The Cook County Drug Crimes Attorney Sal Sheikh understands the impact that a conviction for the violation of Illinois Drug Laws can have on an person. In addition to the possibility of a long jail sentence, any felony conviction will make it difficult to get a job. Even a conviction for a minor marijuana charge will remain on your criminal record and will be viewed by prospective employers who may be unwilling to hire someone with a drug conviction on their record.
If your child is convicted of a drug charge, their ability to obtain government student aid or college loans may be affected for a period of time after they are convicted.
In addition, if you are not a citizen of the United States, a conviction for a drug offense may cause you to be deported and will never be allowed to return to the United States.
Because the impact of a conviction for a drug offense can have life-long and life-changing impacts on a client's life, Chicago Drug Crimes Lawyer Sal Sheikh takes each case seriously and works within the system to obtain the best possible result for you.
With the exceptional legal qualifications of Chicago Drug Defense Attorney Sal Sheikh, your Chicago Criminal Case will be fully reviewed and evaluated to determine the best course of defense to protect you.
In any criminal case, all evidence against you must be thoroughly investigated and all aspects of law enforcement procedure must be evaluated. Chicago Burglary and Robbery Charge Attorney Sal Sheikh can help. Law enforcement has strict rules regarding arrests, and if any of the proper procedures have been violated or neglected, this can create openings for court challenges. Successful court challenges can mean that certain evidence is suppressed. In many cases in the past, the charges have been dismissed or reduced based on incorrect law enforcement procedure.
We have represented people all over the State of Illinois charged with a wide spectrum of crimes.