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Kenosha man pleads not guilty to DUI charges

On Friday, December 6, Kenosha resident, Adam Bileck, 32, plead not guilty in Lake County Court to charges of aggravated driving under the influence.

Bileck could face up to six years in prison. According to the attorneys present during his arraignment, an aggravated DUI conviction usually carries a maximum of three years in prison. However, because of his lengthy criminal record, Bileck could be sentenced to a more severe prison sentence.

Bileck is scheduled to report back to Lake County Court on January 6.

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