Case Results

Bloomington Criminal Attorneys with a History of Getting Results

When you or someone you love has been accused of a crime, you want to make sure you are working with the very best. After all, this could literally be a life-or-death situation, and it is certainly going to be a life-changing one. How do you know whether or not an attorney is good at what they do? How do you know if they have the skills and knowledge you need?

There are all kinds of things you can look at, and they should definitely factor in. Do they handle your specific type of criminal offense? Have they received awards and recognition from their peers? Do previous clients recommend them? Are they experienced?

One question stands above all of these, however: what kinds of results have they been able to get for past clients – particularly clients who were dealing with the same charge you face?

When you work with The Prior Law Firm, P.C., do so knowing that we go into every case thinking about what we can do to get your charges reduced, dropped, or dismissed, and we will use every tool at our disposal to make that happen. Our attorneys are proud to share with you the fantastic results they have been able to achieve for clients over the years.

State of Illinois v. JM
Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance Case
JM was facing a potential felony charge of possession of a controlled substance.
NO CHARGES FILED
In June 2017, after hiring The Prior Law Firm, the State declined to file any charges against JM.
State of Illinois v. SB
DUI
SB was charged with driving under the influence of drugs.
DISMISSED
In June 2017, the DUI charge was dismissed and a petition to rescind statutory summary suspension was granted, allowing SB to keep his driver's license.
State of Illinois v. AH
Aggravated Battery of a Police Officer
AH was charged with aggravated battery of a police officer and with obstructing justice.
DISMISSED
All charges were dismissed in June 2017.
State of Illinois v. RM
DUI
RM was charged with driving under the influence of drugs.
DISMISSED
In February 2017, the charge against RM was dismissed and a petition to rescind statutory summary suspension was granted, allowing RM to keep his driver's license.
State of Illinois v. AM
Criminal Damage to Property Case
In April 2005, AM was charged with criminal damage to property in McLean County, a Class A misdemeanor. The charge resulted in a jury trial.
NOT GUILTY
The jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY.
State of Illinois v. HT
DUI Case
In 2005, HT was charged with driving under the influence in McLean County, a Class A misdemeanor. The charge resulted in a jury trial.
NOT GUILTY
The jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY.