Madelyn Daley
Attorney at Law

US Local 618-509-9724

Helping accused individuals initiate a strong criminal defense

Being accused of a drug crime could mean that your freedom, personal and professional reputations, and financial future are at risk. Criminal allegations mean that the accused is facing serious penalties. A serious situation, such as criminal charges, should be treated as such. This means that defendants in Illinois should take an aggressive approach in order to protect their rights and future.

At Madelyn Daley, Attorney at Law, our skilled legal team has more than 15 years of experience fighting for the rights of our clients. Whether you are facing a minor or major, state or federal, or misdemeanor or felony charge, it is imperative that you understand the charges you are facing, the potential penalties you could endure, and the criminal defense options available to you.

Drug crimes can range greatly, and at our law firm we have handled a wide array of cases involving different substances, quantities, and purported actions. Therefore, we are well-versed in the laws surrounding these situations, allowing our attorneys to initiate a strong defense against the pending charges.

Whether it is possession, intent to distribute, manufacturing or drug trafficking, we are prepared to fully investigate the matter, determining if the evidence used against our clients was lawfully collected. If we believe that our clients' Fourth Amendment rights were violated, we will challenge the evidence collected, seeking to suppress it.

To learn more, check out our law firm's drug crimes website. Even though the state has built up a case against you, collecting much evidence against you, this does not mean that the evidence can stand or the charges will stick. Taking an aggressive approach against criminal charges could help a defendant obtain reduced or even dismissed charges.

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