Dui and criminal defense attorney and lawyer at the Law Firm of Dan Florey located at 7000 w 127th st palos heights il 60463. Lawyer Dan Florey offers a free phone consultation. Dan Florey will meet with you at a police station or jail cell if necessary. Dan Florey has won numerous criminal bench and jury trials. Call NOW for help!
Call 708-385-9021 to speak with Dan Florey immediately if you have been arrested for one of these serious state or federal crimes: • CDL / Commercial Driver’s License Defense • DUI / Drunk Driving • Domestic Violence & Battery • Drug Offenses – possession, trafficking, distribution, manufacture, importation, cultivation, sale and delivery of controlled substances such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, party drugs and prescription drugs • Drug Possession • Drug Sales & Trafficking • Expungement • Federal criminal cases • Illinois Secretary Of State Hearings to get back revoked driver’s license • Sex Offenses – rape, date rape, internet solicitation, or assault, second offense domestic battery • Suspended & Revoked Illinois Driver’s License • Traffic Tickets • Weapons or Gun Offenses – armed violence, aggravated use or discharge of a weapon • White Collar Crimes – extortion, embezzlement, money laundering, RICO violations, computer crimes, business fraud, identity theft, tax evasion
Criminal law attorneys represent people who are being prosecuted by the state or federal government for an act that has been classified as a crime. Crimes are classified as ‘misdemeanors’ (less serious offenses that are normally punishable by a fine like some traffic violations, petty theft, or possession of a small amount of marijuana up to one year in county jail) and ‘felonies’ (more serious offenses that warrant imprisonment of one or more years, such as rape, grand theft, assault and battery, assault with a deadly weapon, or homicide/murder).
In criminal law, the case is initiated by the state or federal government through a prosecutor rather than being initiated by the victim, as it is in civil law. Plaintiffs in a civil law suit only need to show by a preponderance of the evidence that a defendant is 51% or more liable (responsible) for the damages. But, the prosecutor in a criminal law case has to prove to the judge or jury ‘beyond a reasonable doubt’ that the defendant is guilty of the crime charged.