Criminal Defense Law Firm

 

FORMER PROSECUTOR

 

I FOCUS ON THE WIN!

Attorney Wallace has Handled
Thousands of Criminal Law Cases

Proven Results Defending Against Criminal Charges

Your future should not be compromised just because you have been accused of a crime. If you have criminal charges pending, the first person you should reach out to is attorney Terrence J. Wallace. He knows how police will try to get you into saying something that will be used against you from the moment the interaction begins. With over 30 years of legal experience, he will never back down when faced with a challenge. He is a former Will County prosecutor which gives him unique knowledge of how the legal system works and how to prepare your defense.

Pending Criminal Charges Call For A Legal Professional

Terry Wallace represents people in Will County and Grundy County. He challenges petty misdemeanor, misdemeanor and felony charges. While he is an impressive and knowledgeable litigator, he is also highly skilled at negotiating with prosecutors to obtain the best possible outcome for his client. With his experience as a former Will County prosecutor, he knows how bargain and can fight for reduced charges and sentences, acquittals and lower penalties.

Attorney Wallace can help you with these charges:

  • State & Federal Criminal Defense

  • All Felony & Misdemeanor Charges

  • Aggravated Robbery

  • Aggravated Speeding

  • Armed Robbery

  • Arson

  • Assault / Aggravated Assault

  • Attempted Murder

  • Battery / Aggravated Battery

  • Bond Hearings

  • Burglary

  • Civil Rights

  • Check Fraud

  • Child Pornography

  • Commercial Driver’s License Violations

  • Credit Card Theft

  • DCFS Appeals / Administrative Hearings

  • Disorderly Conduct

  • Domestic Battery

  • Domestic Violence

  • Driver’s License Suspension / Revocation

  • DUI / Drunk Driving

  • Drug Crimes

  • Drug Cultivation

  • Drug Distribution

  • Drug Manufacturing

  • Drug Possession

  • Drug Sales

  • Drug Trafficking

  • Embezzlement

  • Expungements / Record Sealing

  • Federal Criminal Defense

  • Federal Drug Charges

  • Federal Sex Crimes

  • Felonies

  • Firearm Possession

  • Forgery

  • Fraud Defense

  • Gun Charges

  • Home Invasion

  • Homicide

  • Identity Theft

  • Jury Trials

  • Juvenile Crimes

  • Kidnapping

  • Leaving The Scene of an Accident

  • Misdemeanors

  • Motions to Suppress Evidence

  • Pre-Trial Negotiations

  • Preliminary Hearings

  • Prescription Drug Charges

  • Private Investigations

  • Property & Financial Crimes

  • Reckless Driving

  • Retail Theft

  • Robbery

  • Secretary of State Reinstatement Hearings

  • Sex Crimes

  • Shoplifting

  • Solicitation of A Minor

  • Speeding Tickets

  • Statutory Rape

  • Suspended / Revoked Driver’s License

  • Theft

  • Traffic Tickets / Violations

  • Violent Crimes

  • Weapon Offenses

What Should I Do If I Am Under Arrest?

No matter what the police say to you, invoke your right to remain silent. Police often try and gain suspects’ trust and convince them that their refusal to speak is going to worsen the situation. That could not be farther from the truth. As we mentioned previously, a cop can and typically will use anything suspects say to build a case against them. The only first person you should speak to before and after an arrest is a seasoned criminal defense lawyer who will protect your rights from being violated.

Defend Your Future, Name and Freedom - Call Now For A Case Evaluation!

If you are currently incarcerated, our team at Terrence Wallace will explain your options in person. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with attorney Terrence Wallace and start fighting your case.

© 2020 Terrence J. Wallace, P.C. - Attorney At Law