Chicago Criminal Defense Attorneys

Arrested for a Crime?

Contact Us

Results Matter

Since 1990, We've successfully represented more than 20,000 satisfied clients. we strive everyday to obtain superior results and give 100% effort to each case.

You’ve been arrested and charged with a crime. You could be facing any number of accusations, from driving while under the influence to assault with a deadly weapon. If this is your first brush with the Illinois legal system, you're wondering what comes next. If you've had encounters with law enforcement before, you may have a good idea of what is in store. In either case, you're worried about what this could mean for you, your family, and your future.

Of course, you have every reason to be nervous. Depending upon the circumstances surrounding your arrest, you could be looking at a wide range of personal and legal troubles. But right now, the most important thing you can do is remain calm and know that help is only a phone call away.

For over two decades, the criminal defense legal team at Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates LLC has represented people just like you. No matter what the state has accused you of doing, our team is here to make sure your rights are preserved.

In order for to us to provide you with a superior defense, you'll need to go on the offense. The sooner you are able to make contact with our team, the greater your odds will be of avoiding serious difficulties.

Free Consultation
25 +

yearsOf Experience

20000 +


Experience. Knowledge. Results.

Our firm’s founder, Attorney Mitchell S. Sexner, is highly regarded in the Illinois legal community and holds an “AV Preeminent” rating from the nearly 150-year-old nationwide legal rating service Martindale-Hubbell. He has been recognized by “Who’s Who” in American Law, named to The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Attorneys, and has secured admission to the U.S. District Courts in Illinois, Hawaii, Texas, and Wisconsin. Mr. Sexner has also appeared on television as a legal commentator.

Before founding his own firm in 1990, Mr. Sexner aggressively prosecuted criminal cases in Chicago as an Assistant State’s Attorney. He now leads the experienced legal team at Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates LLC, and remains dedicated to providing the highest levels of effective representation to his clients during every step of the legal process. Whether vigorously defending clients charged with misdemeanor and felony crimes, or whether fighting insurance companies on behalf of injured families, he and his team of legal professionals leave no stone unturned in their pursuit of justice.

Our Success Stories

Fist Not Guilty Aggravated Assault

Despite multiple witnesses testifying our client had pulled a knife on a family member, we were able to convince the Judge to find our client not guilty.

Indecency Icon Reduced Charge Felony Public Indecency

Registered sex offender previously faced mandatory lifetime registration if convicted. Prosecutor agreed to reduce the felony charge to a misdemeanor.

cannabis Icon Dismissed Felony Cannabis Possession

Our client was arrested for a felony amount of cannabis. We filed a motion to suppress and quash arrest and were successful in winning the case.

Avvo Client Choice Award
SuperLawyers Logo
Rue Ratings Best Attorneys of America
Client Champion Gold 2022
The National Top 100 Trial Lawyers
AV Preeminent Rated Lawyers
Avvo Rating 10.0 Logo
National Association of Distinguished Counsel
BBB Accredited Business
Best Business of 2019 Three Best Rated
10 Best Attorney  Ameerica Institute of Legal Counsel
Expertise Best Medical Malpractice Lawyers in Chicago
Top 10 Attorney and Practice Magazines
American Insittute of Criminal Law Attorneys

Types of Criminal Defense Cases We Handle

The Criminal defense legal team at Sexner & Associates LLC represents those charged with a wide variety of criminal offenses ranging from misdemeanors such as retail theft to the most serious of felony cases including murder. Since 1990, our experienced attorneys have successfully defended virtually every type of offense while representing clients in Chicago and across the state, including those charged with:

These are just a few of the many criminal cases we handle, so don’t hesitate to call us today. Our experienced and knowledgeable team of criminal defense lawyers in Chicago can help you protect your rights. Your consultation is always free. Call us now at (800) 996-4824.

Criminal Defense Process

While no two cases are exactly alike, criminal cases in Chicago follow a specific 12-step process, outlined here:

  • Investigation
  • Warrant
  • Arrest
  • Processing
  • Bond
  • Preliminary Hearing/Indictment
  • Arraignment
  • Discovery
  • Negotiations
  • Motions
  • Trial
  • Sentencing


Every Chicago area criminal case begins with an investigation. Sometimes, an investigation only takes a few minutes, as in the case of a police officer personally witnessing a traffic violation, a battery, a theft, or any crime in progress. Other times, an investigation may take weeks, months or even years to complete. Police and prosecutors may need to interview witnesses, subpoena bank records, employ electronic surveillance of the suspect, compare fingerprints, test blood spatter evidence, analyze recovered DNA, order an autopsy or conduct a forensic examination of a gun or bullets. One police officer may be involved, or a whole team of detectives and investigators may be assigned to the case, depending on the complexity. But only once the police have determined that there is “probably cause” to believe that a crime has been committed should they proceed further.


