Defending Clients Against Criminal Accusations

Facing criminal charges can be a frightening experience, especially when you are looking at possible jail time. If you have been accused of criminal conduct, it is more important than ever to have an experienced lawyer in your corner fighting for your rights.

At The Walker Law Firm, LLC, we will work tirelessly to defend your freedom and achieve your goals. With a decade of legal experience, attorney Martin N. Walker possesses the knowledge and skill to help you navigate the state's many complex criminal laws. He will listen carefully to your issues and explain your legal options in terms you can understand. Do not trust your criminal defense to a less capable law firm.

Broad Range Of Criminal Law Experience

Whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony charges, The Walker Law Firm, LLC, can help. We have experience handling a wide variety of criminal law cases in Illinois, including:

  • Theft offenses, including retail theft (shoplifting)
  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs (DUI)
  • Traffic offenses, including reckless driving and excessive speeding, among others
  • Marijuana possession
  • Assault charges
  • Battery
  • Unlawful possession or use of a firearm
  • Aggravated discharge of a firearm

At The Walker Law Firm, LLC, we believe in providing our clients with as much information as possible regarding their criminal charges. And, while we supply many answers to common criminal law questions online, there is simply no substitute for contacting us directly to discuss the specifics of your case. Only then can you truly make strategic and informed legal decisions.

Don't Delay; Contact Us Today

If you have been charged with a crime, contact The Walker Law Firm, LLC, as soon as possible to speak with a straightforward and trustworthy attorney. We offer FREE initial consultations, so call us today at 847-693-4687 or email us online. We assist clients throughout Lake County and the surrounding areas, including Waukegan, Highland Park and Gurnee.