Chicago Criminal Lawyer Firm Advises the Accused to Let Them Do the Talking

December 02, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Gruszeczki & Smith Law, LLP, a law firm based in Chicago, Illinois, has advised people charged with crime to keep silent and let them do the talking for them. The lawyers from the firm are experienced prosecutors and are familiar with police investigative methods, procedures, and the way in which the police testify in court. This is why they advise those who have been charged with a crime to remain silent and let their lawyers do the talking for them. The two criminal defense lawyers in the firm have more than a decade of combined experience and thus know how the prosecution will argue its case and how it will present the evidence during the trial.

Dustin Smith, one of the two criminal law attorneys at Gruszeczki & Smith Law, says, “If you or a loved one has been charged with a crime, our Chicago based criminal law firm can give you the help you need. Our attorneys know their way around Cook County so you don’t have to worry. Remain silent and call us, our criminal attorneys will do the talking for you. Pick up the phone and call our law firm 7 days a week at any hour of the day. Keep reading to learn more about our criminal law attorneys and schedule a free criminal case evaluation online.”

The lawyers at the firm are capable of defending their clients on various charges, such as DUI charges, drug charges, gun charges, traffic violations, and others. More information about the law firm and their areas of practice can be gleaned from their Google folder.

Clients of Gruszeczki & Smith Law may depend on them when it comes to traffic violations. For example, a person might be accused of driving a vehicle while his or her driver’s license is revoked and suspended. The lawyers at the firm can provide the client with experienced legal representation for the specific situation. There are a lot of times when drivers get pulled over by the police when they have no reasonable basis for stopping the vehicle. As former prosecutors who have worked with the police, they know what mistakes the police could make and use this knowledge for the benefit of the client.

Drug charges is another important area of practice for the two lawyers at Gruszeczki & Smith Law. A conviction for possession of illegal drugs or even the delivery, manufacture or trafficking of illegal drugs can result in the imposition of stiff penalties for the defendant. This can also have a negative impact on school applications and job interviews. Fortunately, the two former prosecutors can provide their clients with a distinct edge in court. It is possible that the police violated the accused’s constitutional rights when they tried to obtain the evidence through illegal searches and seizures. The lawyers have the knowledge and the skills on how to throw out evidence that was obtained illegally.

And then, there are the gun charges. Possession of an illegal firearm on the street can result into a mandatory time in the penitentiary. This mandatory time in prison will even be increased if the defendant already had a previous felony conviction. But just like with drug cases, in gun cases, the police may commit the mistake of violating the constitutional rights of the accused by getting evidence through illegal searches and seizures.

The lawyers at Gruszeczki & Smith Law can also handle other criminal charges. These include burglary, prostitution, assault and aggravated assault, battery and aggravated battery, domestic battery and aggravated domestic battery, theft, retail theft, robbery and aggravated robbery, armed robbery, vehicular hijacking and aggravated vehicular hijacking, kidnapping and aggravated kidnapping, and possession of a stolen motor vehicle.

Those who would like to know more information about the services provided by Gruszeczki & Smith Law can go to their website or contact them by telephone or through email. They can also check out their office location through the firm’s Google Maps page.

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For more information about Gruszeczki & Smith Law, LLP , contact the company here:

Gruszeczki & Smith Law, LLP
Dustin Smith
312-739-0500
info@gandslaw.com
Gruszeczki & Smith Law, LLP
33 N Dearborn St #1950
Chicago, IL 60602
312-739-0500

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