Being charged with any type of crime is a serious matter in Illinois. Depending on your charges and the circumstances surrounding your case, you could be facing heavy fines and a lengthy jail sentence. As a result of a conviction, you could also be left with a criminal record that will follow you the rest of your life, preventing you from obtaining jobs, housing, or loans. To prevent these penalties, you need a tough, tenacious Morris criminal defense attorney on your side. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen, and Massino, P.C., we have over 125 years of combined experience defending clients throughout our area against these types of charges. Get our legal team fighting on your side.
Even otherwise honest, law-abiding people can find themselves facing criminal charges. A momentary lapse of judgment, being at the wrong place at the wrong time, or getting mixed up with the wrong crowd can all leave you facing serious penalties. Under the Illinois Compiled Statutes, crimes are classified as either a misdemeanor or felony charges. Depending on the circumstances involved, even relatively minor offense can result in a conviction which may have long term ramifications on every area of your life.
At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen, and Massino, P.C., we provide the aggressive legal representation you need in these types of cases. As experienced Morris criminal defense attorneys, we defend and protect the rights of clients facing the following types of charges:
As soon as you are accused of a crime or charged and placed under arrest, it is important to reach out to our Morris criminal defense attorneys. We can begin immediately investigating the circumstances surrounding your charges and strategizing the best course of action to avoid a conviction. Working through the Illinois Court system, we can take the following actions on your behalf;
At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen, and Massino, P.C., we believe the best defense begins early in your case. Contact our Morris criminal defense attorneys and request a consultation today.
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