Helping Parents Keep Children's Records Clean in Naperville
Are you the parent whose son or daughter has been accused of a crime? Is your child a high school, college or graduate student, or on the path to becoming one? Do they know the impact that a criminal conviction can have on their future?
They might not. At the law offices of Michael T. Norris, Ltd. and John W. Callahan, Ltd., we know that many young adults might not consider these types of situations a big deal. Because of this, they may not go out and get a lawyer for themselves. But you can help them to protect their future. You can get in touch with our student crime defense lawyers.
Call us at 1-877-335-6693 today to speak within minutes with an experienced Naperville criminal defense attorney and find out how we can defend a student against charges of a crime. You can also e-mail us.
Mike Norris and John Callahan, make a point of standing up for the rights of high school students, college students, graduate and everyone in between. With decades of experience on our side, we are available to help students accused of crimes in Naperville, Elmhurst, Addison and all of DuPage County, and the surrounding parts of Illinois.
Our team can provide defense in any case, including:
- Retail Theft
- Date Rape
- Assault and Battery
- Drug Possession
- Underage Consumption of Alcohol
You’re a parent. We understand that it is your job to be concerned about your child's future, even if your child isn't. You can count on us to work with you and your child. We know that a student being convicted of a crime can lead to a mark on a permanent record that can result in difficulty pursuing higher education, getting a good job and more. We will strive to prevent these things from happening.
We will strive to win. Especially in cases involving young adults who are just starting their lives, we consider our commitment to winning very important. We believe that accepting a bad deal that may leave an obvious scar on a student's record is just not the way to go. We would rather fight to pursue results that really matter.