A Criminal Defense Attorney Who Fights For Your Future

When you are facing a serious criminal charge, your standing and relationships with your job, with your family and with your community can all change. At my law office, Adam D. Brown, Attorney at Law P.C., my clients are more than just cases to me. I care about their hopes, their dreams and their futures. I'm frequently able to deliver optimal outcomes for criminal defense clients, as I draw upon my background as a former assistant state's attorney for the Lake County State's Attorney's Office in Waukegan. Because I understand how the state might press its case against you, I can mount a vigorous defense of your due process rights.

I Understand How to Defend Against Many Types of Criminal Charges

My firm offers general criminal defense services, for an array of charges. I have worked as a defense attorney and a prosecutor within the state, so I am well-versed in the intricacies of Illinois law. The types of cases my law firm takes on includes:

  • Drug crimes, including possession and distribution
  • DUI offenses
  • Violent crimes such as assault
  • Sex crimes, including internet-based crimes
  • Theft
  • Traffic violations

I also serve as an education lawyer, and I can provide juvenile criminal defense services for underage clients, as well as represent them at hearings to address school disciplinary violations.

Defending Your Reputation and Rights in Domestic Violence Cases

If you have been accused of domestic violence, it is imperative that you speak with a lawyer with experience in defending clients against these troubling charges. Your freedom and your future are at stake, and even the accusations can complicate your life tremendously. A domestic violence conviction can negatively impact your child custody and visitation rights, your ability to lawfully own a firearm, and your ability to pass background checks for employment. I can examine the evidence in your case and help you discover options that may minimize or eliminate any potential negative repercussions.

Even After a Conviction, You Can Still Find a Fresh Start — Ask About Expungement

Have you already met your obligations related to a conviction? You may be eligible for an expungement of your criminal record. This option can help you move into the future without your past holding you back. Let bygones be bygones. My office can counsel you on how the process works and guide you step-by-step as you seek an expungement.

Discuss Your Case and Your Future Today

An arrest does not need to lead to a conviction in a great many cases. Discover your options. Call me, defense attorney Adam D. Brown at 773-355-4430, or complete the online intake form on this website.