Criminal Defense Attorney Serving DuPage, Cook, Will and Kane Counties
Even good people get into trouble. When arrested or charged for a violation of criminal law in the Illinois, call DuPage County criminal defense lawyer, Mark Sutter right away. If you’re facing criminal charges, you may also be facing serious legal consequences including: large fines, felonies on your record or even a prison sentence. Sutter Law Group works by your side, offering legal counsel and communication every step of the way.
Many of his criminal defense cases involve DUI charges, drug possession, homicide, drug charges, aggravated battery, gun crimes, domestic violence, assault, felony charges and UUW charges. Since Mark was a former prosecutor in Cook County, he knows exactly how the opposing legal team will approach each criminal case. That, in itself, is a huge asset to any client Mark represents.
Furthermore, he is aggressive in the courtroom, highly respected by his peers and truly wants the best results for his clients. Clients from Chicago, Aurora, Naperville, Wheaton, Downers Grove and surrounding DuPage County suburbs give him one of the highest criminal defense lawyer ratings on Avvo.
Since each case is unique, Mark takes the time to understand his clients circumstances as well as the charges his clients may be facing. This means scrutinizing every detail of a criminal case so the results are the best outcome possible for his clients.
Sutter Law Group, in Oakbrook Terrace, has represented clients from all types of backgrounds, but most importantly, treats every one with candor and care. If you or someone you love is facing DUI charges, UUW charges, drug charges or other criminal charges contact Mark Sutter today for a free consultation. He’s available 24/7 to take your call at (630) 519-6900.
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THE FIRST PIECE OF ADVICE WE GIVE ALL CLIENTS
First of all, regardless of your circumstances, you have rights too. Before speaking with any law enforcement official, consult with and retain, an experienced Illinois criminal lawyer. They will help you develop the appropriate response to the inquiry. Even if you believe you’ve done nothing wrong, it is important to protect your interests.
While you may believe that you have done nothing wrong and have no criminal exposure, the investigating law enforcement agents may view things differently. Most of all, a skillful criminal defense lawyer will speak on your behalf and advance your position without having your statements used against you later.
Almost all criminal investigations begin with police officers and law enforcement agents going into the community to follow up on reports of criminal or suspicious conduct. As a result, an individual or business will receive an inquiry from a police officer, federal law enforcement agent or other government official. The inquiry may be in the form of a telephone call, personal visit at the door or in the form of a subpoena seeking testimony, documents, or both. So, it’s important to know how to respond to each of these situations. There’s no doubt you will have questions, so we’re patient and understanding. Feel free to visit our FAQ’s for some of the most common question we receive on state & federal criminal cases.
DEDICATED AND KNOWLEDGEABLE
Therefore, when you work with an experienced Illinois criminal defense attorney at Sutter Law Group, LLC, you have the assurance that your case is being handled by an experienced, dedicated criminal defense attorney. We work hard for the justice you deserve. The criminal attorneys at the Chicago & DuPage County law firm of Sutter Law Group, LLC have one of the best defense records in the State of Illinois.
THE ONLY CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER YOU NEED
In conclusion, a criminal defense lawyer with Sutter Law Group is the only defense attorney you’ll need. Sutter Law Group, LLC provides a complimentary consultation to all new and prospective clients. A defense lawyer will examine the details of your case then explain your legal rights and options.