack is on the top edge, while the micro USB port for charging is on the bottom, and the front-facing camera is right next to the earpiece. The 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with Carl Zeiss optics is located on the upper center of the back, along with its flash.

I talked in depth about the display in the Lumia 810 review, but let me repeat that Nokia's ClearBlack display technology makes a relativly low-resolution, 800 x 480 pixel display, look good.

Where the Nokia 822 beats the HTC 8X so far is on software. Call it bloatware if you like, but Nokia's list of exclusives contains a lot of useful stuff. Windows Phone needs Nokia Drive for turn-by-turn directions and Nokia Transit for transit directions. Nokia's camera apps let you make instant animated GIF-like images and combine photos of groups of people to eliminate shots where people's eyes are closed.
Microsoft's new Data Sense is exclusive to Verizon phones, and that's also a big deal. Like our Editors' Choice Onavo Extend, Data Sense monitors the data you're using app by app, and compresses data on its way to and from your phone. According to Microsoft, you can surf 45 percent more on the same data plan with Data Sense than without. That can help Verizon users shift down to lower data plans, and it'll help.
Otherwise, the Lumia 822's specs are similar to T-Mobile's Lumia 810 and AT&T's Lumia 820: a 4.3-inch, 800-by-480 ClearBlack OLED screen, 16GB of storage, an 8-megapixel camera and a 1.5-Ghz Qualcomm S4 processor.

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Windows Phone 8 Smartphone - Nokia Lumia 810

 T-Mobile USA, Inc. and Nokia today announced the upcoming availability of the Nokia Lumia 810 -an exclusive to T-Mobile. The new Windows Phone 8 smartphone offers an enhanced camera, simple design and integrated navigation features. Combined with the only unlimited nationwide 4G data plan, T-Mobile customers will see a superior value with the Lumia 810, the latest addition to T-Mobile’s expanding lineup of Windows devices.

“We’re providing our customers with a unique Windows Phone 8 experience by offering an exclusive device paired with our Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data plan and a comprehensive set of enhanced features,” said Andrew Morrison, vice president of product management, T-Mobile USA. “The Nokia Lumia 810 gives customers speedy, 4G access to T-Mobile’s nationwide network and the content and features they want, whenever they need it. From navigation tools to an enhanced camera, the Lumia 810 provides a great value and a high-quality experience.

“The Nokia Lumia 810 features a sleek design and high-quality hardware, combined with the efficient and intuitive Windows Phone 8 operating system,” said Olivier Puech, President, Nokia Americas. “When combined with applications such as Nokia Drive and Nokia City Lens, the Lumia 810 ensures that T-Mobile customers are getting the best experience possible out of their smartphone.

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