When the Police are called to the scene of a crime in Chicago, an arrest often occurs immediately on the spot. But there are many circumstances where the accused is nowhere to be found or has left the jurisdiction or even the country. In other situations, the police may have conducted a long-term investigation and have only recently decided that “Probable Cause” exists to make an arrest. At such a point, the police will typically go to a judge and request the issuance of a warrant which will then permit them to arrest the accused. The police officer will explain to the judge what the nature of the charges are, what their basic evidence is against the person and the extent of the accused offender’s criminal record if any. When a warrant for arrest is issued, a judge will also typically set a bail amount at the same time. Once the defendant is arrested, he or she will need to post that amount of money in order to be released from police custody.


Once it has been determined that “Probable Cause” exists to believe that a crime has been committed, the accused is arrested. Sometimes, the arrest is immediate while at other times a warrant for the defendant is issued and the person is taken into custody at a later time. But what is an arrest exactly? Basically, an arrest occurs whenever a reasonable person would feel that he or she is no longer free to leave the presence of a police authority. When you have been handcuffed, you’re clearly not free to leave. When a Chicago Police officer announces “Stop right there! You’re under arrest!”, you’re definitely under arrest. The same is obviously also true if the officer unholsters a weapon or taser and instructs you to comply with an order, as no one would feel free to leave under such circumstances. In any event, once a person has been arrested, they are typically taken to the station for processing.


After an arrest, the accused is usually transported to a Chicago Police District Station or other local police department for processing, a process also known as “booking”. At this time, the accused will be asked to provide basic information including their full name, address and date of birth. While in custody, he or she will also be instructed to pose for a booking photograph (“mug shot”) and have fingerprint images taken, usually as a digital scan. The “booking officer” will then submit the fingerprints for a LEADS background check to determine the person’s criminal background. This is the most important (and sometimes most time-consuming) part of the booking procedure because before releasing the accused, it must be determined whether there are any outstanding arrest warrants stemming from other criminal matters in Chicago or elsewhere. If any active arrest warrants are found, the defendant may be held in custody for further action.


Except in the most serious of cases such as capital murder, all other persons charged with traffic, misdemeanor or felony crimes are entitled to have a reasonable bail amount set on their case. Only after a bail amount has been posted will the defendant then be released from custody and be given a “bond slip” which serves as a receipt for the money posted, as well as a reminder of what date they will later need to appear in court. Depending on the charge, sometimes the bond will require no money be posted at all (called an “I Bond”), while other times the bail amount may require the posting of hundreds, thousands or even millions of dollars. For certain traffic and criminal matters, the Chicago Police are authorized to accept the bail amount at the station and immediately release the defendant from custody, while for other types of cases such as domestic battery, Illinois law requires that the accused be brought before a judge for the bail amount to be determined in court. A failure to appear in court after posting of bail may result in a forfeiture of the bail money.

Preliminary Hearing/Indictment

If a person has been charged with a felony crime (rather than a lower misdemeanor or traffic offense) in Chicago or elsewhere, then there is an extra step in the criminal process. Because felonies are the most serious of crimes in Illinois, this step requires a finding of “probable cause” to believe that a crime was committed by the defendant before the case can proceed further. The Cook County State’s Attorney (or other county prosecutor) has the discretion of whether to proceed by way of indictment or preliminary hearing. If by indictment, the prosecutor will typically have his police officer testify briefly in front a group of people from the community, called a Grand Jury, who will then decide whether they believe a crime was committed. On the other hand, if by preliminary hearing, the judge will decide the question after both the prosecutor and defense attorney have had an opportunity to examine the witnesses. Although these two processes are different, neither is more serious than the other.


