A Criminal Defense Attorney, Former Prosecutor, Former Police Officer To Defend You Against State and Federal Prosecution If you are facing criminal charges, it’s important that you have an experience and accomplished criminal attorney you can identify with, who understands the perspective of the prosecution, and who aggressively protects your rights. Regardless of the allegations you may be facing, this unique angle will help ensure that your case is investigated thoroughly and every available legal option is pursued. Led by a former Chicago police officer and Cook County Prosecutor, our lawyers have successfully represented hundreds of clients in their time of greatest need. Utilizing our police and prosecution knowledge and experience to challenge the case against you, we provide you the greatest path to victory during this critical stage in your life.
Protecting the Rights of Those Facing Criminal Charges. Our team is experienced with handling all types of criminal cases and our versatility has proven highly effective. From traffic violations to high-profile cases like the Officer Van Dyke murder case, our attorneys are intensely dedicated to each case. Let our uniquely qualified perspective assist you in any of the following criminal matters:
Whether you’re facing charges of murder or manslaughter, or a traffic violation or DUI charge is wreaking havoc on your life, we invite you to contact a criminal defense lawyer at Herbert Law Firm for a free consultation today. Give us a call at 312-655-7660 or fill out our free case evaluation form online.
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