In Bond County, IL, people understand that if they are in legal trouble, they can rely on us for help. In fact, they know that our team is committed and experienced when they need help with fighting a variety of charges. From murder and manslaughter to drug possession, our team will utilize our full range of legal resources so that we can ensure that you have the best possible chance for a successful resolution in your case. Below we have included several types of cases that we are able to provide assistance for. If you are dealing with any of the following cases please give our staff a call to schedule a consultation with our legal team. Some of the cases we provide assistance with include:
People that know our team know that we handle a variety of misdemeanor cases. Misdemeanors are the least severe types of charges that can be levied against a person, and they feature three specific classifications. Those classifications are A, B, & C. Misdemeanors may be charged for things including assault, battery, and even theft, among other charges. A maximum punishment for misdemeanors may include up to 1 year in county jail and up to $2,500 in fines.
We also provide legal defense for those are dealing with felony charges. These types of charges are more severe, especially when compared to misdemeanor charges. These charges can feature increased jail times, fines, and other penalties if you are found guilty and are convicted. The sentences vary depending on how severe the crime is. This can include serving between 3 and 30 years in a state penitentiary and/or fines of up to $25,000. Some crimes that may warrant a felony charge include manslaughter, murder, and more.
At our law office, we understand that being charged with a crime can put stress on both you and your family. This is why we walk you through all of the steps in the process in order to ensure that our case is organized and we give you the best possible chance at winning. Here are a few reasons as to why people throughout Bond County, IL choose our firm:
Each case is different. However, in the State of Illinois, the general process is as follows.
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