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Law Offices of Andrew M. Weisberg

Criminal, Felony, Misdemeanor, White Collar Crime, DUI-DWI

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Criminal, Felony, Misdemeanor, White Collar Crime, DUI-DWI
A CHICAGO DEFENSE ATTORNEY WHO KNOWS HOW THE OTHER SIDE THINKS

The Law Office of Andrew M. Weisberg is 100% dedicated to the practice of criminal defense in Chicago, Cook County and the neighboring suburbs. Mr. Weisberg does not dabble in other areas of law.... (more)

When You Need a Tough, Seasoned, Credentialed Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney with the Experience and Perception of a Former Cook County Prosecutor, Call Chicago Criminal Lawyer Andrew M. Weisberg

When you are in trouble with the law, you need a tough, seasoned, knowledgeable, and experienced Chicago criminal attorney who understands what you’re up against. Andrew M. Weisberg has all of these characteristics, as well as a command of the overall situation thanks to his depth of experience from both sides of the courtroom—previously, as a prosecutor, and now as a staunch Chicago criminal defense attorney. With nearly 20 years of experience handling criminal cases in Chicago, and hundreds of successful verdicts, Mr. Weisberg will uphold your rights while wielding a vigorous defense. When you need a defense that is smart, tenacious, and unrelenting on your side, you need the expertise of Chicago criminal lawyer Andrew M. Weisberg.

A Chicago Defense Lawyer Who Knows and Excels at Both Sides of the Law

A criminal conviction often carries with it a throng of potential consequences that can negatively impact your life forever. The risk to your future and your freedom is too great to trust anyone but the very best criminal attorney in Chicago that you can find. Whether you are facing criminal charges in Chicago forshoplifting, fraud, sex crimes, drug crimes, domestic violence , or any of the number of criminal charges that can be applied, be assured that criminal defense attorney Andrew M. Weisberg is a powerful ally in your time of need.

Chicago Defense Attorney Andrew M. Weisberg Defends Those Charged with Any Criminal Charge, including:

Assault & Battery
Battery
Aggravated battery
Domestic violence
Domestic battery
Drug crimes
Possession of Cocaine
Possession of Heroin
Possession of Cannabis/Marijuana
Felonies
Robbery
Sex Crimes
Criminal sexual abuse or sexual assault
Aggravated criminal sexual abuse or sexual assault
Predatory criminal sexual assault of a child
Prostitution
Theft crimes
Retail theft
Burglary
White collar crimes

To contact Mr. Weisberg for a case review, call his cell phone 24/7 at 773.908.9811. Your initial consultation is free. Call today to get the ball rolling in your favor.

Drug Crimes, Domestic Violence, Sex Crimes, Assault, Expungement, Theft, Shoplifting, Battery, Residential Burglary, Record Sealing, Probation Violations, Weapons Charges, Murder, Robbery, Resisting Arrest.

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"I came in contact with Mr. Weisberg after a rather unexpected situation I fell into. After much anxiety and stress I was very lucky to have been referred to Andrew. Andrew is not only sharp, experienced, professional, and of non judgmental character, but also someone I knew I could trust after a simple phone call. I would highly recommend Andrew to anyone who is looking for representation. Him being a former prosecutor and knowledge on law alone can go along way."

  5 months ago     David Murillo


"Can't praise Andrew highly enough. Professional, highly responsive, reassuring and got us the best possible result. It was great to have Andrew on our side. His experience as a prosecutor was extremely helpful as was his extensive network of colleagues."

  9 months ago     Emily Marshall


"The best and most caring attorney I have ever encountered."

  5 months ago     Caitlin Barlow


"Andrew couldn't have been more helpful throughout this process. He was always there to talk whenever I had a question. Just a top-notch lawyer!"

  11 months ago     Shaun Fleury


"I could not have found a better attorney. Andrew was very professional and understanding. I was able to contact him at any time in the day, if I had any questions or concerns. His experience as a former prosecutor really helped my case. He was able to get all charges dismissed. I would definitely recommend him to anyone needing a criminal defense lawyer."

  1 year ago     Matt Finke


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