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Whether from watching television and movies, taking a basic class in U. S. Government, or from actual run-ins with the law, everyone is aware that law enforcement officers must inform a suspect of their rights, including the right to a lawyer. So, if you have been arrested in Chicago and face criminal charges, wouldn’t it be easier and cheaper to simply use the defense attorney that can be supplied by the courts?

 

The reality is that although there are some highly competent and committed public defenders in Chicago, even those who have both the legal knowledge and the courtroom prowess to be effective are often overloaded with cases, lack the support staff to fully investigate each case, and do not have the time to give each client the personalized and detailed attention that’s needed to obtain the best possible outcome in a criminal case.

 

Because defending against a criminal charge can be a frightening and traumatic experience, you will want an attorney who is willing to devote the personalized attention that you will need during this difficult time. Having the reassurance that your attorney is devoted to your case will often give you the confidence and peace of mind needed if the case goes to trial.

 

In an arrest in Chicago on criminal charges, the stakes are too high to risk representation by anyone who cannot be devoted to your case. Contact Chicago criminal attorney Andrew M. Weisberg to aggressively defend you. Mr. Weisberg will be personally involved in your case so that you can get the best outcome possible. Contact Mr. Weisberg for a free consultation today.

 

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