Lawyer in Champaign: Criminal Defense and Immigration
Experienced ◊ Responsive ◊ Client-Focused
At the law office of John Wilkie, we provide a wealth of experience to people throughout east and central Illinois, having practiced in Champaign for over 23 years. We built our successful practice on a commitment to personal service and responsiveness. As a sole practitioner, attorney John Wilkie will handle all aspects of your case, working directly with you at all times. We strive to be available when you need answers to your questions, and will promptly return your calls or e-mails if we are busy with another client when you call.
We know that legal issues can be stressful, and we work hard to provide an environment where you can relax, knowing that your legal concerns are being addressed. You will find that attorney Wilkie, who plays guitar in his spare time, has an easygoing demeanor that will make you feel at ease. Though we take an assertive approach when representing you in court and other proceedings, we work to make our office environment as relaxing and welcoming as possible.
We focus our representation on matters involving:
- Criminal defense. We defend people facing all types of felony and misdemeanor charges, from drug or theft offenses to sex crimes, from assault and battery to homicide.
- DUI/DWI and traffic offenses. We handle all matters related to DUI/DWI criminal charges, from arraignment through trial or plea agreement and sentencing. We also represent people charged with traffic offenses, including individuals involved in immigration matters.
- Immigration and naturalization. We work closely with people seeking visas or green cards, whether through family-based applications or work-based petitions.
Contact Attorney John Wilkie
Contact us via e-mail or call us at 217-903-4166 (toll-free at 1-888-551-8087) to arrange a free initial consultation. We keep flexible office hours, and will meet with you evenings or weekends upon request. Our office is located above Big Grove Tavern restaurant in Champaign, at the corner of Neil and Main Street. Jail visits are available, if necessary.