Although a bond hearing or preliminary hearing may have already taken place, the arraignment is considered the first “true” court date for a case, whether traffic or criminal. It’s the date where the defendant is entitled to hear what all of the charges against him or her really are. Although many people “waive” their right to have all their charges read at that time, it’s every defendant’s right to have each and every charge against them read aloud in open court if they so choose. Then, after the charges have been read, the judge will ask the defendant how they wish to plead. Although it’s possible for the accused to plead guilty at their arraignment, it’s highly unusual as nearly 100% of all defendants plead “Not Guilty” at this point, regardless of whether they are considering entering a different plea later. At the arraignment, the judge will also usually advise defendants that they need to secure the services of a Chicago criminal attorney, such as those offered by the legal team at Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates LLC.


Once the defendant has hired an attorney, it’s time to determine what incriminating evidence the Chicago Police or other department actually has against him or her. Only then can a defendant make an informed decision about what path to take in their criminal case. Everyone accused of a crime is entitled to see such evidence and this process of sharing information with the Cook County State’s Attorney or other prosecutor is called discovery. Even things (and especially things) that the police have discovered that tend to prove the innocence of the accused (called “exculpatory evidence”) must be turned over. Discovery materials commonly include police reports, squad car videos, police station videos, body cam, photographs, witness statements, confessions, phone records, and computer records. But in short, the defendant is usually entitled to virtually anything and everything that the State has in their possession that bears on the criminal charges placed against them.


After the defendant has received Discovery from the prosecutor and had a chance to review it, the defense attorney is now in a position to enter into negotiations with the State’s Attorney to discuss the possibility of an agreement or deal. Although sometimes a defendant won’t wish to engage in negotiations, it’s generally accepted that there’s usually little downside in doing so. That’s because conversations with a prosecutor, whether in Chicago or elsewhere in Illinois, are “not binding” on the defendant. This means that regardless of how extensive the negotiations, there will be no deal until the defendant agrees to accept that agreement in open court. Another way to work out an agreement is to bring the Judge into the negotiations with what is called a “402 Conference”. In this process, the Judge would hear from both the defense lawyer and prosecutor in private, and then indicate what sentence would be given if the defendant chose to enter a plea. This procedure is also non-binding on the defendant.


Depending on the criminal defense attorney’s case strategy, the filing of certain motions may be a good idea. A motion is a document that’s filed with the court asking the judge to take certain actions to help the defendant’s case in some way. For instance, a “Motion to Reduce Bail” is often filed to lower the amount of money necessary to be released from custody. A “Motion to Quash Arrest and Suppress Evidence” is also commonly filed in both criminal and traffic cases in Chicago and other cities. Such a motion asks the Judge to throw out any mention of certain evidence (a gun, drugs, computer data, etc.) because it’s alleged that the police improperly searched, arrested or investigated the defendant and that to allow the use of such evidence at trial would be unfair. If this type of motion is granted, it may greatly increase the defendant’s chances for a “Not Guilty” verdict or even result in the complete dismissal of charges.


If negotiations have not resulted in an acceptable offer and if pre-trial motions have not forced a dismissal of the charges, then a trial may be necessary. In Chicago and across country, every defendant has a constitutional right to a trial if he or she so chooses. A trial is a proceeding in which the prosecutor presents evidence to the Court to demonstrate the guilt of the accused. The defendant, typically through their attorney, also has the option of presenting evidence to refute the State’s assertions. There are two types of trials. A bench trial (also know as a trial by judge) refers to a trial in which the judge hears all the evidence, rules on all motions, and then alone decides whether the evidence supports a finding of guilt. In a jury trial (12 people selected from the community), although the judge still rules on motions and conducts the trial proceedings, it is the jury who ultimately decides whether guilt exists. In either type of trial however, the burden of proof is always on the State to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.


If after a trial the defendant has been found Not Guilty, he or she will be immediately released from custody and their bond refunded. But if on the other hand there has been a finding of Guilt, there remains one more step in the criminal process, that being sentencing. Depending on the case, some Judges in Chicago and across Illinois will proceed immediately to sentencing, while other times the sentencing will be put off until later in the future, with the defendant being either released on bond or held in custody until that time. Sentencing refers to the final decision by the judge about what and how much punishment should be administered. In making such a decision, the law directs a judge to look at such things as a defendant’s prior criminal background, the severity of the offense, whether it was a violent crime, whether someone was injured, and so on. Depending on the sentence, a defendant may then be released or taken into custody to serve a jail term. If the defendant wishes to appeal the decision of the trial judge to a higher court following sentencing, very specific time limitations apply for filing.

