Successful cases, tried, litigated and negotiated by Miranda Law Office
Former Prosecutors and experienced attorneys defending you with priceless experience. Our lawyers have tried numerous bench and jury trials to successful outcomes.
Former prosecutors who have tried numerous bench and jury trials in this area of law. A DUI can happen to anyone and a conviction can have very serious consequences on your driving privileges
⦁ Miranda Law Office, LTD is dedicated to Defending you or your loved one’s rights to the fullest extent of the law. Miranda Law office is dedicated to providing you with honest, reliable and experienced attorneys who will fight for your rights from the beginning of the case, to the end. Honesty, hard work, dedication, trial experience and attentiveness are very important attributes and at Miranda Law Office, these are our trademark. Choose an attorney with experience, confidence and knowledge in the Courtroom, an attorney who is not afraid to go to trial. At Miranda Law Office, LTD, we Defend each Client, as we would defend our loved ones. A serious legal dilemma that may have consequences on your freedom, your livelihood, reputation and family is nothing to play with.
⦁ Trust our experienced attorneys in the following areas of law:
– Traffic- driving on a suspended/revoked license or driving without a license.
– Deportation Cases(Removability)
– Non-Contested Divorces
– Personal Injury
Our record speaks for itself. We invite you to navigate our site and you will be convinced that Miranda Law Office is the firm for you.
We offer flexible payment plan options and our first consultation is always free. We also Speak fluently in Spanish.
We offer services in Cook County, Dupage County, Kane County, Will County and throughout the State of Illinois. Specifically handling cases in Maywood, Cicero, Berwyn, Skokie and Rolling Meadows.
Former Prosecutors and experienced attorneys defending you with priceless knowledge and courtroom experience. Our lawyers have tried numerous bench and jury trials to successful outcomes. We have negotiated favorable outcomes on cases not taken to trial, and we have kept numerous clients out of jail who were facing mandatory jail time. From the day you walk into Miranda Law Office we will work hard and diligently on your case, and we be sensitive to the difficult time you are experiencing. We will guide you and defend you through the complex legal system. Criminal law is a very demanding area of law and very fact specific, one factor or factors can change the outcome of the case. We are here to analyze your case thoughrly.
We handle all types of Criminal Cases from
– Domestic Battery
– Resisting Arrest
– Obstructing a Police Officer, Possession of Cannabis, Possession of drug paraphernalia
– Criminal Damage to Property
– Criminal Trespass to Land/Property
– Reckless Conduct
– Disorderly Conduct
– All types of Drug cases
– All types of drug cases with intent to deliver
– Aggravated Battery
– Retail Theft
– Armed Robbery
– Residential Burglary
– Home Invasion
– Aggravated Kidnapping
– Aggravated Discharge of a firearm
– Unlawful Use of a Weapon
– Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle
– Attempt Murder
When your freedom is at stake make sure that your attorney is both attentive inside and out of the Courthouse and honest, we provide that here at Miranda Law Office, LTD.
The defendant was charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol which is a class A misdemeanor in the state of Illinois. Furthermore, a conviction of this offense would result in a suspension of the Client’s driving privileges. The Defendant refused to submit to a BAC as a result she was looking at a 12 month driving suspension. Having A valid driver’s license was necessary as she drove to work every day and could not sustain a conviction. The Defendant Hired Miranda Law Office Miguel E. Miranda to represent her. Mr. Miranda being an experienced criminal lawyer as well as a former State’s Attorney, thoroughly reviewed the case file and police reports and submitted a petition to Rescind the Defendant’s suspension. The Petition was granted and the case was set for a trial. The Miranda Law office attacked the police officers memory, observations, and procedure and the police officer’s testimony was insufficient for a finding of guilty and the judge not only agreed to rescind her suspension on her license but also found the defendant NOT GUILTTY of Driving under the Influence of Alcohol.
