Madelyn Daley
Attorney at Law

US Local 618-509-9724

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June 2019 Archives

The serious implications of theft charges

Facing criminal charges of any kind is a serious threat against your future, even if it is what seems like a minor theft charge. If you are facing charges related to any kind of theft, it is in your interests to take your case seriously and seek to build a strong defense strategy. You can start this process by learning more about the charges you are up against.

Defending against violent crimes in Illinois

Crimes against a person, or crimes involving offensive, unwanted touching, harassment or intentional bodily harm, will typically result in criminal charges in Illinois. Assault, battery, kidnapping, rape and harassment are all against the law and could result in significant jail time, probation, fines and other consequences upon conviction. Successfully defending against these serious charges may save you from these consequences and allow you to resume your normal life.

A DUI charge doesn't guarantee conviction

Many people who are arrested for driving under the influence are concerned about having a conviction on their criminal record. However, there are many ways to have the charges dismissed. A criminal defense attorney in your area can inform you on possible defense strategies you can use to potentially have your charges dismissed.

Illinois man charged with assault following wife's death

Our readers may have seen recent news articles that report that an Illinois Department of Corrections prison guard was recently charged with felony third degree domestic assault following the death of his new wife, who was also a prison guard. His bail was set at $100,000. The couple, who apparently had been married since May of this year, allegedly attended a Cardinals-Cubs game at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. According to the man, he and his wife had argued during the game.

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