If you have been charged with a crime in Naperville, it is critical that you understand your rights and options. In fact, if you don’t understand how to navigate the criminal defense system and what laws are in place to protect your right to be found innocent until proven guilty, your case may be resolved in a manner that is not in your best interests.
At the Law Offices of Jonathan Minkus, our Naperville criminal defense lawyer can help you to understand the charges against you, and what steps to take to protect yourself. Contact Jonathan Minkus today for a free consultation.
You should make sure that you understand your rights when charged with a crime. While the list below is not inclusive, some of the most important rights that you have include:
These are just a handful of the most important rights that you have. Your attorney can help you to understand the above, as well as all other rights.
You may be wondering whether or not you need to hire an attorney for legal representation, especially if you have just been charged with a minor crime. The truth is that whether or not you are fighting a traffic ticket or felony charges, working with an experienced attorney improves the outcome of your case.
When you work with an attorney, your attorney will help explain:
At the Law Offices of Jonathan Minkus, our Naperville criminal defense attorney represents those charged with a wide range of criminal charges. This includes traffic offenses, weapons charges, felony charges, misdemeanor offenses, domestic violence, DUI charges, robbery, burglary, sex crimes, manslaughter, and more.
If you have been charged with a crime, you should not hesitate to contact us today. Our lawyer can travel to your location, including a jail, and will begin working on your case immediately. If you need legal representation and your future is on the line, please contact us by phone or online now.
Senior Partner Jonathan Minkus has successfully defended individuals charged with every conceivable criminal offense, from traffic misdemeanors to death-penalty eligible homicides.