CRIMINAL LAW TOPICS
At Bloomington Law Group LLC, we provide thorough and aggressive criminal defense services. No matter the charge, your case be handled from start to finish by an experienced criminal defense attorney whose only job will be to fight for you and ensure your constitutional rights are protected.
Charged with a DUI? You can get a general understanding of the nature of the charge you will be facing here.
Click here to view an overview of the various types of criminal charges in Illinois as well as the potential penalties associated with them.
Charged with a crime in Illinois? Call our Bloomington criminal defense attorneys today at (309) 808-2369 to discuss your case.
What are the attributes of a good criminal defense lawyer? One important feature of a good criminal attorney is that they keep up to date on new laws and the latest case law.
Most people picture lawyers learning the law in law school and then applying those same rules throughout their careers. However, contrary to what many people imagine, the law can and does change very rapidly. Our firm prides itself on keeping up to date on new developments in the law. Sometimes a new case is all that makes the difference for one of our clients.
It is difficult for families of special needs children to advocate effectively for their children. Emotions are high, the laws and regulations are difficult, and it is hard to stay calm and objective in the face of sometimes uncaring or difficult school experts, teachers and bureaucrats.
It may require one day or many long days to struggle through the administrative and judicial processes that are required to finally achieve the level of special education resources that meet your child's needs. Bloomington Law Group LLC is dedicated to serving you and your child.
“The denial of EPSDT services results in significant harm to children with behavioral or emotional disorders, including exacerbation of their conditions, deterioration to the point of crisis, and unnecessary institutionalization in violation of the [Americans with Disability Act].”
If you are charged with a crime, especially if you believe it's not that serious, you may be tempted to consider representing yourself. Be forewarned that such a decision may not be as straightforward as you believe and may, in fact, place you in unnecessary jeopardy.