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Month: March 2016


What to Expect from Your Criminal Defense Lawyer
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What to Expect from Your Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you have been accused of committing a crime, you have two options. You can sit back and accept the punishment – even if you maintain that you are innocent – or you can fight back.

 

Hopefully, you choose to fight back. And when do so, you do it with the help of an experienced Illinois criminal defense attorney.

 

Why?

 

Because a criminal lawyer is your best chance at getting your charges reduced, dismissed, or dropped altogether.… Read More

Understanding Battery: What Happened at the Trump Rally
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Understanding Battery: What Happened at the Trump Rally

Politics is getting dangerous, and, unfortunately, we still have a long way to go to get to the November elections.

 

Illinois, and Chicago in particular, are on the main stage after a political rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump turned sour. And that’s putting it lightly.

 

Let’s take a moment to break down what happened at the University of Illinois – Chicago Pavilion on Friday, March 11.

 

Donald Trump, the current presidential front-runner, was scheduled to … Read More

5 Consequences of a Domestic Battery Conviction
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5 Consequences of a Domestic Battery Conviction

A criminal conviction will follow you around for the rest of your life, limiting many potential opportunities. Not only will you have difficulty finding a job, a place to live, and getting an education, but your family, friends, and reputation will also be affected.

 

A domestic battery conviction will do all of this and so, so much more.

 

The United States and the state of Illinois treat domestic violence offenders harshly. In addition to any criminal penalties, you … Read More

What Is Resisting Arrest?
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What Is Resisting Arrest?

If you are facing criminal charges, it’s important to know exactly where you stand and what your future entails. This is especially true with something like resisting arrest, because it is typically a secondary charge that is tacked on to other criminal violations.

 

In other words, if you are charged with resisting arrest, it is likely that you are actually up against several charges that each carry their own set of consequences. In Illinois, an offense of resisting a … Read More