Most people who are charged with a crime are not prepared for what is coming. If you are convicted of a criminal offense, it could impact your career, educational opportunities, and hamper other rights and privileges that you have come to rely on. No matter what you have been accused of, The Rodriguez Legal Group LLC. is prepared to fight for your rights during this uncertain time. The prosecution starts building a case against you as soon as you are charged. It is important that you hire an experienced attorney who understands the laws concerning your case and will protect your rights. The Rodriguez Legal Group LLC. provides a tough criminal law defense in Cicero and throughout the Chicagoland area.
GETTING THE RIGHT DISPOSITION
For many people, being charged with a crime will be the most trying time in their life. It is important to hire a skilled criminal law defense team that can walk you through every step of the justice system to get the disposition that you need. We will help restore your peace of mind during this difficult time. Whether you have been wrongly accused based on false evidence and testimony or just made a mistake, hiring The Rodriguez Legal Group LLC. will give you the best chance of a not guilty verdict or other disposition that is more favorable than a criminal conviction. Whatever your circumstances, our office is equipped to take on any of the following cases:
- Driving on a Suspended / Revoked License
- Traffic Violations
- Domestic Battery
- Theft / Retail Theft
- Criminal Misdemeanor / Felony
- Drug Crimes
- Violent Crimes
- Sex Crimes
- Gun & Weapons
Illinois criminal law is divided into 3 categories: petty offenses, misdemeanors & felonies. Petty offenses are only punishable by a fine. Misdemeanors are the crimes that are considered less serious. As such, the penalties one faces upon conviction of a misdemeanor are less severe than those one would face when convicted of a felony. In most cases, misdemeanors may result in a jail sentence of no more than 1 year, while felony convictions result in serious sentences of over a year in the Illinois Department of Corrections — prison.
HIRING AN ATTORNEY PROTECTS YOUR RIGHTS
Some people wrongfully believe that hiring an attorney could be seen as an admission of guilt, this could not be further from the truth. Many times, people will waive their right to have legal counsel present during questioning and they subsequently make statements against their interest. In the justice system, you are presumed innocent and you have the right to remain silent. It is the prosecution’s burden to prove you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Hiring an attorney is the best way to protect your rights and you should never consent to being questioned without an attorney present. Call The Rodriguez Legal Group at 312-243-6200, located in Cicero, IL.