FAQs and Other Common Questions Answered by Our Knowledgeable Criminal Defense Lawyers
What should I do if I am arrested?
Refuse to answer any questions to the authorities in a polite manner and then ask for an attorney. Call us at 312-600-0400.
Should I represent myself?
No! Those who represent themselves in an Illinois criminal court usually fail. It is in your best interest to hire a criminal defense attorney with experience in the Illinois court system. The State of Illinois has a team of attorneys who are trying to convict you. You should have your own attorney to fight back. Criminal cases are often complex and require years of education, training and knowledge in Illinois criminal law.
I am Under Investigation for a Crime?
Call now if you think you are a suspect in a crime, questioned regarding your connection to a crime or if you have been arrested. I believe that criminal defense legal representation at the earliest possible time is the best course of action for you.
My Constitutional Rights have been violated, what can you do?
I am dedicated to protecting all of your rights and if needed to reduce penalties. My effectiveness is a result of my commitment to my clients, their due process and making sure authorities play by the rules. We aggressively seek dismissals and will never always imply a forceful legal strategy in the courtroom.
We strive to level the playing field and make the criminal defense process less stressful for you and your family. If you would like to learn more about your rights at this time, please contact today and request your free case evaluation.