To help our clients and their families to better understand the legal system in Illinois, what charges they face, and how best to combat a prosecution, Steven R. Hunter and his criminal defense team have compiled the most pertinent legal resources by charge. Please review resources by clicking a link below.
Federal Criminal Case Resources
Illinois Criminal Case Sentencing Resources
Chicago Area and Surrounding County Criminal Courthouses
Anticipating and understanding what a day in criminal court will be like makes it more likely that the court system will work to your advantage. From knowing where the criminal courthouse is to understanding whether you can bring a cell phone into court, we've assembled helpful information for criminal courthouses in Cook County, Will County, Kane County and other Chicago court locations.
- Cook County Courthouses - Get directions to Cook County courts. It's very important that you are not late for your case!
- DuPage County Criminal Court - This information about the DuPage County courthouses is intended to be helpful to anyone who is facing criminal charges in DuPage County.
- Kane County Courthouses - Charged with a crime in Kane County, Illinois? Everything you ever wanted to know about Kane County criminal court is just a mouse click away.
- Lake County Criminal Court - For criminal defendants in Lake County, here's everything you ever wanted to know about the Lake County criminal court system.
- Lake County Criminal Court - We spend a lot of time at McHenry County's criminal courts. Here are a few things you'll want to know about the McHenry County criminal court system.
- Will County Courthouses - If you are accused of committing a crime in Will County, Illinois, you will be summoned to attend court in one of the various courthouses across the county. Here's what you need to know.
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