Experienced DuPage County Property Crimes Attorneys
In Illinois, property crimes are among the most commonly prosecuted crimes. In this broad area of criminal law, consequences can range from probation to lengthy prison sentences. No matter what the charge, if you have been charged with a property crime, it is important to hire an attorney who is experienced in criminal defense. At Ramsell & Associates, LLC, our attorneys are skilled in handling property crime cases. With over 25 years of courtroom experience in DuPage County and throughout Northern Illinois, we know how to effectively protect the rights and freedom of clients who have been accused of property crimes. We are committed to obtaining the best possible outcome in every case we defend.
Our firm provides experienced and aggressive legal counsel and representation in all types of property crime charges including:
- Theft and Larceny
- Retail Theft and Shoplifting
- Auto Theft
- Receiving Stolen Property
Aggressive Defense of Property Crime Charges
At Ramsell & Associates, LLC, we know how to build strong criminal defense cases. We carefully investigate the circumstances of every case and work with our clients to create a strong defense strategy. Our attorneys are skilled in making Constitutional arguments to challenge the legality of the search and seizure of evidence against you. We pursue every opportunity to have your case dismissed or have the charges against you reduced. Unlike some attorneys who never see the inside of the courtroom, our attorneys are seasoned litigators who are always prepared to take a case to trial when necessary. Our reputation as aggressive criminal defenders benefits our clients in and out of the courtroom.
If you or a family member has been charged with a property crime, contact us to schedule a free case evaluation. Our attorneys will listen to you, examine the circumstances of your arrest and discuss how we can help protect your rights and your freedom. From our Wheaton office, we work with clients throughout DuPage County and the Chicagoland area at large.