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Gun Case Wins

In Illinois, even if you have NO criminal background, the minimum sentence for a gun case is one year in the penitentiary; YOU ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR PROBATION! Also, if you are already a convicted felon, you are not allowed to have a gun even in your house. Penalties for gun possession increase depending on your criminal background. If you are charged as an ARMED HABITUAL CRIMINAL, the minimum is 6 years at 85%. As you can see below, we win most of these cases by showing that the police search was unconstitutional.

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled our client over for a traffic violation and then searched his car finding a gun. We filed a Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. S.
UUW FELON

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police were called to a home regarding shots fired.  When a gun was later found, police charged our client. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. J.
Armed Habitual Criminal

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled over a car in which our client was a back seat passenger where a gun was found. Police further stated our client admitted the gun was his. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. T.
Armed Habitual Criminal

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled over our client’s car for having his bright lights on. Upon approach, Chicago Police stated they smelled burning marijuana in the car which led them to search the car where a gun was found. We filed a Motion to Supress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. R.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Bridgeview

Chicago Police executed a search warrant at our client’s home and found a gun. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. P.
Armed Habitual Criminal

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Bridgeview

Chicago Police received a call of a man with a gun. Upon arriving at the scene, they observed our client matching the description, searched him and found a gun. We filed a Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. H.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Skokie

Chicago Police received a call of a man with a gun. Police arrived on the scene and detained our client who matched the description. While detained, the police found a gun a few feet away from where our client was standing. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. S.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled over a car in which our client was the rear passenger. Police reported that as they approached the car, our client put a gun under a blanket. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. V.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police responded to our client’s house regarding a domestic disturbance. When the Police arrived, our client’s husband claimed that our client had a gun. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. B.
UUW by Felon

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police received a call of a man with a gun matching the description of our client. Police arrived at the scene, approached our client and he ran from them. During the foot chase Chicago Police reported our client threw a gun to the ground. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. H.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled our client over for a minor traffic violation. After the stop, Police stated that our client reached into the back seat to try to hide something. They pulled him from the car, searched, and found a gun in the back seat. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. F.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police stated that our client was buying guns for gangs in the city. One of the guns our client purchased was used in an attempt murder. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. F.
Illegal Trans of Guns

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Skokie

Chicago Police responded to a man threatening people with a gun. Based on a description given, the Police relocated to our client’s house. Inside the house, Police found a number of guns which they stated were possessed by our client. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. P.
Unlawful Use of a Weapon

DISMISSED

Markham

Cook County Sheriff’s Police along with the US Marshall staked out our client’s house searching for a wanted fugitive. After seeing the fugitive, the Police searched our client’s house and found a number of guns. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. M.
UUW Felon

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police approached our client in front of his house, searched him, and found a gun. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. W.
Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Bridgeview

Chicago Police responded to a motor vehicle accident in which our client was involved. When the Police arrived, they searched our client because someone claimed she had a gun. The Police found a loaded gun in our client’s purse. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. A.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Bridgeview

Chicago Police executed a search warrant at a house. Upon entering, the police stated they observed our client running down the hallway with a gun at his side. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. F.
UUW Felon

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Bridgeview

Chicago Police pulled over a car in which our client was a passenger. The police reported that a gun found in the car belonged to our client, and that our client admitted the gun was his. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. R.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police executed a search warrant at a house, found a gun, and charged our client with it. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. D.
UUW Felon

DISMISSED

Chicago transferred to Bridgeview

Chicago Police arrested our client and searched his car for a minor traffic violation. Our client lived in Indiana and had a permit to carry a gun. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. P.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Our client and several of his friends were standing on a porch. Chicago Police came up to the porch and detained everyone. Police found three guns, and stated that one belonged to our client. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. C.
Aggravated Unlawful use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police stated they saw our client fighting with someone on a street corner. The police testified that as they approached, our client ran and dropped a gun to the ground. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. C.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

DISMISSED

Markham

Police stopped our client’s vehicle for improper parking and then searched the vehicle and located a gun. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. W.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon

NOT GUILTY

Chicago transferred to Skokie

Police pulled over our client for a minor traffic violation at which time they stated that our client gave consent to search the car where a gun was found. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. N.
Aggravated Unlawful Use of Weapon

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