Category: Chicago Criminal Defense

Robbery is a complex crime with many forms and many people fail to understand its extent.  Each of the various robbery offenses are violent felonies under Illinois law.  It is important, however, to know how various actions can turn a plain robbery into another type of robbery, say aggravated robbery for example, and the difference … Continue reading Understanding Robbery Charges In Illinois

When driving is your job, your driving record is even more important than usual.  The ramifications for significant and insignificant traffic infractions can be steep and can threaten your livelihood.  Ensuring that you know how to avoid certain infractions that could jeopardize your career and knowing who to call if you find that you have … Continue reading CDL Tickets

As the internet continues making waves and connecting people, one of the most serious concerns about this access is the exposure that many people now have to various types of fraud and crimes online.  From e-commerce to dating sites and direct messages on social media sites, there are so many avenues for internet crime.  If … Continue reading Common Internet Crimes

At this time in the year, young people all over the country are ready to partake in the prom season.  Hailed as one of the most enjoyable nights of a high school senior’s life, prom night marks what many consider one of the last and most significant celebrations before leaving high school.  Despite this time … Continue reading DUI During Prom and the Summer Months

When we think of criminal defense, we think of crimes that are of the violent nature; murders, firearm charges, assault and battery, etc.  However, there is another area of offenses that may not be physically violent, but are still serious in a different way; these crimes are called white collar crimes.  If you are being … Continue reading What Is White Collar Crime?


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