About Joshua Adams
Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney
The Law Offices of Joshua B. Adams is a criminal defense firm which represents clients in both Illinois and federal court. We are dedicated to providing the best possible legal defense for our clients. We believe that communication with the client is key to any successful defense. At The Law Offices of Joshua B. Adams we pride ourselves on maintaining close, constant communication with our clients. With over 10 years of experience defending his clients’ constitutional rights, personal liberties, and freedoms, The Law Offices of Joshua B. Adams is the right choice for an aggressive legal defense.
Mr. Adams works closely with his clients to provide them with an aggressive, effective plan of action for a successful legal defense. Mr. Adams is licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois, federal District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois, Central District of Illinois, Southern DIstrict of Illinois, Northern District of Ohio, Southern DIstrict of Ohio, Western District of Virginia, as well as appeals all over the country, including the 8th, 7th and 6th Circuits.
Mr. Adams has successfully represented clients in a variety of criminal cases from state and federal drug and gun charges to fraud and racketeering charges. In addition, Mr. Adams handles pre-trial matters such as grand jury subpoenas and pre-indictment negotiations.
Contact a Chicago Criminal Lawyer
Law Offices of Joshua Adams
53 W. Jackson Blvd. Suite 1651
Chicago, IL 60604
Chicago Criminal Defense Areas
Josh Adams has successfully defended individuals charged with state and federal crimes in the Illinois area. Serious offenses, such as financial crimes, robbery and drug-related charges fall well within the strengths and abilities of Josh as a criminal defense attorney.
Below are some of the different areas of practice that the firm can assist you with.
These are often extremely complex cases. They involve careful study and understanding of an overwhelming amount of documents and the finer points of the applicable laws. These are strengths that I bring to your defense if you’ve been charged with a financial crime.
Charges under this heading include corruption, bribery, domestic violence, assault and theft. I’ve been able to expertly defend clients who have been charged with these offenses.
If law enforcement conducts a search of your home or car without proper authorization, your rights have been violated. In my practice, I’ve successfully defended numerous clients who have been charged with a crime based on illegally obtained evidence and have had success in suppressing this evidence.
ILLINOIS DRUG OFFENSES
As you know, these crimes can carry stiff sentences in both state and federal court. In most instances, gun cases carry mandatory minimum prison terms. They’re cases that are often subject to violations of an offender’s rights. For many years now, I’ve worked hard to ensure that over-zealous prosecutions don’t result in wrongful convictions.
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Josh Adams is a Chicago criminal lawyer who has successfully defended individuals charged with state and federal crimes in the Illinois area. Serious offenses, such as weapons and gun offenses need a serious and experienced Chicago criminal lawyer.
This is another area where laws and statutes are both very intricate and complicated. Knowing this, I have the expertise to grasp what’s necessary in order to arrive at your very best defense strategy.
A fair and proper trial is the right of every individual charged with a crime. When this right isn’t honored for any reason, an unjust sentence can be appealed. By careful attention to the trial record, I’m highly skilled in discovering any and all reversible errors that may mean the difference between prison and freedom.
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Lengthy and focused preparation is necessary in order to obtain a just sentence upon conviction. I’ve drafted and submitted a number of carefully written briefs that have persuaded state and federal judges away from unnecessarily harsh sentences.
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