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If Ever You Needed the Help of an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney, It Is Now

When someone is arrested, there are inevitably those who will immediately think that the person is guilty, but almost always, there is also a group that will begin to talk about “innocent until proven guilty,” or “not casting stones,” or looking for the mitigating circumstances that would help to explain why the person couldn’t be so bad as the charges make it seem. However, in the case of someone who is charged with the predatory criminal sexual assault of a child in Chicago, there is rarely that supportive voice because such an offense is viewed by the general public as one of the most heinous transgressions that could possibly be committed. If you are facing such a charge, it is possible that even those closest to you will find it difficult to offer you any support. Your best option is to consult with a defense attorney who has successfully defended child sexual assault cases in the past.

 

Despite the fact that public opinion may be turned against you, the legal system still affirms that even someone who has been accused of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child is innocent until proven otherwise and has the right to a defense attorney who can provide sound legal counsel. Even though you may have become a social pariah because of the charges against you, your defense attorney knows and understands that you may very well have been falsely accused and will do everything possible to provide you with the kind of defense that justice demands.

 

Being charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a child in Chicago is definitely not something to be taken lightly, and you will want the highest quality defense attorney that you can find. Andrew M. Weisberg has the experience and the expertise necessary to investigate your case and provide you with the best defense possible. As a former prosecutor, he knows exactly what you will be up against, and he has the insight to prepare a defense that can uphold and protect your rights and pursue justice. Contact the Law Offices of Andrew M. Weisberg in order to get the help you need.

 

If you’ve been charged with predatory criminal sexual assault of a child Chicago, Andrew M. Weisberg is a highly skilled, accomplished defense lawyer in Chicago known for tough, aggressive defense. A former felony prosecutor, Attorney Weisberg has extensive experience in handling all types of criminal cases, from sex offenses and violent crimes to theft-related crimes and traffic violations. To contact Mr. Weisberg, visit https://www.chicagocriminallawyer.com/, call the office at 312.854.7004 or call his cell phone 24/7 at 773.908.9811 or Text LAWYER to 25827 for a prompt call back. The initial consultation is free.

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Is It Theft, Robbery, or Burglary? How Illinois Defines Each Crime

Burglary | Robbery | Theft

Many people use the terms “theft,” “robbery,” and “burglary” interchangeably in daily conversations. Which makes sense. After all, each term – in general – addresses the same topic.

Legally speaking, however, the terms describe three different and specific types of criminal offenses. If you’re facing criminal charges related to stealing something, you need to know the legal definition of each term.

Theft in Illinois

Illinois Statutes Chapter 720 §16-1 defines theft as obtaining the property of someone else through deception [...]

Did You Know You’re Paying Not to Seal Your Illinois Criminal Record?

Record Sealing

You’ve served your time and paid off fines for your crimes. Everything should go back to normal, right?

Not so much.

Even if you are only arrested, or if you are charged but acquitted on those charges, it creates a criminal record. A record that will follow you if you don’t take action.

Having a conviction on your record is especially hard because state and federal laws automatically ban you from holding certain positions, getting certain jobs, and even exercising [...]

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