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The Complexity of Weapons Laws

If you are convicted of a weapons charge in Chicago, the penalties can be severe, even if you are a first time offender. The problem is that you could end up with a criminal record without ever having had criminal intent at all. The weapons laws governing the area, and the entire state of Illinois, are so complex that you could inadvertently be in violation of weapons laws without realizing it. In fact, the laws can become so complicated that [...]

Falsely Accused? Rely on a Criminal Lawyer in Chicago

A recent situation in the area highlights how relatively easy it is for someone to make a criminal accusation that is untrue. If you are ever faced with such a situation, a knowledgeable, experienced criminal lawyer in Chicago will be your most valuable asset as you attempt to defend yourself and protect your rights and freedom.

 

The incident in question occurred when a woman filed a report of sexual assault with the police. She claimed that she had been [...]

Serious Crimes Have Serious Consequences, So You Need a Serious Defense

If you are facing felony charges in Chicago, the penalties you will face if convicted are severe. Inevitably, it will involve incarceration, often for many years—possibly for life. If you are released from prison, probation will be involved, and your entire future will be damaged. You will face scrutiny at every turn and will have trouble getting employment, housing, or loans. This is why it is so important to have a skillful and aggressive Chicago criminal lawyer at your side [...]

“Repeaters” Need Strong Representation

If you are facing charges in Chicago and you have a previous criminal history, only a tough, smart, and aggressive Chicago criminal attorney can obtain the best possible outcome in your case. Despite the familiar refrain that anyone accused of a crime is to be presumed innocent until proven guilty, if you have a previous history of arrests, the implicit presumption made by law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, and juries will likely be that you are guilty again.

 

The judicial [...]

When Chicago Police “Crack Down” on DUIs

As happens with many police forces, area police recently vowed to increase their vigilance when it comes to drunk driving. Consequently, one recent weekend saw multiple DUI arrests in the area because the fact is, when law enforcement promises to “crack down” on a particular criminal activity, arrests increase. However, an increase in arrests doesn’t necessarily mean that everything is in place to see an increase in convictions, especially when the one charged has a good defense lawyer from the [...]

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Cook County Considers Clearing Some Drug Records, Not All

Drug Crimes

Traditionally, drug cases seemed very open and shut. If someone is found with a large manufacturing and delivery operation in Illinois for illegal drugs, then they face some serious legal consequences. Some aspects of drug crimes, however, may be changing.

The State Attorney of Cook County, Kim Foxx, wants to expunge certain crimes from people’s records. Convictions for marijuana are at the top of her list, but so are some crimes involving heroin and cocaine.

Foxx has a vision of [...]

Criminal Sexual Abuse vs. Sexual Assault in Illinois

Sex Crimes | Sexual Abuse | Sexual Assault

If you’re ever accused of a sex crime, then it can have a big impact on your life. Even if you’re never convicted, a charge can go on your criminal record and make things difficult for you in the future since it’s public information.

A conviction for a sex crime can also bring about a lot of consequences such as a prison sentence, fines, and registering as a sex offender in Illinois.

There are two sex crimes that are more [...]

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