The defendant was charged with Criminal Sexual Assault. In Illinois this is the crime of rape and is a Class 1 Felony that is punishable by 4-15 years in prison as well as mandatory registration as a convicted sex offender. The Defendant, who was 21 years of age, was alleged to have forcibly raped his girlfriend’s 14-year old family member, while living in their home. It was the defendant’s position that this had never taken place and that the family just had a disliking to him and wanted him out of the picture. The Defendant in fear of going to prison and spending the rest of his life as a convicted sex offender, immediately hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel E. Miranda to represent him. A preliminary hearing was held in this case. A preliminary evidentiary hearing is a proceeding, after a criminal complaint has been filed by the prosecutor, to determine whether there is enough evidence to require a trial. The Judge must find probable cause in order to proceed with case. At the hearing the alleged victim testified and was cross-examined by Miranda Law Office, Miguel E Miranda. During the cross-examination Mr. Miranda poked numerous holes into the girl’s story. After the complaining witnesses testimony Mr. Miranda argued to the judge that the girls’ testimony was inconsistent and simply not credible. As a result of Mr. Miranda’s vigorous cross-examination the judge made a finding of no probable cause and the case was dismissed. The Defendant went home a free man without the fear of prison and without having to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
The Defendant was charged with Aggravated Assault to a Police Officer. In Illinois this is a class 4 felony that is punishable by 1-3 years in prison. According to the police officer he was responding to a call of gang disturbance, allegedly he encountered the defendant as he approached with an aggressive manner. The police officer then attempted to place the Defendant in custody in which the defendant allegedly attempted to aggressively defeat arrest. The defendant not wanting to go to prison and ruin his reputation as white collared citizen , hired Miranda Law Office Miguel E. Miranda, to represent him. This was a serious offense that needed to be handled by an experienced Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney. Mr. Miranda reviewed the case file and the numerous police reports, and developed a trial strategy. At trial the officer stumbled under vigorous cross examination by Mr. Miranda as he attacked the officer’s credibility. The Jury found the defendant NOT GUILTY claiming that officer’s statements were inconsistent and insufficient to find the Defendant guilty.
The Defendant was charged with Aggravated Unlawful use of a Weapon. This offense in Illinois is a class 4 felony punishable up to three years in prison without the possibility of probation. In this case, Chicago Police were investigating a shooting that had occurred the previous day. The police were given a general description of the possible shooter along with general area of where the shooting occurred. A Chicago Police officer observed the defendant walking down the street and instantly stopped him claiming that he fit the description of the alleged shooter. While questioning the Defendant of his whereabouts, the officer allegedly felt the outline of a pistol in defendant’s backpack, after searching the Defendant, the officer recovered a handgun from his backpack. In fear of jail time the Defendant hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel E. Miranda, to represent him. After thoroughly reviewing the file and police reports, Attorney Miranda came to the conclusion that the stop and search of the Defendant was illegal and filed a Motion to Quash, Stop Arrest and Suppress Evidence. A hearing was held on the motion and Judge agreed with Attorney Miranda’s argument that the stop and search of the defendant was without probable cause and violated the Defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights, which protects individuals from unreasonable search and seizures. The case was dismissed.
The Defendant was charged with aggravated Battery causing bodily harm and Vehicular Hijacking. An aggravated battery offense is a class 2 felony which is punishable up to 7 years in jail and a Vehicular Hijacking offense is a class 1 Felony which punishable up to 15 years in Jail. The Defendant was alleged to have beaten two individuals along with two other offenders and attempted to hijack one of the individual’s car. The Defendant in fear of going to prison and spending most his youthful years in jail hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel E. Miranda to represent him. In this case the Defendant professed his innocence and refused to take any offer from the State’s Attorney. After thoroughly reviewing the file and interviewing the defendant and witnesses, Mr. Miranda took the case to trial. At trial Mr. Miranda, cross examined the alleged victims and poked inconsistencies in their testimony. After the alleged victim’s testified, Mr. Miranda argued that witnesses were inconsistent and not credible, therefore the State could not prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt, the judge agreed and found the defendant NOT GUILTY.
the Defendant was charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol as well as driving without a valid license. Both cases are misdemeanors in the state of Illinois and if convicted could face a possibility of time in jail. Furthermore, this college student was facing a possibility of losing his opportunity to adjust his status in the United States if convicted of a DUI. The Defendant qualified for a memorandum known as Deferred Action, that was passed by President Obama that if accepted he would be eligible for a working permit. However, a conviction of a DUI would disqualify him and he would possibly face removal proceedings. In fear of losing such a great opportunity the defendant hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda for his case. This was a serious charge that he was facing that could result in life changing circumstances. The Defendant needed an experienced Criminal Defense attorney. After thoroughly reviewing the file and police reports, Mr. Miranda put a mitigation packet together and sent it to Cook County State’s Attorney Office. The mitigation packet is comprehensive of the defendant’s life history, pin pointing good behavior as well as other of the Client’s attributes. Mr. Miranda emphasized on defendant’s education and showed the importance of how a conviction would ruin his life dream of becoming an engineer. The state’s attorneys office after reviewing the mitigation packet agreed to reduce the defendant’s charge of DUI to a reckless driving and dismiss all other charges. The judge agreed and the client was able to file for Deferred Action and currently obtained a internship with Motorola and subsequently earned his Bachelors degree in engineering.