Our Chicago legal team gets Results

Thousands of highly satisfied criminal and traffic clients in the Chicago area have been helped by the experienced attorneys of Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates LLC. How has our law firm consistently obtained successful results for our clients since 1990?

Straight Talk

Starting with your first free consultation, our attorneys will give it to you straight. Things look good? We’ll tell you. Things look not so good? We’re going to tell you that too. So if you’re looking for a lawyer that’s just going to tell you what you want to hear, please look elsewhere! Our attorneys only want the best for our clients and we’ve found that in order to accomplish that, we need our clients to be true partners in this process and proceed with eyes wide open. After more than 30 years in business, our legal team knows what needs to be done to get you where you need to be. So come to us with your questions and we’ll be happy to give you the straight answers you need to succeed.

Team Effort

When facing traffic or criminal charges in the Chicago area, it’s important to have a skilled attorney on your side, but at Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates LLC we take that idea one step even further. Whether your offense is a minor driving ticket or a major felony charge, we consider every case to be serious, because every case is important to you and to your future. So, once you’ve chosen to hire us, your file will be immediately assigned to one of our knowledgeable lawyers with many years of experience. Then, your attorney will work closely with Mr. Sexner and our other highly qualified attorneys to provide you with the highest levels of service. Our focus on team effort is just one of things that separates the best from the rest.

Hard Work

Our attorneys know that nothing beats hard work. So, to obtain the very best outcome for our clients, the legal team at Sexner & Associates LLC works hard in between court dates as well as when at court. We’ll review all the police reports, videos, photographs and available evidence. We may travel to view the actual crime scene location in the Chicago area, contact potential witnesses or engage in ongoing negotiations with the prosecutor. Your attorney may conduct legal research on your case, draft motions and have them filed with the court as well. All along, we’ll keep in constant contact with you to make sure you’re updated on important case developments. We’ll do what it takes to bring you the best results possible.


It's a fair question. After all, there are plenty of attorneys out there willing to represent you. Maybe you’ve already received a mailbox full of letters from lawyers. Or your Uncle’s cousin says he knows someone. Or you’ve done a quick Google search on the internet and found what appear to be hundreds of qualified lawyers in your area. How do you decide?

First, understand that any lawyer can call themselves an “experienced criminal defense attorney”, even those with little to no relevant history. Whether the lawyer is a recent law school graduate or someone who primarily handles other types of cases, there’s no law against claiming to be something you’re not. So, if your case is important to you and you’re looking to find the best representation, allow us to explain why the legal team at Sexner & Associates LLC is “the real deal”:

  • Members of our legal team include only former prosecutors and life-long defense attorneys who have spent their careers handling traffic & criminal cases
  • Our lawyers have over 20 years of experience and have handled thousands of criminal & traffic cases on average
  • Each attorney has a proven track record of successful results including winning trial verdicts in Chicago and multiple Illinois counties
  • Superior levels of understanding, compassion and dedication given to each case
  • Numerous awards for excellence and customer service received since the first of our offices opened in 1990
  • Competitive flat fees with flexible, reasonable payment plans available
  • Open lines of communication and weekly status phone calls
  • Over 20,000 highly satisfied clients from 44 States across America
  • Over 500 5-Star reviews online at Google

For over 30 years, Sexner & Associates LLC has helped clients successfully navigate the court system in Chicago and surrounding areas. Call now for straight talk about your case and to speak with one of our knowledgeable attorneys free of charge. You can reach our live hotline 24 hours a day at (800) 996-4824.

Our Clients


Mitchell was very helpful in explaining the pros and cons of hiring an attorney for this case without pushing into either direction. Mary Baccam was my attorney and she was very competent in explaining all the options and subsequent outcomes of the case. She patiently went over in explaining why ‘ to plea not guilty’ was the best course of action and how to best represent my case. And it was a success! She was welcoming and humane in her representation and yet highly professional and competent.

“Life Saver!”

Best experience of my life !!!! My license was suspended and I was in all sorts of trouble. The law office I called before I called them said there was NOTHING that could be done. However, when I called Mitchell, he was so happy to try to help me get my license back. And they did !! Him and Mary helped my get my license within days of my consultation. Amazing experience. With their many areas of speciality, they are now my go-to law office for ANY problem I may run into. Everyone at the office is so kind. I consider it a blessing that I found them.

