CASE RESULTS

A Chicago Defense Attorney with a Track Record of Success

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When criminal lawyers are trying to convince people to hire them, they point to a number of different things. A degree from a prestigious law school. Awards and honors. Published works. Media appearances.

All of these things can give you some idea of an attorney’s abilities. But in the end, only one thing really matters: their case results. You want to work with a defense attorney who can point to a track record of positive outcomes for clients, where they were able to minimize charges and penalties.

Chicago criminal lawyer Sami Azhari always strives to get his clients the best possible results, and he has had a lot of success doing it. Below you can see the results of some of our most recent cases to get an idea of how Mr. Azhari may be able to help you.

But he will not be able to help until and unless you get in touch. Contact us now and we will set up a free initial consultation to discuss the specifics of your situation, answer questions, and go over possible strategies. The faster you act, the more likely you are to get your charges reduced, dropped, or dismissed.

State of Illinois v. TW: Attempted Murder Case

TW was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol in Lake County. He was pulled while driving to a gas station following a wedding. He performed all field sobriety tests. Sami was a part of the trial team that defended TW on the charges. TW was faced with a conviction of a class A misdemeanor, as well as a revocation of his driver’s license. After a thorough review of the police reports and witness statements, jury trial commenced. Sami conducted a thorough, lengthy and aggressive cross examination of the arresting officer.
After two hours of deliberation, TW was found NOT GUILTY of driving under the influence of alcohol.

State of Illinois v. RM: Attempted Murder Case

RM was charged with a felony count of theft over $500 from his employer. The charge was a class 4 felony with a possible sentence of up to 3 years in prison. After a thorough investigation of all the evidence, Sami filed a motion to suppress RM’s confession. After filing the motion, Sami procured a reduced charge for his client. As a result of the reduced charge, RM was eligible for theft school, and ultimately the charges were dismissed.

State of Illinois v. DL: Attempted Murder Case

DL was charged with attempted murder in the first degree and aggravated battery with a firearm. DL was involved in an altercation on a car lot in Chicago. With the attempted murder charge, DL was faced with 31-55 years in prison, and with the aggravated battery charge, he was facing 6-30 years. After 3 hours of deliberation, DL was found NOT GUILTY of attempted murder.

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