Many violent crimes carry the potential for long prison sentences and the potential to lose your right to carry a weapon or vote. If you are facing one of the following charges, you need to contact one of our criminal defense lawyers in Springfield, Illinois immediately at (217) 414-8889 so we can answer your questions and explain your rights.
- Aggravated Battery
- Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer
- Aggravated Battery with a Firearm
- Armed Robbery
- Attempt Murder
- Domestic Battery
- Home Invasion
- Involuntary Manslaughter
- Order of Protection
- Reckless Homicide
- Resisting Arrest
- Second-Degree Murder
If you are accused of violent crime charges, hiring an experienced criminal defense lawyer is the best way to insure a positive outcome and avoid harsh penalties. The authorities ask for long prison sentences when prosecuting violent crimes cases. It takes aggressive defense strategies and effective advocacy to properly represent you in court.
Our lawyers have successfully defended Murder Cases, Battery and Aggravated Battery charges, Home Invasion charges, and Orders of Protection allegations in Springfield, Illinois and throughout Central Illinois. No matter what violent crime you are facing, the criminal defense lawyers at the Noll Law Office have the experience and skills required to handle your case.
Discharging a firearm at a person can be a split second decision which can have lifelong ramifications. Our office has successfully defended clients who acted in Self-Defense when they used a firearm or other weapon on an assailant. Our attorneys know the law regarding self-defense and have successfully applied it in Murder Cases, Attempt Murder Cases,Aggravated Battery Charges and other violent crimes. If you believe you have a valid self-defense claim, contact our Springfield Criminal Self-Defense Lawyers today for a free initial consultation at (217) 414-8889.
DNA Tests and Fingerprint Tests
Often times, prosecutors try to obtain DNA and Fingerprint evidence in violent crimes cases. The lawyers at the Noll Law Office are experienced with both DNA tests and Fingerprint Testing. Our criminal defense attorneys know how to analyze this evidence and use it to build a defense for our clients. Call our DNA and Fingerprint Criminal Defense Lawyers today at (217) 414-8889 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your rights.
Search and Seizure: Did the police illegally search you, illegally search your vehicle, or illegally search your home?
Our criminal defense attorneys investigate all of the facts and law regarding your case. Our lawyers review all cases to determine whether the police searched you, searched your home or searched your vehicle in accordance with the law. In some cases, if the authorities did not follow the proper procedures, the court is required to dismiss the case. Do you believe that the authorities improperly searched your home, your vehicle, or your person? Contact one of ourCriminal Defense Attorneys today at (217) 414-8889 for a free initial consultation to discuss your rights and possible defenses.
Noll Law Office Violent Crimes Results
People v. S.J. (2005)
S.J. was charged with first degree murder. Our office prepared for trial and presented an alibi defense that our client elsewhere at the time. This was corroborated by numerous witnesses. The state dismissed all charges against S.J.
People v. A.F. (2012)
A.F. was charged with two counts of Home Invasion. He was facing 6-60 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections. In addition, A.F. had a prior murder conviction. Our office did an extensive investigation at the early stages of the case and filed a motion for a speedy trial. The state dismissed all charges.
P.N. was charged with Resisting Arrest. He was a green card holder and if convicted, would have been automatically deported. Our office aggressively fought the case from the onset and all charges were dismissed prior to trial.