Criminal Defense Attorney in Oak Brook, IL
Criminal Defense In Illinois
Illinois criminal law encompasses a wide range of offenses from the insignificant to the very
serious. Criminal offenses are prosecuted by a number of different agencies. Less serious
offenses are known as misdemeanor crimes and more serious offenses are felony crimes.
Criminal offenses are also classified depending upon whether the criminal offense was a violent
or non-violent offense. Illinois criminal defense includes both federal crimes and state offenses.
Criminal Defense cases won in Illinois
We are very proud of the cases that we have won especially those when our clients were told by others to plead guilty and pray for the court’s mercy at sentencing. Each case is different and past case studies along with the information on this website is for informational purposes only and should not be interpreted to indicate a certain result will occur in your specific legal situation.
Client was facing charges related with wire fraud, Medicare fraud and whole host of other criminal and civil charges brought by the federal government. Prior attorney recommended settling; after Mr. Jaleel’s involvement and suggestion to try the case based upon the lack of evidence, the government eventually dismissed the criminal and civil charges without the need for a trial.
Illinois criminal defense includes both federal crimes and state offenses. Hiring an experienced Criminal and federal Defense Attorney will secure your win!
DUI (Driving While Under the Influence)
A Former Prosecutor who knows ins and out of criminal system is now fighting for your rights and making sure justice is served.
Areas We Serve
Centrally located in Du Page County we represent clients in trial and appellate courts throughout Illinois including the counties of Cook County, Du Page County; Will County, and Kane County. We have won on behalf of clients at the Daley Center; 26th and California; Bridgeview; Skokie; Rolling Meadows; Maywood; Markham; and all the branch courts in Chicago; and the Northern District of Illinois along with all five Illinois Appellate Courts and the federal circuit court of appeals.