Chicago and Cook County have incredibly high murder and homicide rates – higher than most large cities in the United States. It is estimated that the number of murders in Chicago outnumber the number of U.S. troops killed in the war in Afghanistan. These numbers are shocking, and authorities take an accusation of murder or homicide very seriously. If you were arrested and charged with murder or homicide, then you could be facing the most severe penalties possible. A conviction for murder carries a minimum of a 20-year sentence, and the penalties may increase depending on the circumstances of the murder.
A murder case is relentlessly prosecuted, so you need to retain trusted and aggressive legal counsel. Investigators to the trial will cross-examine all witnesses, read thoroughly through police reports, and gather incriminating evidence to use against you in a court of law. When you work with Attorney Dry, he will quickly take action to review the evidence and examine witnesses himself and try to find a fault in the prosecution’s case. If your rights were infringed upon in any way during the investigation or arrest, then you and your Cook County defense attorney may be able to use this to your advantage. Through meticulous, detail-oriented investigation on your behalf, Attorney Dry will prepare an aggressive defense or help you enter into a plea bargain.Aggressive Representation for Your Case
After an arrest, it is important that you act quickly to retain the legal counsel of Attorney Fred Mark Dry. With more than 40 years of experience in providing his clients with outstanding legal representation, you can be assured that your case will be handled in a swift and efficient manner. He knows that it is his job to help determine if the government and prosecution can defend their case and if there is any questionable evidence, then he will quickly attack. When your future is on the line, you deserve to be aggressively represented. Contact the firm today to schedule a case evaluation!
Contact Chicago’s leading criminal defense attorney, Fred Mark Dry, and schedule a case evaluation as soon as possible.