Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C.

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Joliet Felony Defense Lawyers

Joliet Felony Defense Lawyers

Will County Criminal Law Attorneys

If you have been charged with any type of felony offense, it is in your best interest to immediately contact a knowledgeable Joliet felony defense attorney. Anything you say to law enforcement or a prosecutor can later be used against you. A skilled lawyer can help you protect your rights and interests.

At the Law Offices of Tedone and Morton, P.C. we offer experienced guidance and representation when it comes to defending clients charged with all types of felonies in Plainfield and Joliet, as well as throughout Will County, Grundy County, Kendall County, and in the surrounding areas of Illinois. We know you may have questions and be concerned about how the criminal justice system works. We take the time to listen and address all of your concerns.

Our lawyers have experience handling felony cases involving:

  • Murder
  • Assault
  • Rape charges
  • Drug charges, including trafficking and manufacturing
  • Burglary
  • White collar crimes, including money laundering, embezzlement
  • Computer crimes
  • Identity theft

In some cases, we can effectively negotiate to have a felony reduced to a misdemeanor charge, which can drastically affect how much jail time and fines you can be subjected to if convicted or for the purposes of plea bargaining. Our goal is always to do everything we can to minimize the consequences of the charges you are facing.

We know how to challenge evidence that was not properly collected and question the veracity of witness statements. You can rest assured that we will work tirelessly to zealously represent you in and out of court.

Contact Our Plainfield White Collar Crime Attorneys Today

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

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