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A Seasoned Criminal Defense Attorney Who Will Aggressively Protect Your Rights

Being charged with a crime is serious. It’s not the time to sit back and hope for the best, and it is also not the time to put your trust in a public defender. The only appropriate response is to fight back with the best weapon you can find: an experienced, aggressive criminal defense attorney.

At the Law Offices of Justin J. Sather, you will find a lawyer with more than 20 years of experience defending Illinois clients against all types of criminal charges. From the firm’s primary office in St. Charles, attorney Justin Sather takes a seasoned, aggressive approach to all of his cases. With a strong reputation in the legal community and a track record of success, the Law Offices of Justin J. Sather is a trusted name in criminal defense.

Defending Against All Types Of Criminal Charges

The firm represents clients who have been accused of all types of crimes, ranging from misdemeanors to the most serious felonies. Attorney Sather represents clients who have been accused of:

  • DUI and drunk driving charges: A conviction for a DUI has serious consequences. The penalties and fines for driving under the influence get even more serious with each subsequent arrest and conviction.
  • Drug crimes: Drug crimes can include possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to distribute, drug trafficking, cultivation and manufacturing. Drug crimes can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the type of controlled substance, the amount and the circumstances of your case.
  • Sex crimes: Attorney Sather defends against sex crimes, including sexual assault, rape, child sexual assault and possession or distribution of child pornography.
  • Weapons charges: Weapons charges can include illegal possession of a firearm, unlawful use of a handgun by a convicted felon and aggravated discharge of a weapon.
  • Theft crimes: Theft crimes can include burglary, robbery, petty theft and grand theft. They range in severity based on the amount of property involved and the circumstances of your case.
  • White collar crimes: White collar crimes can include fraud, embezzlement and identity theft.
  • Violent crimes: Violent crimes include assault and battery, robbery, violent sexual crimes, hit-and-run crimes, murder and attempted murder.
  • Juvenile crimes: If your child is charged with a crime, it can have a long-lasting negative impact on their future.
  • Traffic violations: It can be tempting to dismiss a traffic ticket, but depending on the type of violation and other circumstances, it can have a serious consequences.

With decades of experience as a criminal defense attorney and prior experience as a prosecutor, attorney Sather has an insider’s knowledge of crafting effective criminal defense strategies, no matter the facts and circumstances of your case or the severity of your crime.

What Should You Do If You Are Being Investigated Or Arrested For A Crime?

If you have been contacted by investigators who want to talk to you about a crime or, worse, have been arrested for a crime, don’t panic. Try to stay calm and remember that you have two important rights. You have the right to remain silent. Do not say anything to investigators, because anything you say could be used against you.

You also have the right to have an attorney. The sooner you hire an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney, the sooner you have someone on your side looking out for you. As a seasoned and experienced criminal defense attorney, attorney Sather will fight to protect your rights, freedom and future.

Schedule A Free Consultation With A St. Charles Criminal Defense Lawyer

The Law Offices of Justin J. Sather offers free initial consultations. These initial appointments are confidential, and you are under no obligation. They are a great opportunity to ask questions and let attorney Sather tell you more about how he can help you with your case. To schedule your free appointment, contact the firm by calling 630-395-7988 or sending the firm an email.