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#CriminalLaw -#ViolentCrimes - #DomesticBattery - How Are Assault Charges Defined In Illinois?

In Illinois, assault is defined as when a person knowingly, and without lawful authority places another person in a reasonable apprehension of receiving a battery. Generally words, gestures or a communicated threat alone are not enough to constitute a reasonable apprehension.

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#CriminalDefense -The Biggest Mistake A Person Makes That Affects A Domestic Battery Case

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#CriminalDefense -The Penalties For Committing A Domestic Battery Crime In Illinois

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#CriminalDefense - How Does A Domestic Battery Charge Becomes A Misdemeanor Or A Felony In Illinois?

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#CriminalLaw - #ViolentCrimes

Being convicted or even just arrested for a violent crime can have lasting effects on your life and freedom. A conviction for a violent offense could cause a person to lose their right to vote or own a firearm. A felony conviction could stay on your permanent record for ever. Contact our Violent crime attorney in Illinois to make sure that doesn’t happen.

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#CriminalLaw - What Is The General Timeframe For An Expungement Case?

From the time you file a petition, it usually takes a few months to have the petition heard in court. However, if you are arrested in Chicago, it can take up to a year to have the case heard. That’s because they have many more cases than any other arresting agency.

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#CriminalLaw - What Are The Common Ways People Violate Their Probation Terms?

The easiest way to violate your probation is to get arrested on new charges. Other than that, what I commonly see are people who have conditions of probation that they just haven’t completed.For more information on Probation Violation In Illinois, a free initial consultation is your next best step.

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#CriminalLaw - What Happens If Someone Violates The Terms Of A Diversion Program?

The rules are the same for the special types of probation, sometimes called diversion programs, as for regular probation. Many times, what I want to do is buy more time, because people will frequently put off conditions such as community service.

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#CriminalLaw - What Are The Common Mistakes Committed After An #Arrest?

The biggest mistake after an arrest is to have the same thing happen again in a short amount of time. It sounds funny, but it does happen more often than we think. Another common mistake is we should never contact any complaining witnesses involved in our cases.

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#CriminalLaw - What Happens In The First 24 Hours After An Arrest?

After an arrest, the first question you probably have is how do I get myself out of jail or custody? This happens in one of two ways. For most misdemeanor offenses, bail can be set by rule of court.This means the jurisdiction where you were arrested decides how much money you need to post to get out of custody.

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