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The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys has recognized the exceptional performance of Illinois’s Criminal Law Attorney Mark Sutter as 2017 10 Best Criminal Law Attorneys for Client Satisfaction. The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys is a third-party attorney rating organization that publishes an annual list of the Top 10 Criminal Law attorneys in...
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Another Criminal Defense Victory for Mark Sutter and the Sutter Law Group. This story originally appeared online in the Chicago Tribune.
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Mark Sutter is a member of the Lawyers of Distinction. A nominating peer group recognizing the Top 10% of attorneys practicing in the United States.
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Guns and drugs in defendant’s vehicle.  Case DISMISSED!

Defendant charged with Possession of a very large amount of a Controlled Substance (cocaine) with Intent to Deliver (1.2kilos); Unlawful Use of Weapon by Felon (2 guns - loaded 9mm, .38cal S&W), along with various other additional charges and felony Class X counts.

Defense files multiple pretrial motions, attacking search warrants and probable cause.  Because of the outcome of these motions, the State did was not able to introduce certain KEY evidence at trial.  Ultimately, in the end of a long battle, our client was found NOT GUILTY on all counts!!

Outcome: NOT GUILTY!

Caught w Kilo of cocaine, loaded guns, and $300,000 cash. NOT GUILTY!!

Defendant charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliver, Unlawful Use of Weapon by Felon, and various additional counts. State's Offer: 15 years in jail. After rejecting the offer and taking case to a bench trial , client found NOT GUILTY on all counts!!

Outcome: NOT GUILTY

Defendant charged with Reckless Homicide and Leaving the Scene of an Accident Involving Death

Defendant was charged with killing a man while driving his vehicle in a reckless manor.  Defense provided significant mitigation and negotiated a sentence of probation for his client.

Outcome: NO JAIL TIME!

This news article originally seen online in the Chicago Tribune.
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This article originally appeared online at Northwest Indiana Business Headlines.  
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