“A Grateful Client”

I had a consultation with Mr. Sexner which I was very satisfied with. I was assigned Mr. Ari Trubitt to represent me in traffic court. His confidence and knowledge was greatly appreciated by me, and I am sincerely thankful for his efforts on my behalf (my case was dismissed).

“Wonderful Service”

Since my first interview with Mitchell I felt like they took my case personal. He always made sure everything was in order. On court day I was represented by Mr.Owen. He did such an amazing job. I am very pleased with this companies services and would 100% recommend Mr.Sexner and Associates to everyone.

“Best lawyer I've ever came to contact with”

I learned about Mr. Sexner when his office sent me a mail after I got arrested for driving on a suspended license and driving while using an electronic device. I honestly thought this was the end of my life because I’m an international student here and something like that could mean disaster for my future…

I remembered Mr. Sexner’s name so I called his office and set up an appointment for the next day (one day before my court date). Only thing I wish is that I should have called him before. He not only accommodated me on such short notice and at a very reasonable price, he was extremely thorough, very professional, knowledgeable, and humble…

I could not be happier and I highly recommend that you meet him if you have any traffic related problems.

“The Best”

I had a suspended license and Mr. Sexner assured me that i would be taken cared of. I was hesitant and very nervous but with his politeness and vast knowledge he took care of every question i had and day of the court his co-worker showed up at the time she said she would and we faced the judge and i was in and out like a new man, i would 100% recommend to all family and friends

“Excellent Service”

Mitch went above and beyond in order to help with my case. I was driving under a suspended license and his team was able to convey my duty to pay my balance (reason I was suspended) to the judge and have everything dropped. I walked away unscathed and I also have a huge weight lifted off my shoulders with his unwavering support.

“Insightful and Helpful”

Mitch personally helped me with a difficult case, and one with few options. He gave me pragmatic advice, and a useful strategy. It is expert advise like this that people depend on… not gaming the system that lawyers are allowed to do that makes his honesty and integrity so valuable.

“Great Legal Practice”

We are very satisfied with Sexner & Associates. Our attorney Ari was very diligent in representing us in our action. We won our case due to his experience and legal acumen.

“Came in With a DUI”

Got a DUI and got my license suspended for 6 months. I called Sexner and Associates, they called me in and told me we will take care of you. Guess what now i have no suspension, can drive with no problem, no community service. And I’m free.

Will recommend them to anyone and everyone. They are the best at their field. Thank you Sexner and Associates.

“Happy With My Result”

When I appeared in Court on the 1st of Feb. I expected the worst and after talking with the Lawyer I hired to represent me. I discussed what happened and why I was appearing again for a two year old case. She talked with the State Attorney and came back to me with the offer of a lower fee and supervision I was so happy that I wouldn’t have to worry any longer about this.

“Amazing Law Firm”

I can’t even begin to explain what an amazing law firm this is. My family and I have been using their services for over 10 years now. They have successfully helped us with bankruptcies and criminal cases. We currently have a criminal case going on and the support and help Ari has provided is unbelievable. He is smart, kind and supportive. It’s the only attorneys office I know that isn’t money hungry! Thank you Mitch and Ari!

“Wonderful Law Firm”

Sexner and Associates was the second office that I consulted regarding my case and within the first 10 minutes I knew that this was the firm for me… They made sure I understood what all my options were as well as the consequences of each option… Though everyone’s case is different I was very lucky to get the deal offered given my situation and I have Sexner and Associates to thank for that… They do free consultations and have reasonable prices. I would definitely recommend contacting them for a consultation and see what they can do for you 🙂

“Fantastic Lawyer”

Michell Sexner & Associates have an amazing group of people. I called last minute (a day before my case) and they provided me with everything that I needed. I worked with Ari, and he is such a kind gentlemen and really helped me a lot. I was confused at how to deal with my case, but Ari assured me everything will work out. He handled my speeding situation so simply and effectively. Definitely recommend!

“Great Job!”

Mitchell Sexner and Owen are the best !

They help me a lot. They advised me what to do and dismissed the case. Excellence, Professionalism. Experienced at what they do. I recommend them. Great job!

-Nina P.
“Excellent and Efficient”

Very excellent and efficient job. From the moment I contacted the lawyer they started working with me. They worked with me on the consultation. Due to my busy schedule I had to do the conversion over the phone, even though, the respond from them was great. Kept up with information and call backs just like they said. The small meeting before the court with the lawyer was excellent as well. The lawyer listened to all our concerns and explained every posible choice we had, as well as the results that may come with. Everything that got done was to our benefit and our choice and the court file was great results. From start to finish great service, they showed they care, great ethics, and a job well done.

