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Client called Mr. Weisberg after Des Plaines Police executed a search warrant at a storage facility rented exclusively by Client. The police recovered thousands of grams of cannabis and other items such as scales and baggies suggesting client was using the facility to sell cannabis. The client could have faced 4-15 years in prison if convicted in court. Mr. Weisberg talked multiple times to the detective and on March 5, 2019, walked Client in to the police station to meet the detective. Mr. Weisberg made sure the client knew exactly what to do when he walked in the station. About 5 minutes later Client and Mr. Weisberg walked out of the station without any charges being filed. A week later the detective followed up with Mr. Weisberg and informed him that the investigation was over and that no charges would be brought.

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What Everyone Should Know about Illinois Domestic Violence Charges

Domestic Battery | Domestic Violence

In our state, there are some crimes that, when committed against a household or family member, are considered a crime of domestic violence. These charges can result in some significant penalties if you are convicted, so it’s important to understand what actions qualify and what can happen if you are found guilty.

Here’s what you need to know about domestic violence laws in Illinois and how a conviction can impact your life.

What Is a Domestic Violence Offense in Illinois?[...]

Fighting With Your Roommate? It Can Lead to IL Domestic Battery

Domestic Battery | Domestic Violence

When police are called to the scene of two people fighting, there are several possible scenarios that can occur after that point. If the two people live in the same household, there is a chance that the crime of domestic battery can be charged.

When most people think of domestic battery charges, they imagine it’s something that a person can be charged with if they fight with the spouse or significant other – not simply a person that’s your roommate. [...]

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