Case Results

Criminal and DUI Cases

Have you been arrested for a crime in Chicago, IL? Here at the Law Offices of Mitch Furman, I can protect your rights against the tough prosecution and fight to have your charges reduced or dismissed altogether. With over a decade of experience, I have ruthlessly defended my clients against even the most austere crimes and I work tirelessly to obtain the most favorable outcome. Whether this is your first encounter with the law, a probation violation, or a combination of criminal charges, I am prepared to defend you.

With my experience, knowledge and legal expertise, I will be able to build a strong defense on your behalf. My Chicago firm has a track record of success and a history of notable case victories that speak for themselves. I have been able to obtain numerous positive results for past clients. Check out my recent verdicts and case results and see for yourself!

  • Assault Charges - Not Guilty

    NOT GUILTY

    My client happens to be a prominent business man in Chicago who had a very unfortunate encounter with a hair salon after taking his children to get their hair cut. Once the cut was done and my client’s card was run for the charges and he left a cash tip. Upon getting home, he received a call saying that his card had actually declined, despite having received a receipt. The conversation escalated and the client finally offered to pay with a card over the phone, to which the person at the salon stated that they could not accept cards over the phone and he was ultimately threatened to say that if he did not return to the salon with a credit card to complete the transaction, that police would be called and he would be arrested.

    Having been put in a hostile situation, the client returned to the salon later in the day and parked his truck partly on the sidewalk, some 20 feet from the salon’s front door. The client entered the salon and, after a heated exchange with the person who called him, the client threw money on the counter to cover the $26 charge. The police were called and the client was ultimately arrested and was charged with Disorderly Conduct and 2 counts of Assault (one stemming from waiving his finger at the clerk and shouting, while the other was from having thrown the money, to which the clerk claims they were hit by one of the bills).

    The case went to trial and through our examination of the defendant, they were found Not Guilty on all counts.

  • Case Dismissed

    IL v. R.F.

    Aggravated - Felony DUI case dismissed at preliminary hearing.

    Result - Case Dismissed

  • Case Dismissed

    IL v. M.E.

    Unlawful Use of a Weapon case dismissed.

    Result - Case Dismissed

  • Charges Dismissed

    IL. V. R.B.

    Felony drug possession charges dismissed. DUI charges reduced to reckless driving. End result, no loss of driving privileges.

    Result - Charges Dismissed

  • Charges Dismissed

    IL v. S.A.

    Cocaine possession charges dismissed at preliminary hearing. Finding of no probable cause.

    Result - Charges Dismissed

  • Charges Dismissed

    IL v. C.C.

    Crack Cocaine possession charges dismissed.

    Result - Charges Dismissed

  • No Loss of Driving Privileges

    IL. v. D.R.

    Third time DUI offender charges reduced to Reckless Driving. Resulting in no loss of driving privileges.

    Result - No Loss of Driving Privileges

  • Not Guilty

    IL v T.M.

    3rd DUI, client is a fireman was facing jail, termination of his employment and revocation of his driving license.

    2 day Jury trial DUI: Result - Not Guilty

  • Not Guilty

    IL. v. J.G.

    Driver found not guilty following trial for driving under the influence of alcohol.

    Result - Not Guilty

  • Not Guilty

    IL v. E.P.

    Lab results successfully excluded from being introduced into evidence at the DUI trial. Lab results showed presence of a controlled substance in the blood of the defendant. As a third time offender client was facing mandatory revocation of the driving privileges and jail time. Following a bench trial the verdict was not guilty.

    Result - Not Guilty

  • Not Guilty

    IL. v. M.T.

    Second time DUI offender found not guilty after a trial. Client is a truck driver who depends on his CDL license to make a living. End result, no loss of driving privileges.

    Result - Not Guilty

  • Not Guilty

    IL v. B.M

    Following a bench trial defendant was found not guilty of the battery charge.

    Result - Not Guilty

  • Not Guilty

    IL v. M.B.

    2nd DUI. Client was facing jail time and a revocation of his driver's license.

    Bench trial: Result - Not Guilty

  • Not Guilty

    IL v. M.K.

    Client was facing DUI charges. The case however also included a video which was instrumental in showing the client's innocence.

    Result - Found Not Guilty

  • Not Guilty

    IL. v. B.S.

    DUI arrest following a car accident which resulted in personal injury and property damage to the vehicles. Client found not guilty, following a bench trial.

    Result - Not Guilty

  • Statutory Summary Suspension Granted

    IL v. M.N.

    Petition to Rescind Statutory Summary Suspension granted.

    Result - Statutory Summary Suspension Granted

  • Summary Suspension Rescinded

    IL v. A.C.

    Client was facing a Summary Suspension where the client drives for a living and was looking to lose his job.

    Result - Summary Suspension Rescinded

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