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125 Bokelman Street, 1st Floor

Roselle, IL 60172

Significant Case Victories

Felony Cases

  • In a Felony case involving a conviction for a Sex Offense in Lake County a Post Conviction Petition was filed which after hearing, resulted in all charges being dismissed by the prosecutor

  • In a Felony case involving a conviction for the offense of Bribery in DuPage County the conviction was overturned and the felony charge dismissed based upon the failure of the arresting police officer to administer Miranda warnings to the client, thereby ending a 1 ½ year incarceration by The Department of Homeland Security of the client who was an illegal alien

  • In a Felony case involving a the offense of Aggravated Battery ( to a police officer ) in Cook County our firm obtained a reducer of the felony battery charge to misdemeanor battery and persuaded the Court to give the client a sentence involving no jail time, over the objection of the prosecutor

  • In a Felony case involving the offense of Unlawful Use of a Weapon by a Felon in DuPage County, at trial, at the end of the State’s case, there was a finding of not guilty as to 15 counts charged against the client. The Court found the client guilty of the sixteenth count, alleging that the client, who was on parole, had possessed “brass knuckles”. Our firm argued strenuously that the alleged weapon, a knife containing finger holes in its handle, did not fit the statutory definition of “brass knuckles”. This finding was appealed and the DuPage County Trial Judge’s decision was overturned.

  • In a Felony case involving the offense of Leaving the Scene of a Personal Injury Accident in Kane County, this firm persuaded the prosecutor to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor offense with probation

DUI Cases

  • In a DUI case in DuPage County the Court , after hearing the testimony of a neurological toxicologist expert witness who testified on behalf of the client, found that the client was not guilty even though a partially consumed bottle of whiskey was found in the client’s vehicle because there was a reasonable doubt as to whether the intoxication had been caused by fumes from carpeting glue that the client had been using or by alcohol which may have been consumed since according to the expert witness the symptoms of intoxication from either were identical

  • In a DUI case in Cook County the prosecution the prosecutor agreed to reduce the charge of DUI to reckless driving in a case involving a second DUI arrest where there was a breathalyzer result of .15 where a report of an expert witness hired by the defense demonstrated that fumes which the client had inhaled during the installation of a countertop rendered an artificially high breath test result

  • In a DUI case in DuPage County the Court found the client not guilty after a trial in a case involving an accident on I 294 because under cross examination of the arresting state trooper, it was demonstrated that there was insufficient evidence of intoxication

  • In a DUI case in DuPage County the Court found a client not guilty after a trial in a case where under cross examination it was shown that there was insufficient evidence of the element of driving

  • In a DUI case in Cook County the Court found a client not guilty after a trial where after cross examination the Court found that the arresting officer’s testimony was not credible

  • In a DUI case in Cook County after a pretrial motion to quash arrest and suppress evidence was heard, all evidence was suppressed and all charges were dismissed because a roadblock set up by the police was shown to be unconstitutional

  • In a DUI case in DuPage County the Court found a client not guilty after a trial because the State failed to sustain its burden of proof of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt

  • In a DUI case in Cook County all charges against a client were dismissed because the Court, after hearing a motion to suppress, found that there was no probable cause for the arrest of the client

Traffic Cases

  • In a Traffic case involving the offense of Reckless Driving in DuPage County a Judge, pursuant to a motion brought on behalf of a client, declared a criminal traffic statute to be declared unconstitutional on the basis that it created an unconstitutional irrebuttable presumption

  • In a Traffic case involving the offense of Speeding in a Construction Zone in Cook County, a case was reduced to simple speeding due to improper signage thereby preventing the client’s driving privileges from being suspended

  • In a Traffic case involving a one year suspension of a client’s driving privileges in Lake County, this firm vacated one of the client’s prior traffic convictions thereby ending the client’s suspension

Misdemeanor Cases

  • In a Misdemeanor case involving the Serving of an Alcoholic Beverage to a Minor in Cook County a client was found not guilty after a trial because the Judge found the testimony of the witness to be not credible 

  • In a Misdemeanor case of Theft in Cook County a client was found not guilty after a trial because of insufficient evidence that the client was guilty

  • In a Misdemeanor Criminal Damage To Property case in Cook County all charges against the client were dismissed on the day of trial because of insufficient evidence

  • In a Misdemeanor Criminal Trespass To Property case in DuPage County a client was found not guilty after a trial because after cross examination it was demonstrated that the identification testimony of the eyewitnesses was insufficient to show that the client was the person that they claimed to have seen trespassing

  • In aMisdemeanor Domestic Battery case in DuPage County the prosecutor dismissed the charges pretrial because of insufficient evidence

  • In a Misdemeanor Retail Theft case in DuPage County the prosecutor dismissed the charges pretrial because of insufficient evidence.

  • In a Misdemeanor Consumption of Alcohol case in DuPage County this firm persuaded the prosecutor to reduce the charge to Disorderly Conduct thereby preventing the clients driving privileges from being suspended for a year

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