The Defendant was charged with aggravated Battery to a Peace Officer. An aggravated battery to a Peace Officer is a class 2 felony which is punishable up to seven years in jail. In this case Mont Prospect Police Officers responded to an anonymous complaint about loud music and minors possibly drinking. It was alleged that the defendant struck the police officers while trying to arrest her brother for Unlawful Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor. The defendant in fear of going to prison instead of enjoying her last year in high school hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda to represent her. Mr. Miranda after reviewing all files and interviewing the defendant and witnesses, he took the case to trial. Mr. Miranda vigorously cross examined all police officers that allegedly had been harmed by the defendant and developed inconsistencies with their testimony. After the conclusion of the officers testimony Mr. Miranda argued that the witnesses could not be believed or proof beyond a reasonable doubt was not present and the judge agreed and found the defendant NOT GUILTY.
The Defendant was charged with Aggravated Sexual Abuse to a Minor. This is a class 1 felony in the state of Illinois which is punishable from 4 to 15 years in jail without the possibility of probation. The defendant was alleged of fondling his girlfriend’s 11-year-old daughter. The girl claimed that she was in fear of the defendant and did not report the incident until weeks later. The Defendant was immediately placed into custody and was not given a bond. The defendant’s family hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda to represent him in this case. This is a very serious charge in the state of Illinois and the state had an overwhelming amount of evidence against the defendant. Defendant saw no hope in ever gaining his freedom. Mr. Miranda thoroughly reviewed the files and police reports and the first step Mr. Miranda made was successfully get the defendant out of Jail, on bond. Once the defendant was out on bond Mr. Miranda interviewed him and began plea bargaining with the state. Due to Mr. Miranda experience as a state’s attorney he was able to lower down the sentence from serving minimum of 4 years in jail to getting two years probation.
The Defendant was accused of 5 burglary charges, in the state of Illinois this is class 2 Felony which the defendant could face from 3 to 7 years in jail for each offense. Allegedly the defendant took a person’s phone and gold chain from her neck and fled by foot. According to the reports defendant repeated this offense four times with other victims around the area. The defendant was not a first time offender and had an extensive criminal record, which would have normally resulted in automatic jail time. Defendant in desperate need for an experienced criminal attorney to fight for his freedom, hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda to represent him. Mr. Miranda being an experienced criminal attorney thoroughly reviewed the case file and police reports and filed the necessary motions. Mr. Miranda requested a 402 conference and began plea bargaining with State’s Attorney. A 402 Conference is an open negotiating process with the judge, state’s attorney and defendant’s attorney, where all relevant information is brought to table in order for the Judge to give a recommended sentence. In the first conference, the offer was 4 years jail time for all counts. Defendant refused to accept any offer that would take his freedom away. Attorney Miranda again requested another 402 conference in which his experience as a former prosecutor came in handy. Mr. Miranda after a long conference he was able to convince the Judge to give his Client get 2 years of probation.
The Defendant was charged with Felony driving while license is revoked. Because it was not the first time defendant was arrested for such charge, he was facing a mandatory prison sentence. The defendant was parked in Credit Union parking lot when approached by Police officers. The officers accused him of throwing away garbage illegally. The Police officers informed defendant of the illegal activity and asked to see his driver’s license, the defendant informed the officer that he did not have a license and that it was revoked, he was immediately placed under arrest. The defendant’s freedom was at risk and he was in great need of experienced Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney to represent him. After interviewing many attorneys, the defendant hired, Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda to help him with his case. After thoroughly reviewing the file, police reports and interviewing the defendant Mr. Miranda took this case to trial. At trial, Mr. Miranda argued that the officer did not have the authority to arrest defendant while on private property because according to Illinois statue the Officer must observe an individual driving on a public road. The Judge found the Defendant NOT GUILTY.
The Defendant was charged with Driving under the Influence of any amount of Drugs which is a class A misdemeanor in the state of Illinois. Furthermore a conviction on this offense would result in a suspension of one’s driving privileges. When pulled over the defendant admitted to smoking cannabis and a cigarette butt filled with cannabis was recovered from the automobile the defendant was operating. The Defendant was caught with cannabis in his possession. In fear of jail time the Defendant hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda to handle his case. After reviewing the file and interviewing the Defendant Attorney Miranda came to the conclusion that the statute does not criminalize breath that smells like cannabis. Mr. Miranda demanded trial. At trial Mr. Miranda argued that the officer could not prove any amount of drugs in defendant’s breath, urine, or blood at the time of the arrest, therefore, there was not enough evidence to charge the client with a DUI. The judge agreed and found defendant NOT GUILTY of a DUI.
