Experienced Defense Of College Students
At Schwulst & Roseberry, P.C., our legal team provides comprehensive criminal defense representation for college students. We understand the serious consequences you could face due to misdemeanor and felony convictions. You could face an extensive jail sentence, expensive fines and other penalties. Depending on your situation, state and federal student aid could be lost and you could face discipline from the educational institution including suspension or expulsion.
Our legal team devotes necessary time, energy and resources to helping college students obtain a just resolution. We evaluate cases thoroughly to determine the best course of action. If we discover that you suffered a civil rights violation, such as illegal search or seizure or improper arrest we will fight hard to get evidence suppressed and cases dismissed.
We provide extensive criminal defense representation. We help students facing misdemeanor and felony charges. We have extensive experience defending against charges, including allegations for:
At Schwulst & Roseberry, P.C., we are committed to finding just resolutions. We understand that a conviction or incarceration can drastically affect your education. We will work hard to obtain alternative sentencing options, such as:
• Court supervision
• First-offender probation for drug crimes
• SCRAM ankle bracelet monitoring
Protecting The Rights Of Young Adults Since 1971
Criminal charges are a possibility for any Bloomington-Normal college student. Our criminal defense attorneys have more than 50 years of collective experience. They understand the serious situation your child may be facing. If your child has been charged with a crime, it is important that you seek advice and counsel from experienced lawyers.
Illinois has habitual offender sentencing guidelines. If your child accepts a guilty plea today, it can affect his or her future. Any subsequent charges could be elevated to felony status. We understand the importance of minimizing your child’s exposure today to help protect his or her future tomorrow.