Top Country Club Sex Crime Lawyers - Illinois

At Criminal Defense Lawyer of Chicago, what we do is right there in our name. With more than a decade of experience and a winning record, our law firm advocates for people in Illinois in cases involving: • DUI and traffic tickets • Weapons charges, battery and murder • Federal crimes and white collar crimes • Domestic violence and neglect • Sex crimes • Wrongful...

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    From his law office in Bloomington, Illinois, Chris Gramm, Attorney at Law, provides exceptional legal advocacy and support to those who stand accused of virtually any type of felony or misdemeanor criminal offense. Serving clients throughout McLean County and central Illinois, Mr. Gramm has more than 16 years of experience defending the rights and liberties of the accused in both state and...

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    Since 1980, Bruno Law Offices has delivered exceptional results to people facing criminal charges in Urbana and throughout central Illinois. An investigation, arrest or even conviction is not the end of the line. We believe in our clients and in finding the best possible solution we can to their case. Our attorneys have had success in thousands of cases before both state and federal courts in...

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    Car accidents can leave those involved facing numerous challenges. At the personal injury law firm of Mahoney & Mahoney, LLC, we help people in Freeport, Illinois, and throughout the Rockford area obtain appropriate compensation. We understand that in addition to the physical pain and emotional trauma they are suffering, our clients' injuries may also cause them undue stress and financial...

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Comfort Level - Are you comfortable telling the lawyer personal information?  Does the lawyer seem interested in solving your problem?
Credentials - How long has the lawyer been in practice?  Has the lawyer worked on other cases similar to yours?
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