Criminal Defense Lawyers | Serving Chicago, IL
Chicago Criminal Law Firm
651 W. Washington Blvd., Suite 205
Chicago, IL 60661
When you are facing state or federal criminal charges, contact Attorney Stephen L. Richards. His background includes over 75 felony jury trials, hundreds of bench trials and effective negotiations in thousands of other cases.
On a case-by-case basis Mr. Richards has the resources to evaluate all documents, forensic evidence and other relevant materials. This ability gives him the tools to handle high-stake, complex cases. He is an experienced criminal defense attorney who pays close attention to his clients accounting of the situation and occurrences that led up to their arrest. He provides clear, honest guidance to clients and their families.
Contact Law Office of Stephen L. Richards today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
White Collar Crimes
Call Law Office of Stephen L. Richards today at 312-724-6324 to arrange your free initial consultation.
People v. Anthony Johnson
After Anthony Johnson had twice been convicted of first degree murder based on accountability and had served ten years in the penitentiary, Stephen L. Richards won a straight reversal of his conviction and he was exonerated and released. Anthony Johnson's case is listed on the national registry of exonerations.
People v. Encarnacion Torres
After Encarnacion Torres was convicted of first degree murder, Stephen L. Richards won a reversal of his conviction in the Illinois Supreme Court based upon a violation of Encarnacion Torres's right to confront his accusers. On remand, the State dropped all charges and Encarnacion Torres was released.
People v. Leroy McFadden
In a jury trial, where he was represented by Stephen L. Richards, Leroy McFadden was acquitted of first degree murder and attempt armed robbery and released from custody.
People v. Corey Campbell
At a jury trial where Corey Campbell was positively identified by the alleged victim, Stephen L. Richards won Corey Campbell an acquittal for charges of attempt first degree murder and aggravated battery, Corey Campbell was released.
People v. Jerry Partee
After being caught with a gun and a Super-X quantity of drugs in his pocket, Stephen L. Richards won Jerry Partee an acquittal for Super-X charge of possession with intent to deliver cocaine and heroin.
People v. Dorian Thompson
In a jury trial where Dorian Thompson was charged with conspiracy to distribute narcotics carrying a sentence of life in prison, Stephen L. Richards won a judgment of acquittal.