Attorney Chuck Bretz and our longtime client achieved a not guilty verdict in court following a bench trial. The police executed a search warrant and found our client in possession of heroin along with a digital scale and pieces of foil.
In Lorretta Holm, et al., v. Deer Lake Dam Association, Inc., et al., the plaintiffs sued multiple defendants on a theory of malicious prosecution. Plaintiffs claimed that they sustained damages due to their having been arrested by the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office based on complaints made by the defendants.
Attorney Chuck Bretz successfully defended a police officer charged with Domestic Battery while he was off duty. Bretz, knowing the charge and accompanying Order of Protection would severely impact the officer's ability to work and carry a firearm, moved swiftly upon being retained.
Chuck Bretz & Associates is proud to announce that after a week long trial and two weeks of deliberations, a Will County jury found our client not guilty of Murder, Attempted Murder and Home Invasion. Chuck Bretz and Neil Patel were successful in arguing that the client was not at the scene of the crime.
On September 13, 2014, several attorneys from Chuck Bretz and Associates donated free legal services as part of Sharefest. Sharefest is an annual event of sharing and caring for community and those in need and at risk.
If you've found yourself asking the question, "How do I get a Temporary Visitor Driver's License in Illinois?" Chuck Bretz & Associates has you covered.
Less then a week after our client purchased a Cadillac, the Joliet Police Department arrested her and tried to forfeit the car, claiming it was used to facilitate drug activity.
Chuck Bretz was given a special tour of the United Center by Jonathan Reinsdorf this week. Mr. Bretz is a long-time Bulls season ticket holder and was scheduled to meet Mr. Reinsdorf at the United Center to discuss business opportunities and real estate ventures.
Congratulations to Joel Murphy and his client in getting the key evidence suppressed in a Possession of Cannabis charge. Mr. Murphy successfully argued that during a traffic stop the officer illegally prolonged the duration of the stop. The result is that the search of a car was illegal, the evidence suppressed.
Chuck Bretz and Associates secured a not guilty to for a felony client, charged with two counts of theft. The client, who has several felonies in his background, was charged with stealing property from his job.