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Criminal Defense Representation in Lake County

Have you been charged with a serious crime? If so, it is important that you immediately contact an attorney. Working with a lawyer can make all the difference in the outcome of your case and provide you with protection against an unjust sentence. Attorney Albert L. Wysocki has more than 30 years of experience handling a variety of complex legal concerns, and he may be able to help you as well. If you find yourself facing any of the following criminal accusations, do not hesitate to retain the representation of an aggressive Lake County criminal defense lawyer such as Attorney Wysocki.

Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a very serious crime, and without the representation of an attorney, you could be facing restraining orders, jail or prison time and lose custody of your children. If you have been charged with this crime, contact Albert L. Wysocki today to speak with a criminal defense lawyer.

Drug Crimes

Drug crimes can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies and can be prosecuted at the state or federal level. Regardless of the specific charge you are facing, your penalties may be high. It is important that you contact a lawyer right away to help protect your rights.

Drunk Driving Defense

If you are convicted of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you will be forced to have your license suspended, face jail time, fines and restitution. In order to protect yourself and your future, you need to work with an attorney right away.

Federal Criminal Defense

Federal crimes are investigated by numerous agencies that could potentially include the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency, Drug Enforcement Administration, Secret Service, and the Internal Revenue Service. If you have been charged, or you know that you are under investigation, contact Albert L. Wysocki right away and retain trusted representation.

Felonies

Felony crimes are very serious complications, and if you are convicted, you could be facing time behind bars in a penitentiary and risk your life and future. The moment you are charged with a felony offense, you need to contact an attorney and begin working toward a desirable resolution.

Juvenile Law

Children and minors who are up against the Illinois justice system need to work with Albert L. Wysocki right away. Attorney Wysocki has years of experience handling complex juvenile crime cases, and he can fight aggressively to defend the rights of your child.

Sex Crimes

Immediately following an arrest for a sex-related offense, you need to contact an attorney. Mr. Wysocki will thoroughly investigate your situation and develop a personalized defense for situation. You can be confident that your case is in good hands when you work with Albert L. Wysocki.

White Collar Crimes

Have you been charged with a white collar crime? You need to contact an attorney right away. Albert L. Wysocki can develop an individualized defense for your situation and help ensure that your rights are protected. Contact the firm today to get started.

Working with Albert L. Wysocki

Are you ready to move forward with your case? Following an arrest, it is absolutely essential that you retain the defense of an aggressive attorney. Mr. Wysocki has years of experience providing outstanding representation to clients facing a variety of legal concerns, and he may be able to assist you as well. Albert L. Wysocki is proud to be a former judge, prosecutor, and chief deputy sheriff.

He can bring each of these unique legal perspectives to your case. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your future, rights and freedom, contact Albert L. Wysocki today and schedule a consultation with an aggressive criminal defense lawyer.

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