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Self Defense shooting case Justified but for how long?
Self Defense shooting case Justified but for how long?

Johnson Law Group recently had the honor to represent a good man, who is a law abiding citizen and pillar in his community, against first degree murder charges. Many news articles highlighted the facts of the case and covered the trial that lasted three days. In summary, ...

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  • Self Defense shooting case Justified but for how long?

    Johnson Law Group recently had the honor to represent a good man, who is a law abiding citizen and pillar in his community, against first degree murder charges. Many news articles highlighted the ...

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  • How We Obtained a Not Guilty Verdict in a Child Sex Case

    We recently represented a client charged with Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse, a Class 2 felony offense, for which he could have served up to 7 years in prison. He was innocent. The allegation ...

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  • How Do Innocent People Find Themselves Charged with a Crime and Fighting for Their Lives?

    As defense attorneys, we have seen all kinds of cases, from the best to the worst, and everything in between. Recently, we had a client who was charged with Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse, a Class 2 ...

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  • Concerts and Music Festivals this Summer: Police Presence & Protecting Yourself

    As the weather warms up, the music gets louder. This summer promises to be one of music festivals and concerts throughout the nation and the State of Illinois. For example, Summer Camp music festival ...

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  • Bringing the Death Penalty Back to Illinois?

    On May 14, 2018, Governor Rauner suggested bringing back the death penalty. He got national attention as a result. This article will explain some of the history about the death penalty in Illinois, ...

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  • Five Counts of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse Dismissed with Prejudice

    On Wednesday, April 25 th , 2018, after Douglas Johnson’s strategic delay in jury selection, the State dismissed all five counts of Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse with prejudice. As charged, these ...

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