Chicago and Dallas/Ft. Worth Criminal Defense Lawyers
If you have been accused of a crime, the first thing you should do is hire an experienced criminal defense attorney. Facing a criminal conviction is an overwhelming and stressful experience. Any type of criminal conviction can have a significant, long-lasting effect on your future. Therefore, it is important to retain the services of a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. At Toro Law, we have years of experience representing clients accused of crimes throughout Illinois and Texas. It is our goal to protect your rights and come up with a defense strategy for clients charged with all felonies and misdemeanors.
There are many different types of crimes, and most can be divided into four different categories: personal crimes, property crimes, inchoate crimes, and statutory crimes.
- Personal Crimes - These are crimes committed against another person, resulting in physical or mental harm. Examples include assault, battery, false imprisonment, kidnapping, homicide, and rape.
- Property Crimes - These are crimes against property and do not always involve harm to another person. They are an interference with another person’s right to enjoy or safely use their own property. Examples of property crimes include larceny and theft, robbery, burglary, arson, embezzlement, forgery, false pretenses, and receipt of stolen goods.
- Inchoate Crimes - Inchoate, or incomplete crimes, are those that were started, but never completed. To be charged with an inchoate crime, the victim must be able to prove that the defendant took steps to complete the crime, which goes beyond simply intending to commit a crime. Examples include attempted robbery, solicitation, and conspiracy.
- Statutory Crimes - When a state or federal statute was violated, the person responsible may be charged with a statutory crime. Examples of statutory crimes include DUI/DWI and selling alcohol to a minor.
Do You Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer?
If you find yourself charged with a felony or misdemeanor and need representation, please contact Toro Law. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients facing a felony or misdemeanor conviction and are prepared to do the same for you. We understand that people make mistakes, and we believe in second chances. Regardless of the level of seriousness, we understand that any charges brought against you could be detrimental to your career, reputation, and life. We provide every one of our clients with aggressive representation and detailed analysis to ensure you receive the best possible outcome. To learn more about our criminal defense services for individuals in Illinois and Texas, contact experienced criminal defense attorney Moises Briseño and Associates at Toro Law immediately to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.
In addition to representing clients who are faced with serious criminal charges, we are also skilled at fighting the criminal sentence you are faced with through the appeals process. You may be able to file an appeal if your case was mishandled because of legal malpractice, or if valuable evidence was not obtained and presented at the completion of the case. Please contact our law firm today to learn more about how we can help you file an appeal. As a boutique law firm, we can give 100 percent to each of our clients. We speak fluent English and Spanish and encourage you to give us a call today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.