Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates LLC LLC Justice is what drives us For over 25 years, the award-winning attorneys of Mitchell S. Sexner & Associates LLC have fought on behalf of clients seeking fairness and justice in their everyday lives. Everyone has a right to be treated fairly. So when you choose to put your confidence in our legal team, we take that responsibility very seriously. We consider it an honor to advocate on your behalf and we will work tirelessly towards the successful result that you desire.
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Criminal Law and Your Criminal Law and Your Rights Rights From the moment that a person is first suspected of committing a crime until that person is later released by the court, the process of navigating the criminal justice system can be overwhelming. At every point along the way, there are specific steps and procedures that must be followed, and a failure to properly follow procedures may ultimately make the difference between a finding of guilty or not guilty; between freedom and incarceration.
What is a Traffic What is a Traffic Violation? Violation? If you have a ticket, you need a traffic lawyer today. Citations may not seem like much, but they can cause your insurance rates to rise, fines to be imposed, and even jail time in some circumstances. Even something as seemingly harmless as a speeding ticket can have serious repercussions on your driving record. The experienced team at Sexner & Associates LLC can help.
Who Will Be the Prosecutor on My Who Will Be the Prosecutor on My Traffic Violation? Traffic Violation? When you’ve been charged with a traffic violation, the prosecutor (who is the government attorney trying to punish you in court) may be either the State’s Attorney’s Office for that county or a local prosecutor. The State’s Attorney is usually the prosecutor and usually prosecutes all serious criminal and traffic cases, but not always. However, there are some limitations. For example, if a person has been arrested for what would be his third or subsequent DUI offense, before a local authority can charge it as a misdemeanor ordinance violation, they must obtain a release from the State’s Attorney’s Office. This is because a third or subsequent DUI under Illinois Vehicle Code provisions maybe a Class 2 felony or higher, punishable by imprisonment with mandatory periods of incarceration.
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