Noll Law Office DUI & Criminal Defense Attorney Blog

  • Aug 29

    What Should I Tell My Lawyer About My Criminal Charge?

    First of all, generally, and this may surprise a lot of people, we don't ask the person if they're innocent or guilty. That's not our job. That's not our position. That's not our duty. That's the requirement of the jury. The lawyers at the Noll Law Office are skilled criminal defense ...  Read More

  • Aug 26

    What’s Involved in Going to Trial in a Criminal Case?

    Many clients want to know what's involved in going to trial in a criminal case. Whenever we are retained by a client we always have to assume we're going to trial. I say that because there are many attorneys, tremendous number of attorneys, who will say, "I'm a trial attorney. ...  Read More

  • Aug 22

    What Lawyers Deal With Fraud or Embezzlement Charges?

    Over the years we have, that is the Noll Law Office, has handled a number of fraud and embezzlement cases. They are everything from monies from banks, to private entities, to just outright theft of personal property. Generally, our experience is the sooner those are resolved, the better disposition we ...  Read More

  • Aug 20

    What You Need to Know if You Have Been Charged With Theft or Robbery

    The Sangamon County State's Attorney's Office has the ability to charge an individual with either theft or robbery. First we'll discuss theft. Theft can be a misdemeanor or felony offense and that is based upon the amount of money or value of goods that were allegedly taken. The cut off ...  Read More

  • Aug 15

    What Is the Legal Definition for a DUI?

    In Illinois, there are six separate charges that may be brought against a person for driving under the influence. The most common is driving under the influence of alcohol. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> The lawyers at the Noll Law Office are skilled criminal defense attorneys who emphasize communication and honesty. ...  Read More

  • Aug 12

    What Do I Need to Know About Drug Charges in Illinois?

    The first question, of course, is whether it's State charges or Federal charges. Those differ greatly in terms of how they're handled by our office and by the prosecution. The Federal Court grand jury will bring charges. State court generally with drug charges, a grand jury will listen too and ...  Read More