“Outstanding Service”

My experience with Mitch Sexner and associates are awesome, helping me in a major time if need and I’m recommending my lawyer, Mitch Sexner and his team to all my friends & family because he cares.

“Worked Miracles!”

Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates recently represented me for a Class A Misdemeanor which going into didn’t have favorable odds. I was looking at a misdemeanor conviction, a possible 1 year jail sentence and a $2,500.00 fine. My lawyer was able to work with the prosecuting attorney to lessen my offense… I received 6 months of supervision and a $400 fine with driving school. This was the most amazing outcome I could have ever asked for!!! I would recommend Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates to anyone in need of legal representation.

“Above and Beyond”

I had the pleasure of working with Mitchell and Owen on a recent set of traffic tickets. Not only did the tickets get thrown out but it was handled in one court appearance. I HIGHLY recommend that you consider using this law firm. They are straight forward and honest to work with and will do everything they can to help you out.

“A Satisfied Client”

Excellence, professionalism, and experienced at what they do. Keep up the great representation Mr. M. Sexner and Mr. S. Monroe..!


When I called Mr. Mitchell Sexner, it was (the) weekend and I had to leave town by Monday. He arranged to meet me over the weekend and assured me he will take care of everything. He kept in contact and did just as promised.


Fantastic experience. Extremely knowledgable, easy to talk to, answered all our questions. Really put us at ease. Would definitely call and use this law firm again!!

“Very Professional and Caring Lawyers”

I had some legal problems recently and didn’t know what to do. I received a few mailers and called a few of them. Mitchell called me right back. He told me the worst that could happen and the best. His staff of attorneys worked hard to get me the best outcome. At all times I felt very protected by them. He also worked with me on payments and for that I am appreciative. I would highly recommend Mitchel and his staff

“Responsive, Informative and Effective!”

Completely satisfied with their counsel during an extremely stressful moment in my life. From their extensive education on my options and evolutions concerning my case, to the outcome. The glowing reviews were well founded. No high energy sales pitch and grandiose chest thumping. Straightforward, intelligent, professional counsel you can rely on.

“Mitchell Sexner is the Best!”

I’ve used Mitch Sexner and his law firm for more years than I can count and he’s the best I’ve ever found. He’s helped me with countless traffic matters and also helped my husband with his medical malpractice/products liability lawsuit as well (resulting in very large settlement). I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for experienced legal advice and successful results.

“Excellent Representation”

I had my misdemeanor case handled my Mr. Sexner and his associates. They were considerate, knowledgeable, and professional. I felt very much taken care of on my court date, which was important to me.

See More Testimonials

Latest News

New Illinois Criminal and Traffic Laws for 2023 Category : Criminal Defense

Jan 17: New Illinois Criminal and Traffic Laws for 2023

With 2023 officially upon us, over 180 new laws are going into effect in Illinois. A few of these laws will have an impact on criminal and traffic cases. Some of these laws will also effect people currently incarcerated in the Illinois Department of Corrections and County Jail. This article provides a brief summary of some of the new criminal laws and what they mean. New Criminal Laws The resisting arrest statute has now been modified to required that someone charged with the offense of resisting arrest must have committed an underlying offense for which they were initially subject to arrest. Devices which help unlock a vehicle without a key or duplicate a signal from a key fob will now be considered “burglary” There will now be an electronic record for all opioid prescriptions to track doctors who overprescribe in...

Last Minute Changes to the Illinois SAFE-T Act Category : Criminal Defense

Jan 10: Last Minute Changes to the Illinois SAFE-T Act

The SAFE-T Act has been hailed by some as...

Why Do People Want to Steal my Catalytic Converter? Category : Crime Statistics

Nov 13: Why Do People Want to Steal my Catalytic Converter?

When your car burns fuel to run, it produces...

New Cannabis Enforcement Issues on the Horizon Category : Marijuana Laws

Oct 31: New Cannabis Enforcement Issues on the Horizon

Illinois became the first state in 2019 to decriminalize...

Protecting Yourself Against False Allegations of Domestic Abuse/Violence Category : Domestic Violence

Oct 26: Protecting Yourself Against False Allegations of Domestic Abuse/Violence

The consequences of being falsely accused of domestic violence...

See More News