Tenacious Defense Against Serious Violent Crime Charges
You can’t afford to put your case in the hands of a lawyer whose only strategy is to look for the quickest way out. You need a legal team that has experience and a record of success in trying difficult, high-stakes cases. Our legal team has handled violent crime cases from every angle within the criminal justice system.
We focus exclusively on successfully defending people charged with crimes in Illinois.
Don’t Delay Getting The Legal Help You Need
We encourage you to schedule a confidential consultation as soon as possible, in order to give our attorneys the maximum time possible to prepare your case. The prosecution is already hard at work preparing its case; you can’t afford to lose the time war by delaying getting legal help.
Our firm handles all felony charges in Illinois, which can include:
- Robbery, including armed robbery and aggravated robbery
- Home invasions and use of force
- Aggravated domestic violence
- Assault and battery
- Aggravated battery
- Weapons offenses
- Domestic violence
- Attempted murder
Contact our firm online, or call 708-568-0474 to speak with one of our attorneys and learn how we can build a strategy to take on the prosecution and pursue the best options available to you.
Serious Defense For Serious Charges
We’re here to give you a chance in the legal system.
Our attorneys have dedicated their practice to helping people throughout Cook, DuPage and Lake County who face charges of violent crimes in Illinois court. We know that beyond the consequences of a criminal conviction, many people are simply overwhelmed by a legal system that only seems out to get them. With decades of experience and a passion for getting results, our attorneys can give you hope in the face of criminal charges.
We are experienced in handling a wide range of domestic violence related charges in Illinois, such as the following:
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- Domestic battery
- Interfering with the reporting of domestic violence
- Aggravated battery
- Orders of protection
From Experience And Instincts, We Get Results
Careful and thorough review of the facts and circumstances plays a vital role in any domestic violence case. Because all cases somehow involve someone else accusing a client of some form of abuse, it is necessary to have a complete understanding of how an accuser’s story stacks up against the facts.
We are unrelenting in finding the holes in the government’s version of events and using them to leverage successful outcomes for our clients. No matter the strength of the other side’s case, however, we deliver strategies to help our clients make the most out of what can often seem like a hopeless situation.
Don’t leave your case up to the prosecution; get an experienced lawyer on your side to challenge it at every corner. Call our office at 708-568-0474 or send an email now to schedule a confidential consultation.
Cook County Defense Attorneys Fighting Firearm Charges Throughout Chicagoland
While the nation’s gun laws — and especially those in places like Chicago — continue to make headlines and be the subject of political debate, one thing is for certain: Prosecutors will seize nearly every opportunity to throw the book at someone charged with a firearm-related offense.
Taking on a prosecutor bent on winning a conviction takes a lawyer who knows how prosecutors — and judges — think. It takes a lawyer who can use this experience to build an effective strategy even in the face of serious criminal charges.
Our founding attorney and consultant, Colleen McSweeney Moore, spent years as a prosecutor and circuit court judge in Cook County, seeing literally thousands of cases from the eyes of the prosecution and judge’s chair. This experience and her passion for helping people give our clients the quality representation they need when facing gun charges and other serious criminal consequences in Illinois.
You Come With Questions. We’ll Come With A Plan.
Sometimes gun charges arise by themselves. In many other cases, however, they come about in relation to other allegations of violent crime offenses. These can range from a simple traffic stop to drunk driving charges to a home search following an arrest on suspicion of drug possession or distribution.
Many of these cases are prosecuted as felonies, meaning that lengthy prison sentences are almost always on the table. No less serious is the effect that a criminal conviction can have on many other aspects of a person’s life, including:
- Employment opportunities
- Housing options
- Custody of children
Our attorneys take an offensive approach to criminal defense. With significant trial experience, they undertake careful preparation of every case and are undeterred by those that are best resolved at trial. We know that there is no such thing as a low-stakes firearm case, and our goal in every case is to help our clients avoid the serious and devastating consequences of being convicted.
Email our office or call 708-568-0474 now to arrange a private consultation with an experienced gun crime defense lawyer.
The Skill To Take On Assault And Battery Charges
Violent crimes are some of the most aggressively prosecuted crimes in the Illinois criminal justice system. Not all charges, however, arise out of a physical violent act. Assault charges can arise when an individual simply believes he or she is under the threat of physical harm.
What does this mean for the accused? You may have simply thought that you were in a heated argument with a friend, neighbor or stranger. That person took things differently and decided to take legal action against you.
A Strong Defense Lawyer For Violent Crime Charges
You do not have to back down when the evidence seems stacked against you. Let our law firm help.
What Defense Options Are Available For Me?
The circumstances that surrounded the violent incident are not always black and white. Unfortunately, whoever decided to press charges is often automatically viewed as the victim of a crime, even if the law says you, the accused, are innocent until proven guilty.
We know that many assault and battery cases are more complex than they seem. Did you, the accused, feel you were in danger of harm as well? Was a weapon involved or not? Was the weapon intended to be used or did it just happen to be in your possession at the time? These are examples of important details that need to be brought up as they can dramatically influence your case.