If you get arrested, Ari says:
If You Want To Walk, Don’t Talk

Before You Speak To The Cops, Speak With Arielle

Sometimes, Illinois police officers are more interested in getting an arrest than serving justice. This even extends to the interrogation room, where the police will pressure you into talking without an attorney present. Don’t be tricked. Remember what Ari says: “Nobody talks, everybody walks.” Do not work with the police until you talk to a lawyer. Ari’s approach is to challenge everything that the prosecution is claiming no matter what the alleged crime is. In many cases, authorities lack basic evidence and are unable to prove their accusations in court.

When you work with criminal defense firm Ari Williams Law LLC, you get a skilled and aggressive attorney who has been recognized by The National Black Lawyers as part of The Top 40 Under 40.

Hundreds Of Successful Gun Crime Cases

Having defended hundreds of clients from serious firearm and gun charges, Ari knows the tactics used by the district attorney’s office. She knows how to challenge their accusations and apply pressure to get penalties reduced and, if possible, get charges dropped. Some of the gun charges she handles include:

  • Murder
  • Attempted murder
  • Unlawful use of a weapon
  • Armed habitual criminal
  • Reckless discharge of a firearm
  • Aggravated battery

No matter what charges you face, she will be relentless in defending you. She knows what is at stake – your career, your family and your freedom – and she will use every tool she has to get you justice.

Defense From A Lawyer Who Understands

While growing up in Englewood on the South Side of Chicago, Ari witnessed the injustice that people of color face in the criminal justice system. She uses her extensive legal knowledge to protect her clients’ rights from charges such as:

  • Drug violations
  • Driving under the influence (DUI)
  • Suspended, revoked or invalid license
  • Driving without insurance violations
  • Traffic violations

If you have a criminal record, Arielle can help you get your past convictions expunged or sealed. This means that landlords, employers, creditors and members of the public cannot see prior convictions. Limitations on access to housing, education, licenses and bank loans that follow felony convictions are removed when your record is expunged.

Get An Attorney Immediately – Schedule Your Consultation Today

The sooner you hire Ari Williams Law LLC, the better. Law enforcement and the district attorney could already be gathering evidence against you. Call 312-820-2947 or send Arielle Williams an email to set up a confidential initial consultation.

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