The Law Offices of Davis & LaScola regularly represent clients in Cook, Lake, DuPage and other counties throughout Illinois. If you seek knowledgeable and dependable representation in a DUI, traffic or other criminal matter; or if you seek the restoration of your driving privileges after revocation or suspension, please feel free to contact our office for a free consultation.
Larry Davis is a highly-regarded author and lecturer in the field of DUI and driver
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Brandon K. Davis is an Associate Attorney in the Law Offices of Davis & LaScola, Ltd.
Mr. Davis received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a major in Political Science and a minor in Business. While at the University of Wisconsin, Mr. Davis was admitted into the Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society and the Pi Sigma Theta National Honor Society.
Mr. Davis received his J.D. from Chicago-Kent College of Law where he served as President of the Corporate Law Society.
After admission to the Illinois Bar, Mr. Davis joined the Law Offices of Davis & LaScola.
Martin S. LaScola is an Attorney in the Law Offices of Davis & LaScola, Ltd.
He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Marquette University and his J.D. from the John Marshall Law School. Mr. LaScola began his career as an Assistant States Attorney where he was assigned to the states attorneys criminal appeals division, juvenile justice court and later prosecuted adult misdemeanor and felony offenses, including DUI and other traffic offenses.
With a solid foundation in all aspects of criminal law, Mr. LaScola joined the Law Offices of Davis & LaScola in 2004. Mr. LaScola has successfully defended hundreds of clients charged with DUI and various other criminal and traffic matters throughout Illinois.
Larry A. Davis graduated from Northwestern University (B.A. cum laude, 1973) and DePaul University (J.D. cum laude 1976).
He is currently a principal of the Law Offices of Davis & LaScola, Ltd. in Des Plaines, Illinois. Mr. Davis was previously an attorney and hearing officer with the Secretary of State between 1976 and 1981.
His practice is now concentrated in the area of DUI and administrative hearings before the Secretary of State. He was a co-drafter of the Illinois Summary Suspension Law and has represented the ISBA in legislative negotiations for the last 20 years.
Mr. Davis is a current chapter author of the IICLE's handbook on Defense of DUI and is also the author of six articles in the Illinois Bar Journal, Application of the Illinois Summary Suspension Law (May, 1988), Constitutional Implications and Developments in the Illinois Summary Suspension Law (January, 1991), Representing Revoked or Suspended Drivers Before the Secretary of State (November, 1996), New DUI, Traffic Laws Stiffer Penalties (December, 2001),Representing DUI Revoked or Suspended Drivers Before the Secretary of State (June, 2002), and Demystifying Illinois DUI Sentencing (July, 2009). He was co-editor of the Traffic Laws & Courts Newsletter, a publication of the Illinois Bar Association, for which he has also authored numerous articles.
Mr. Davis has lectured on the topic of traffic laws for the CBA, ISBA, IICLE, Cook County Public Defender's Office, Lake County State's Attorney's Office, Northwest Suburban Bar Association, DuPage Bar Association and McHenry County Bar Association and the Illinois Traffic Conference. He has also been involved in regional legal training for law enforcement officers.
He is past chair of the Traffic Laws & Courts Section Council, Illinois State Bar Association and past chair of the Traffic Laws Committee of the Chicago Bar Association. He has also been a member of the 2000 Traffic Safety Advisory Committee to Secretary of State Jesse White and a member of an advisory committee to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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