Case Results

Case Results

Violent Crimes

(Cook)

My client stabbed her unarmed boyfriend to death during an argument and was charged with first-degree murder, facing a mandatory 20 years to life in prison. After trial, our client was found not guilty of first-degree murder and guilty of second-degree murder (probational manslaughter).

(DuPage)

My client was charged with Criminal Sexual Assault and received a directed finding of not guilty at trial.

My client was acquitted of charges of Attempt Murder for an alleged stabbing incident in a local Naperville night club.

(Will)

My client was charged with Possession of Child Pornography, and pre-trial motions and negotiations resulted in a plea of guilty to probation instead of a Class X (mandatory penitentiary time) disposition.

Narcotics

(Cook)

My client was charged with Possession of 153 kilos of Cocaine with Intent to Deliver and was facing a mandatory minimum of 15 years in the penitentiary. He was found not guilty after trial.

(DuPage)

My client was facing a mandatory minimum 9 years in prison for drug possession and delivery. I negotiated a disposition of boot camp (120 days) to satisfy the potential prison sentence.

Aggravated DUI (Felony)

(DuPage)

My client was charged with his fifth (5th) DUI, a class X Felony, facing a mandatory prison sentence. Client was found not guilty after trial.

(Will), (DuPage), (Cook)

I represented clients in these counties each charged with their fourth (4th) (and one in Will County with fifth (5th)) DUI. All faced mandatory prison sentences – all were acquitted.

Misdemeanor Crimes

My clients have been found not guilty of second-offense DUIs (conviction mandates license revocation) in Cook, DuPage, Kane and Will Counties in the last twelve months, thereby avoiding mandatory revocation of their driver’s licenses.

My clients have been found not guilty of domestic battery offenses (not supervision eligible) in Cook, DuPage, Kane, and Will counties in the last twelve months, thereby avoiding a permanent criminal record and loss of firearm privileges.

Other Noteworthy Cases:

My client was a DuPage County Sheriff facing multiple counts of Perjury and Obstruction of Justice in connection with the infamous “DuPage Seven” case. He was found not guilty of all charges at trial.

My client was the Administrative Assistant to the McHenry County States Attorney and was tried and acquitted on charges of Obstruction of Justice and Official Misconduct.