Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C.

Joliet Office

815-666-1285

Plainfield Office

815-733-5350

Joliet Criminal Defense Lawyers

Joliet Criminal Defense Lawyers

Traffic, Drug Possession and Criminal Law Attorneys in Will and Grundy Counties

Located in Joliet and Plainfield, the Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C. serves the legal needs of individuals and Plainfield, throughout Will County, Grundy County, and Kendall County and the surrounding areas of Illinois. We offer the services of highly experienced Plainfield criminal defense lawyers who understand what is at stake and are committed of minimizing the impact these charges have on your life.

Aggressive Joliet DUI Defense Attorneys

Our aggressive, experienced litigators handle all types of criminal charges, including:

  • DUI
  • Theft
  • Sexual assault
  • Murder
  • Drug charges
  • Traffic violations

We provide sound representation for all types of misdemeanor and felony cases. We understand that even allegations of certain crimes can have a profound impact on your livelihood, reputation and standing in the community. We know that having a strong understanding of criminal law is not enough. Communication, case updates and a strong knowledge of court customs and procedures are important aspects to being a successful criminal defense attorney.

At the Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C. we believe that your case deserves personal, highly focused attention from an experienced lawyer. Our Plainfield criminal law attorneys know how frustrating it can be when you feel like you are facing a legal challenge alone. At our firm, you will get the honest answers, straightforward advice and dedicated representation you need. - Attorney Barbara Morton

Contact Us Today for More Information About Free Consultations

To discuss your legal needs with an experienced Illinois family law attorney serving clients in Will County, Grundy County, Kendall County, and beyond, contact our offices today.

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