Tag: criminal defense

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

A domestic battery charge may seem like a less common occurrence or a minor infraction, however, as many people who are charged and prosecuted know, even incidents that seem small or less serious can end with serious penalties.  Prosecutors will be aggressive and a person charged with domestic battery will need a stellar defense.  Contact … Continue reading Understanding Domestic Battery Charges In Illinois

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?

In our daily lives, we often see instances of deception as harmless.  A crime like forgery, however, is far from harmless.  In Illinois, forgery is a deception-related offense and, like other deception-related offenses, can carry surprising penalties for those convicted.  If a moment of what you thought was harmless deception turned into a forgery charge, … Continue reading Forgery Charges In Illinois

To purchase and possess a gun in Illinois, you must have a handgun license, also known as a Firearm Owner’s Identification card.  Many people may miss the importance of this FOID card and fail to obtain a license due to the difficulty of getting one.  However, this, and other unauthorized usage of a weapon, can … Continue reading Gun Charges In Illinois


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