Chicago Criminal Defense Lawyer, Robert Callahan and His Associates Succeed in The Courtroom.
During Robert J. Callahan’s 24 years of practice as a Chicago criminal defense lawyer, he has developed highly effective strategies and techniques that have helped him achieve success for his clients. His process, which focuses on hands-on investigation and in-depth research, gives him and his firm an advantage over the prosecution and other attorneys. Because of their proficiency, Robert J. Callahan and his associates have earned respect from their clients and a reputation for success in the courtroom.
Chicago is now part of the electric scooter nationwide revolution. Sadly, Only two weeks into the city’s new electric scooter pilot program, Chicago marked it’s first electric scooter related murder. On June 26, 2019, a 17 year old got shot and killed in Humboldt Park while riding on an electric scooter. It’s always a few […]
DO I HAVE TO SHOW POLICE MY ID? When the police ask something, anything, it’s not really asking, is it? If they ask you for ID, do you have to show it to them? Like most encounters with the police, that depends. Specifically on the type of police encounter and your relation to it. When […]
If you get charged with a crime, you’ve probably got a lot of questions. Am I going to jail? To prison? What’s going to happen to my record? How will this affect my job or my future? What are the consequences of this? But the biggest question thing you want to know is: What are […]
Cody Stilwell, the 21-year-old man accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend’s stepfather in 2014, was acquitted on Friday almost 25 months to the day after he was first arrested. The jury took less than three hours to come back with the not guilty verdict. Stilwell was shackled and led out of the courtroom, showing little emotion as if in disbelief that he was going to spend the Memorial Day weekend at home with his family. A family member of David Kennett II, whom Stilwell stabbed — he said it was in self-defense — began sobbing and needed help out of the courtroom. Tears were also shed on Stillwell’s behalf. Read Full Article on Digital Journal
How We Win Cases
First, we gather every single police report related to the accusation and subpoena 911 and dispatch recordings. Then, we go to the crime scene, take photographs, record measurements, and interview witnesses. After a thorough investigation, we listen attentively to our client’s side of the story.
The techniques we use are highly effective because they always reveal inconsistencies in police investigations. Mistakes, misconceptions, and even blatant lies are not uncommon are frequently exposed during our exhaustive research.
Our team understands that cross-examination requires intense preparation coupled with a well-thought-out and farsighted trial strategy. These efforts are implemented along with the expertise acquired from over two decades of courtroom experience.
Our process requires strong communication with our clients. We pride ourselves on being available and responsive and know that being on the same page aids in achieving desirable outcomes.
Attorney-client conversations give us the chance to put ourselves in our client’s shoes, but we don’t stop there. We also understand and analyze the case from the perspective of the police and the prosecution. This allows us to strategize from a multitude of angles and gives us an advantage for winning.
We are passionate about winning. We take on fewer cases, which allows us to devote the attention and meticulous planning needed to succeed.
If the Federal Bureau of Investigations has already questioned you, you may. The answer to this question lay in whether the FBI has reason to suspect you in the commission of a crime.
There could be a few reasons the FBI wanted to ask you some questions. These include:
General information – If you happened to be near to where a crime was committed, you may have some general, linking information which will help in their investigation. You may have nothing to do with the crime and are not even considered a suspect. But investigators often question everyone who may know anything.
Specific Information – Investigators may have uncovered your name in connection with a crime. They may not suspect you of anything, but may believe you have information useful to their investigation. You may be aware of this knowledge or not.
You Are a Suspect – Legally, investigators have an obligation to inform you that you are a suspect. However, this does not always happen, as attested by the numerous Supreme Court challenges along these lines.
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When choosing someone to defend your freedom, make sure you are able to contact that criminal defense attorney at any time and by multiple means. Robert J Callahan always makes himself available to those he defends. Call, email, text or chat with us. All information is confidential.
I had a fairly serious legal issue but was fortunate to be put in touch with Mr. Callahan. He is highly skilled, extremely competent and very attentive. I am what you would consider a high maintenance client who needed to be intimately involved in my case. Mr. Callahan always returned my calls, was proactive and committed to helping in win my case. He exudes extreme confidence and was always willing to go the extra mile. He even visited me in jail late at night, how many other attorneys would do that. Never underestimate the power of a good attorney. The state knows who the good attorneys are and they are far less likely to pursue a marginal case if they know who they are up against. For me, my felony case was dropped, I considered it a miracle. Don’t risk your future, go with the best you will be happy you did.
Abogado Penalista de Chicago
Abogado Robert J. Callahan
Si ha sido arrestado, si es buscado o se lo ha acusado de un acto delictivo o de un delito grave: ¡Comuní quese de inmediato al 312-322-9000! Podría enfrentarse a penas graves. ¡Robert Callahan es el abogado penalista de Chicago que lo puede ayudar! Puede conservar su futuro y proporcionarle la mejor defensa penal en Chicago y en los condados de Cook, Dupage, Will y Lake, y representación ante los tribunales federales de todo el país. ¡Comuníquese con Robert J. Callahan ahora mismo!