At the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba, we are dedicated to protecting your rights and achieving the best outcome on your case, quickly and efficiently. As a former Will County prosecutor, I have the courtroom trial experience you can count on. I have tried criminal cases ranging from a speeding ticket to first degree murder, and if you have been charged with a criminal offense, you want an attorney who knows your case from the prosecutor perspective. I know their strategy and the techniques to counter them.
Former Will County Prosecutor, Now Fighting For You
You want an aggressive criminal defense attorney that is going to fight hard for your rights. Hiring a skilled and knowledgeable trial attorney can make the difference in a successful defense of your case. For many years I served as an Assistant Attorney General and a Will County Assistant State's Attorney. I dedicated my career to the area of Criminal Law, and am now using my experience and knowledge to defend you in the battle for your freedom. Regardless of what you've been charged with, you want an attorney that is aggressive, knowledgeable and familiar with the criminal system, and one that has the skill to defend you at trial.
Don't delay in contacting our firm if you have been charged with DUI or any other felony or misdemeanor offense, including traffic tickets. Let our Will County criminal experience work for you. Our firm focuses on all criminal related offenses
If you have been charged with a criminal offense, our office has the criminal trial experience you can count on. You are presumed innocent and it is up to the state to prove you guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. As a former prosecutor and current criminal defense attorney, I know what will be required of the state, and I will put them to the task.
You need an aggressive criminal defense attorney. Contact the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba today if you have been charged with a criminal offense, including the following felony and misdemeanor offenses:
• Driving under the influence (DUI)
• Drug offenses - trafficking or possession
• Assault & Battery
• Juvenile crimes
• Guns & Weapon offenses
• FOID Violations
• Domestic Battery and Domestic Violence
Drug and Narcotics Offenses
Have you been arrested or are you under investigation for the possession or sale of illegal drugs? Do you have questions of whether the police can charge you with possession of those drugs? What if the drugs were found under the passenger seat of a car you were driving; or what if the drugs were in the trunk of the car? Do the police have the right to search you, your house or your vehicle?
These are questions that an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense drug lawyer can answer. As a former Will County Prosecutor, I have handled possession cases from a simple marijuana joint, to cocaine. If you have been charged with a drug offense, you want an experienced former prosecutor on your side. We represent clients in all drug related offenses, including:
• Possession of drugs or drug paraphernalia
• Marijuana, cocaine, crystal meth, and prescription drug charges
• Out-of-state residents arrested for drug crimes in Illinois
• Serious state charges (drug trafficking and conspiracy)
• Distribution and sale of controlled substances
• Minor defendants in juvenile court drug offenses
Joliet DUI DefenseAt the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba, you will have hired one of the most experienced and knowledgeable DUI Attorneys in Joliet. As a former DUI prosecutor in Will County, I have handled hundreds of DUI cases and know how to present the best defense for your case. The area of DUI law is complex and I can help you navigate the process.
Our firm can handle your other traffic violations as well. I have extensive experience with the following traffic offenses:
• DUI and Aggravated DUI
• Reckless driving
• Driving while license suspended or revoked (DWLS) (DWLR)
• Leaving the scene of an accident
• Fleeing and eluding
Joliet Illinois - Will County Gun & Weapons Lawyer
Illinois Gun Laws can be confusing, even to the law abiding citizen. As many of you know, you must first obtain a Firearm Owner's Identification Card (FOID) if you are going to purchase and own a gun. You are also required, however, to have that card in your possession even if you are transporting an unloaded firearm in your car. In addition to having the FOID card on your person, you are also required to transport that gun only in an enclosed case and in an unloaded capacity. Failing to follow Illinois' strict gun laws can lead to misdemeanor FOID card criminal charges or to more serious felony charges for Unlawful Possession of a Weapon.
Unfortunately, with so many gun laws, even the most law abiding citizen can sometimes get tripped up. If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor offense for gun possession or for failing to have your FOID card in your possession, you should contact one of our experienced gun lawyers to get an assessment of your case.
Don't take the chance, talk to an experienced weapons lawyer today. Gun charges are serious and can lead to the revocation of your FOID card and even jail. Our firm looks at every case to see whether the police had the right to stop and search you or the vehicle. If your rights were violated with an illegal search and seizure, our firm fights hard to suppress any statements or evidence. Our goal is to keep your record clean.
If you have been charged with any of the following, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney:
• Possession of firearms and handguns
• Firearm Owner's Identification Card (FOID) violations
• Knives or switchblade knives
• Concealed weapons by adults or juveniles
• Illegal sale or transfer of firearms
• Unlawful possession of firearms by a felon
• Other charges
You need an aggressive weapons defense attorney. Contact the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba today if you have been charged with any weapons offense.
Juvenile Criminal Defense
When a child is charged with a criminal offense it can be one of the most difficult things that a family can face. The realization that your son or daughter could receive a criminal conviction or worse can be very stressful.
At the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba, we understand the stress that this situation can cause and we are here to help. As your attorney, it is important to demonstrate to the court that your child is not a criminal, rather a young child who only used poor judgment. We represent clients charged with:
• Criminal trespass to vehicles or residences
• Theft or burglary
• School fights, assault and battery
• Illegal consumption by a minor (underage drinking)
• Possession of fake ID
• Weapon offenses
• Traffic offenses
• Drug possession
Joliet Driver Reinstatement Lawyer
You Need To Drive - Secretary of State Hearings
Is your license Revoked for a DUI? If so, you must attend a hearing with the Secretary of State in order to drive again. Don't go it alone. Our firm understands the process and the expectations of the Secretary of State. You want an experienced attorney to present your case. Our firm will prepare you for the hearing, and give you the chance to drive again.
Restricted Driving Permits
The First Step is Petitioning the Secretary of State for a Restricted Driving Permit. This permit will allow you to take back some control of your life. I know you are tired of taking public transportation to work and begging friends and family to drive you. YOU Need To Drive Again. Getting a restricted driving permit (RDP) is the first step to getting back your license. A restricted driving permit will allow you to travel to and from work as specified in your permit. Stop waiting for someone else to get you where you need to go. Contact The Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba for a Free Consultation (815) 740-4025, and get your driving privileges back.
Full Reinstatement of Your License
After receiving your restricted driving permit (RDP), you must wait nine (9) months before you petition the State to reinstate your full driving privileges. This is a separate hearing, independent of the previous hearing you attended for your restricted driving permit. Although it is a great accomplishment to be given your RDP, it's only half the battle. Our firm can help you with your hearing for the full reinstatement of your driving privileges. Contact us at (815) 740-4025. You Can't Afford Not To Drive.
At the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba, if we don't collect on your behalf, you won't owe us a dime. If you have been involved in a car crash or motorcycle crash, we are here to help. Contact the Law Offices of Jack L. Zaremba for a free consultation. We handle the following cases:
• Automobile and motorcycle accidents
• Wrongful death
• Slip and fall
• Worker injuries
• Medical malpractice
• Title searches and title insurance.
If you have questions about whether you need an attorney, or you need to get an honest assessment of your case, give us a call at (815) 740-4025 for a free consultation. Calls are answered 24 hours a day. We offer affordable rates and flat fees for most cases.