The Defendant was charged with Driving under the Influence of Alcohol which is a class A misdemeanor in the state of Illinois. Furthermore a conviction on this offense would result in a suspension of one’s driving privileges. The defendant refused to submit to a Breathalyzer test as a result he was looking at a 12 month driving suspension. To make matters worse the defendant’s career in education was on the line if a conviction would result in this case. With his career, reputation and freedom in jeopardy the defendant hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda to represent him in this case. After thoroughly reviewing the file and meeting with Defendant, Attorney Miranda came to the conclusion that the stop and search of the Defendant was illegal and filed a Motion to Quash, Stop Arrest and Suppress Evidence. At the hearing on the motion the Judge agreed with Attorney Miranda’s argument that the arrest of the defendant was without probable cause and it violated the Defendant’s Fourth Amendment rights which protects us from unreasonable searches and seizures. The Case was subsequently dismissed.
The Defendants were charged of theft of over $500 which is a class 4 Felony which is punishable up to 3 years in prison. The defendants allegedly were stealing work product and selling to outside customers for a much cheaper price. As a result defendants found themselves with no job after working for the company for over 10 years and a threat to their freedom. In need of an experienced Criminal attorney to defend them, they hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel Miranda to work on their case. In this case the Defendants professed his innocence and refused to take any offer from the Cook County State’s Attorney. After thoroughly reviewing the file and interviewing the defendants and witnesses, Attorney Miranda demanded trial. Due to Mr. Miranda’s advocacy for his clients, the state’s witnesses/Victims elected not to proceed. The judge had no other choice but dismiss the case.
The Defendant was charged with the unlawful possession of a License Plate which is a class 4 felony which carries a minimum one year in jail with a maximum of three. The defendant would buy cars at auctions, repair them and sell them, for a living. The defendant was transporting a vehicle he had just purchased when he was pulled over. The Defendant immediately hired Miranda Law Office ,Miguel Miranda to defend him in this case. Mr. Miranda reviewed the case file and police reports and began a plea bargaining with The State’s Attorney. Mr. Miranda prepared a lengthy memorandum outlining all the reasons why the defendant’s case should be lowered to misdemeanor. The State’s Attorney lowered the case to a misdemeanor and the Client avoided any serious potential immigration consequences.
the defendant was charged with Domestic Battery under the Domestic Violence statute. The Defendant’s wife had accused him of physically harming her due to a fall out between the couple and was demanding an order of protection. The Defendant in fear of going to prison and damaging his background, he immediately hired Miranda Law Office, Miguel E. Miranda to represent him. A hearing was held in the case. The Judge must find probable cause in order to proceed with an Order of Protection. At this hearing the alleged victim testified and was cross-examined by Miranda Law Office, Miguel E Miranda. During cross-examination Mr. Miranda poked numerous holes into the wife’s story. After the witnesses testified, Mr. Miranda argued to the judge that the wife’s testimony was inconsistent and simply not credible. As a result of the vigorous cross-examination by Mr. Miranda, the judge made a finding of no probable cause and the case was dismissed and the Defendant went home a free man.
Former prosecutors who have tried numerous bench and jury trials in this area of law. A DUI can happen to anyone and a conviction can have very serious consequences on your driving privileges, livelihood and sometimes freedom. A Felony DUI has even more severe consequences and you need experienced attorneys by your side.
Each DUI case is fact specific and very detailed. For example, did you blow over the legal statutory limit Of .08? Was there an accident? How many field sobriety tests were administered? Was a portable breathalyzer device used? Did you have a drivers license? Did you have insurance? Was there a fatality? Did the police have probable cause to pull you over? Did the police have probable cause to arrest you for a DUI? Were there children in the vehicle? Did you have a CDL license? This is just an example of the many factors a DUI case has.
At Miranda Law Office, LTD we will analyze each case and look at every single detail in your case to make sure that your rights are protected. Our record speaks for itself.
Believe it or not some traffic violations are considered misdemeanors and some felonies which carry a potential jail sentence. At Miranda Law Office, LTD., we have represented hundreds of individuals in the following traffic matters:
– Driving without a valid drivers license
– Driving on a suspended or revoked license
– Felony Driving on a Revoked or suspended license.
– Illegal Transportation of Alcohol
– Speeding Tickets
– And all tickets in the Illinois Vehicle Code
Turn to attorneys who are former prosecutors in the field of traffic law. If your license is revoked or suspended we will work diligently to spot the issue and try to get your driving privileges reinstated. Miranda Law Office, LTD. offers low prices in these types of cases. Our record speaks for itself.
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