In Your Defense As You Face Criminal Charges
The criminal law professionals at Frankfort Law Group are ready to protect your rights and your freedom if you are confronted with criminal charges. The consequences of criminal charges can be severe, including jail time, fines, license suspension and a criminal record with a significant impact on your future. It is worth all your efforts to prevent a conviction if at all possible.
Steps In Your Defense
Whatever the charges against you, our lawyers at Frankfort Law Group are available to fight for your freedom and your future. You may have been charged with a crime such as:
- Driving with a suspended license
- A traffic violation
- A violent crime
- Domestic violence
- A white collar crime
- An internet-based crime
- Any variety of theft
- A misdemeanor
- A felony.
The Frankfort Law Group is ready to drive your defense forward aggressively and without delay. Our goal at all times is to provide the best criminal law defense that we can to get your charges and penalties reduced or eliminated altogether.
What You Can Do For Yourself Now
Your defense can begin the moment you are arrested or notified that you are under investigation.
First, we advise you not to submit to in-depth questioning by law enforcement agents or investigators without criminal defense. Tell law enforcement agents that you want to contact an attorney. If you communicate with family members, do not discuss your case with them.
Then, contact a defense attorney right away. Once you have an attorney from our law firm on your side, we can become your interface with police, with the courts, with the press (if your case is publicized) and with anyone else you need help interacting with about your situation.
We will subpoena and review all the evidence to understand the state’s case and position. We will find any weaknesses in the prosecutor’s case and get ready to challenge the charges against you.
As your defense case gets underway, collaborate with your lawyer in gathering evidence, creating a strategy and preparing for key events, like a hearing before the prosecutor or a court appearance.
Need Help With A Criminal Matter?
We have helped many previous clients find the second chance they needed, and we will work to do the same for you. Contact us today by filling out our online form or calling us at 708-349-9333. From offices in Frankfort, we serve people in many surrounding Illinois communities such as Kankakee.