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Attentive And Responsive Legal Advocacy
At the office of John M. Wilkie, Attorney at Law, we have extensive experience protecting the rights of people throughout east and central Illinois. We know that when you face a criminal prosecution or are involved in an immigration matter, you want and need quick answers to your legal questions.
We strive to be available when you need to talk with us, and will promptly return your calls or emails if we are helping other clients at the time. We recognize that every legal situation is unique and will listen carefully to you so that we can identify solutions that meet your specific needs.
Protecting The Rights Of Illinois Residents
We focus our practice on the needs of people with legal problems involving:
Criminal defense. We handle the defense of all types of
misdemeanors and felonies, including assault and battery, drug crimes, theft offenses, sex crimes, domestic violence and homicide. We understand the implications that a criminal conviction can have when you are seeking a visa or green card and will make certain that your interests are protected.
- DUI/DWI and traffic offenses. We represent individuals in DUI/DWI criminal proceedings to determine penalties. We look closely at the details of your arrest to ensure that there was probable cause, and that field sobriety and blood alcohol tests were correctly administered. We also handle noncriminal traffic matters, including speeding tickets and other moving violations.
Immigration and naturalization. We work with people who are seeking
visas or green cards, whether through family-based or employment-based applications.
We also handle residential real estate and personal injury claims, including workers’ compensation.
For a free initial consultation, contact us via email or call us at 217-903-4166 (toll free at 1-888-551-8087). Our office is located at the corner of Neil and Main, in downtown Champaign, above Big Grove Tavern restaurant. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. We will also travel to the jail to meet with you, if necessary.