If you are charged with a crime in Illinois or learn that you are under investigation, your first reaction will probably be shock and fear. Is this for real? What’s going to happen to you? Will you go to prison? Lose your job?
But even after you move past these emotions, there’s a decent chance that you may still feel confused about your charges. Yes, you understand that you are facing a charge for Battery. Or Disorderly Conduct. Or Unlawful Use of Weapons. But what does that really mean? And what are those numbers and letters written next to the charge that begin with 720 ILCS?
What you are seeing is the Illinois criminal statute associated with the crime in question. As a former Cook County prosecutor and current Chicago defense lawyer, Andrew M. Weisberg is intimately familiar with all charges that fall under 720 ILCS. He not only knows common defenses that can be used to give you the best possible outcome based upon the statute that you are up against, but also how prosecutors tend to build their cases – and how to call their arguments into question.
This unique insight has allowed him to help all kinds of people just like you to get their 720 ILCS charges reduced – or even dropped or dismissed altogether. You can see his incredible level of success by looking at his track record and what he has been able to do for past clients. When your future is in jeopardy, do not delay in turning to Andrew M. Weisberg.