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Laws are what protect us and keep us safe, which is why the area of criminal law is plays such an important part in our society. Because there are numerous laws, there are also numerous opportunities to break them and be faced with a criminal investigation and, potentially, a court case. When and if that happens, it can be stressful and full of anxiety for you. Luckily, you have a legal right to a lawyer who can help guide and defend you throughout the entire process. At Wand Lee Wombacher, LLC, our criminal law defense attorneys are experienced in representing clients facing both felony and misdemeanor charges, including domestic battery and violence, rape, attempted murder, retail theft, assault, trespassing, and more. We’ve also defended those faced with traffic violations like driving without a license. If you have any questions about whether we can defend you, call us today!

Actual Defense Results Obtained for Clients of The Attorneys at The Law Firm of Wand Lee Wombacher, LLC:

• Not guilty jury verdict in a criminal sexual assault matter, where the defendant was facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 4 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.
• Not guilty jury verdict on behalf of a truck driver who was accused of operating an overweight truck. The not guilty verdict resulted in a refund of over $9,000 in bond money to the driver’s employer.
• Not guilty jury verdict on behalf of a young man charged with residential burglary. A guilty verdict would have required a mandatory minimum sentence of 4 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.>
• Not guilty jury verdict on behalf of a babysitter charged with aggravated battery of an infant, despite the State introducing evidence of an alleged confession. If the defendant were found guilty, she would have faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 6 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.
• Not guilty jury verdict on behalf of two individuals accused of aggravated battery of a police officer following an incident at a public festival.
• Not guilty by reason of insanity, following a bench trial, on behalf of a man charged with first degree murder.
• Not guilty verdict following a bench trial in a driving under the influence case where the defendant was facing a mandatory term of incarceration in the Illinois Department of Corrections if he were found guilty.
• Obtained a directed finding of not guilty, on behalf of a nurse charged with aggravated battery of a handicapped child.

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