Champaign Criminal Defense Attorney
Experienced Trial Attorney Serving Champaign-Urbana
The attorneys at Patel Law, P.C. have the extensive criminal law experience necessary to defend your rights. Even though statistics show that nearly 90 percent of criminal cases are resolved through negotiation, you require a criminal defense team with actual jury trial experience to protect your rights. The criminal defense lawyers at Patel Law, P.C. have represented clients in more than 200 trials to verdict and have
defended tens of thousands of criminal cases. Therefore, you will be represented by an experienced lawyer who can explain your options and protect your rights at every stage of the process.
Attorney Baku N. Patel is a
former federal prosecutor and senior county prosecutor who has handled thousands of criminal cases and has personally tried more than 100 jury trials to verdict. In recognition of his experience defending numerous high-profile murder cases, he was certified by the Illinois Supreme Court as a member of the Capital Litigation Trial Bar to defend death penalty cases in Illinois. Should you retain a lawyer from Patel Law, P.C., you will be represented by a team of highly experienced criminal defense lawyers. All criminal cases are handled with a team approach, so the entire criminal defense firm will be defending your rights. Mr. Patel and his law team will utilize decades of criminal law experience to defend your case.
The Experience You Need to Protect Your Rights
With office locations in Champaign-Urbana, Danville, and Decatur, we represent clients throughout Central Illinois who face any and all types of criminal charges, including but not limited to drunk driving (DUI),
theft crimes, and
federal criminal cases. Our team is not afraid to take your case to trial and is experienced in the most serious of cases, including charges of
child pornography, or even
violent crimes such as
murder. We offer a free consultation to discuss your criminal case no matter what you've been charged with committing, so do not hesitate to call and learn what an experienced defense attorney can do for you.
No matter what kind of criminal charges you face, a conviction can have very serious consequences on your life both now and in the future. While many people focus on short-term consequences such as jail time or fines, the long-term consequences of criminal charges can be even more serious. Employers routinely conduct background checks on prospective employees, and a conviction on your record could make it much harder to find a job. A conviction could also affect your ability to rent an apartment or obtain a loan. Therefore, if facing criminal charges, it is very important to get a criminal defense lawyer with the experience to protect you at all stages of the criminal justice system.
At Patel Law, P.C., our goal is to resolve your criminal case with an outcome that minimizes the short-term and long-term consequences on your life. We will work for the best possible outcome of your case, whether that means negotiating a favorable resolution or defending you at trial. Facing criminal charges without the representation of an experienced trial attorney is not likely to end well, so be sure to retain a competent Champaign criminal defense attorney from the offices of Patel Law, P.C. We are not afraid to take your case to trial and fight aggressively in your defense.
Contact a Central Illinois Criminal Law Attorney
Schedule a free case consultation with Attorney Patel today by calling the firm toll-free at 888-341-0748, or complete our
online contact form to contact us via email. Our firm is prepared to fight relentlessly for the results you need. Call now for the representation of an exceptional criminal defense lawyer who will do everything possible to defend you from a wrongful conviction and harsh criminal penalties. Our team is prepared to take your call, so
contact us today!
Our Office Location
108 West University Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801
Patel Law, P.C. proudly represents clients in Champaign and the
surrounding communities, including
Urbana, Decatur, Danville, Macon County, Vermilion County, Lake of the Woods, Mahomet, Rantoul, Savoy, St. Joseph,