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Archives for: February 26th, 2013

Police Searching for Perpetrator of Sex Crimes

Recently, a 56-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in her South Loop garage by a man wielding a gun. Chicago police are now searching for the offender. Clearly, apprehending any perpetrator guilty of sexual assault should be a high priority for law enforcement officials. However, sometimes the description of the suspect that gets broadcast to police and the general public is so general that it could fit just about anyone. The result can be an erroneous charge of sexual assault. If [...]

Residential Burglary Conviction Almost Always Results in Prison Time

A charge of residential burglary in Chicago or elsewhere in the state of Illinois means that you stand accused of entering another’s home either by deception or force with the intention of taking property that was owned by another. Consequently, a conviction of such a charge carries with it serious penalties and, almost inevitably, incarceration. A criminal defense lawyer may be able to help you to avoid the serious consequences involved with a conviction, however, which is why you will [...]

Disorderly Conduct Can Bring Hefty Fines

If you have been arrested in Chicago for disorderly conduct, you could be facing fines upwards of $10,000. In addition, the misdemeanor class that your offense falls into will be dependent upon the circumstances surrounding the incident that led to the charge, and the statutes governing that assessment can become complex and confusing. Consequently, it is important that you retain a seasoned defense attorney who can evaluate the specifics of your case and mount an appropriate defense on your behalf.[...]

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Do You Have to Steal Something to Be Charged with Illinois Burglary?

Burglary

Burglary is an oft-misunderstood crime.

Take the case of two 14-year-old boys in McHenry, Illinois. The juvenile suspects were arrested for the destruction of the former Just For Fun Roller Rink. The business had closed permanently in late 2020, and the boys started a fire in the empty rink. The flames quickly got out of hand.

One juvenile was charged with arson, burglary, and criminal damage to property, all felonies of varying classes. The other was charged with criminal trespass, [...]

Illinois Drug Charges? Learn about Concurrent vs. Consecutive Sentences

Drug Crimes

If you’re facing drug charges in Illinois, you may have a lot of questions. One of those might be the penalties you will face if you are found guilty—or choose to plead guilty.

In the state of Illinois, anyone pleading guilty or convicted of a crime in court is subject to the sentence for that particular crime.

For drug trafficking crimes, there’s much to understand about the structure of sentencing and how that can impact the amount of time you [...]

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