Mr. Jaleel will fight for you until we win!
Attorney Omer Jaleel has spent his entire legal career within courtrooms across Illinois fighting for the rights of people just like you. Prior to founding Jaleel Law P.C., Attorney Jaleel worked as an Assistant State’s Attorney and prosecuting attorney for the 2nd largest prosecution office in the country. As a prosecuting lawyer, Attorney Jaleel was the lead attorney on several high profile cases and he has argued in both the trial courts and the appellate courts of Illinois. A feat accomplished by a limited number of attorneys. As a former prosecuting attorney and Assistant State’s Attorney, Attorney Jaleel knows what is required to prove a case and knows what it means to “think like a prosecutor.”
With this pivotal experience, Attorney Jaleel is not afraid to fight the prosecutors on your behalf because he knows what they are thinking and he knows all the tools they possess in trying to establish their case. Attorney Jaleel has used this experience to earn his reputation as a tenacious attorney that will do whatever it takes to win your case. Continue Reading About Mr.Jaleel
Know Your Rights: Can the Police Make You Get Out of Your Car?
Most encounters with the police occur after a traffic stop and while most traffic stops are routine, the cops are trained to view traffic stops as a potentially dangerous or deadly situation. That view sometimes can result in terrible outcomes, which is why it is imperative that everyone knows their rights. Read More
How to Beat a DUI Charge- Top 5 Ways
A DUI charge in Illinois is a serious crime that carries with it significant penalties for a DUI including mandatory jail time in certain situations. However, a DUI charge will never go to sentencing if you beat your DUI case. Here are the 5 best ways to beat a DUI charge in Chicago or anywhere else in Illinois. Read More
Can You Refuse Field Sobriety Tests?
Field sobriety tests are one of the tools a police officer uses before arresting someone for driving while under the influence. Field Sobriety tests are far from being accurate and a person should always refuse field sobriety tests if asked by a police officer. Read More
What is a Jury Trial?
The right to a jury trial is one of the most important constitutional rights enjoyed by criminal defendants. A jury trial is where a group of individuals, known as the jury, decide the facts of the case and decide whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty of the charged crime. Usually, the jury is not responsible for sentencing the defendant if they reach a guilty verdict. A jury trial is different then a bench trial where a judge makes the factual findings as well as deciding the law. Read More
Consequences of a DUI Conviction
The consequences of a DUI conviction can be severe. The consequences of a DUI include both the criminal penalties for a DUI and the collateral consequences to your driving privileges. Collateral consequences include the revocation of your driving privileges.
Domestic Violence Based Asylum
For the first-time, domestic violence based asylum is a viable means to gain lawful immigration into the United States. Asylum for victims of domestic violence is now possible because of a new ruling by the Board of Immigration Appeals.