Swanson & Sackett, P.C.


Swanson & Sackett, P.C.

Criminal, Divorce & Family Law, Accident & Injury,

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  • Language: English


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Jeremy Sackett

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Criminal, Accident & Injury, Divorce & Family Law

Jeremy Sackett is a native of Highland, Illinois. He received his law degree at Southern Illinois University, and his legal career began in the SIUC e... (more)

Work With An Experienced Firm
When you need legal guidance, it’s not enough to find a law firm that simply accepts your case. It’s important to work with attorneys who have concrete, substantial experience in their practice areas. That’s exactly what you’ll find at the Edwardsville firm of Swanson & Sackett, P.C.
Our attorneys, Michael J. Swanson and Jeremy Sackett, have built their careers on being successful in their areas of focus: for Jeremy, it’s criminal law, and for Michael, it’s family law. Both of them worked in the state’s attorney’s office as prosecutors in their respective areas, and they now make that invaluable experience available to people in Edwardsville.
Swanson & Sackett, P.C., can put your mind at ease by helping you understand your options. Please contact us to set up a consultation about your case. You can contact us online or give us a call at (618) 692-8225. We look forward to hearing from you.

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  • Spearman v. Blakely
    Practice Area: Car accident
    Date: Feb 01, 2016
    Outcome:  Jury verdict for roughly 3 times special damages.
    Description:  Our client was operating a scooter on a roadway. The Defendant pulled out in front of our client, striking him head on. Defendant's insurance company denied liability.
    Madison County Slip and Fall
    Practice Area:  Personal injury
    Date:  Dec 01, 2015
    Outcome:  Settled before trial for $150,000.
    Description: Client suffered injuries after slip and fall.
    People v. John Doe (Name redacted for privacy)
    Practice Area: DUI and DWI
    Date: Jan 26, 2015
    Outcome: Not Guilty after trial by jury.
    Description: Client charged with Driving Under the Influence of Drugs. After an accident, he was discovered with cannabis on his person and made admissions to smoking.
    People v. John Doe (Name redacted for privacy)
    Practice Area: DUI and DWI
    Date: Sep 04, 2014
    Outcome: DUI dismissed. Client plead guilty to a failure to reduce speed charge.
    Description: Client charged with DUI after crashing into historic town landmark. Highly publicized case in which the mayor publicly declared that client "would pay for everything."
    People v. John Doe (Name redacted for privacy)
    Practice Area: Criminal defense
    Date: Aug 26, 2013
    Outcome: Charge Amended
    Description: After hearing, Statutory Summary Suspension was rescinded. State agreed to reduce DUI to a lesser charge.
    People v. John Doe
    Practice Area: Criminal defense
    Date: Jul 02, 2012
    Outcome: Client pleads guilty and placed on probation. Bond County is particularly tough on meth charges and the fact that the client avoided prison was a victory.
    Description: Client charged with possession of Methamphetamine.
    People v. John Doe (Name redacted for privacy)
    Practice Area:  DUI and DWI
    Date: Jan 01, 2012
    Outcome: State dismissed the DUI. Client pled guilty to a speeding ticket.
    Description: First DUI as a defense attorney. After hearing on the Statutory Summary Suspension my client got his license back and his case dismissed.
Swanson & Sackett, P.C.
315 N Main Street
Edwardsville, IL 62025


315 N Main Street
Edwardsville, IL 62025

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