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Archives for: July 30th, 2019

CLIENT CHARGED WITH:

Client was charged with domestic battery after he allegedly struck his girlfriend in their Chicago apartment. Mr. Weisberg appeared in court with Client on March 18, 2019 and after meeting with the prosecutor, the charges we dismissed. Client was not convicted and paid no fine.

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The prosecutor presented photographs of bruises that they alleged were caused by the client during an attack. Mr. Weisberg prepared the client for trial by spending hours going over all kinds of questions that could come up at trial. Mr. Weisberg was able to cross examine the client’s wife and the arresting officer and bring out critical instances of bias and inconsistent testimony. The judge found the client NOT GUILTY at trial. This saved his job and prevented the client [...]

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The client was in the United States on a work visa and could not have any violent crime on his record. Mr. Weisberg explained to the prosecutor that the client’s wife was the aggressor and that my client actually called the police to help him calm the situation. The prosecutor spoke to the client’s wife and she agreed to drop the charges. The client is now eligible to have his record expunged and he will have no problems with immigration.[...]

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Is Marijuana Legal Yet in Illinois? What Does the Law Say?

Drug Crimes | Drug Possession | Marijuana

The use of marijuana has been a controversial topic for decades.

Many have argued that the use of marijuana is a relatively harmless act and that criminalizing it is a waste of law-enforcement resources. On the other hand, even a small possession charge held severe consequences in most states. That is, until relatively recently.

Now, more and more states are beginning to review their current drug legislation and adjust policies so that they reflect modern attitudes. Illinois is one of [...]

Stealing from a Car – Even an Unlocked One – Is Burglary in Illinois

Burglary

For many, burglary and theft are two very different things – one just means taking things that don’t belong to you, while the other refers to breaking into a house or store to take those things. While there is some truth to that line of reasoning, it’s not completely correct. The legal definition of burglary can be much different, and more encompassing, than what most people often assume.

Take, for example, the case of three teenagers who were arrested in [...]

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