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Assault & Battery Case Wins

Under Illinois law, crimes of violence carry extremely high penalties. If a defendant uses, or even displays, a gun during a battery, the penalty could increase by as much as 25 years in the penitentiary. In addition, for most of these crimes the law requires the person to serve as much as 85% of the sentence.

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police attempted to pull over a car, and the driver pulled away hitting one of the officers and seriously injuring him. The police stated that driver was our client, and charged him with Attempt Murder of a Police Officer. After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. J.
Attempt Murder Police Officer

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police approached our client’s car and accused him of doing drugs. During the arrest, Chicago Police stated our client resisted and causing injury to officers. After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. T.
Felony Resisting Arrest

NOT GUILTY – JURY TRIAL

Markham Courthouse

Police accused our client of shooting a gun five times at someone’s car. After a Jury Trial our client was found NOT GUILTY of the Attempt Murder.

People v. M.
Attempted Murder

NOT GUILTY

Chicago

Chicago Police stated that our client threatened a neighbor by pointing a gun at him. After a bench trial, the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. B.
Aggravated Assault and Harrassment

DISMISSED

Chicago transferred to Skokie Courthouse

Chicago Police accused our client of battery while being processed on a DUI arrest. Before trial the State’s Attorney dismissed all felony counts.

People v. L.
Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police charged our client with battery as they tried to disperse a crowd. At trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. W.
Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police responded to a home for a domestic disturbance. Once there, the police stated our Client battered an officer. After a Jury Trial, our Client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. A.
Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Skokie Courthouse

Chicago Police accused our client of beating a baby into a coma and causing severe injuries. The State’s doctor testified that the injuries indicated abuse. Our research and witnesses proved otherwise. The Court found our client Not Guilty.

People v. L.
Aggravated Battery to a Child

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Bridgeview

Chicago Police accused our client of shooting a person five times. The victim knew our client from childhood, and identified him as the shooter. After Jury Trial our cliet was found NOT GUILTY on all charges.

People v. T.
Attempt 1st Degree Murder

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