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CLIENT CHARGED WITH: Criminal Trespass, Assault & Battery

Client lived in an apartment building with a neighbor who was constantly causing trouble for others in the building. The client was upset because the neighbor was constantly smoking marijuana in his bedroom and the smell would move into the bedroom of the client’s newborn baby. Client repeatedly asked the neighbor to smoke outside, on his balcony or in another room so that the baby would not be forced to ingest the cannabis smoke. When the behavior continued, Client allegedly forced his way into the condo unit of the neighbor and threatened bodily harm to the neighbor. The client was arrested and charged with various charges. Mr. Weisberg was able to convince the prosecutor to dismiss the charged against the client. Mr. Weisberg has since file an expungement for the client.

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Can Victims of Domestic Violence Drop Charges in Illinois?

Aggravated Domestic Battery | Domestic Battery | Domestic Violence

Many people believe that if they are involved in an incident where charges are filed, then they can play a role in whether or not to press those charges against the defendant – and drop them if they want.

This isn’t always the case in Illinois, especially when it comes to cases involving domestic violence. Domestic violence offenses are complicated, and the laws are meant to help protect those who are victims.

Here’s what you need to know about what [...]

What Are The Two Types of Probation Violations In Illinois?

Probation Violations

Most people understand what probation violations are, but few people understand the distinctions of the probation system, including violations.

If you’re on probation, violating its standards can be a very big deal. There is not just one way to violate the terms of your probation; there are two.

Here’s what you need to know about the two types of probation violations in Illinois and the consequences of violating them.

What Is Probation?

When someone who has committed a crime in [...]

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