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FORMER JUDGE & FORMER PROSECUTOR

DEDICATED TO DEFENDING YOUR RIGHTS

OVER 40 YEARS OF COMBINED EXPERIENCE

SERVING CLIENTS IN DUPAGE & COOK COUNTIES

AGGRESSIVE CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEYS

SECURING THOUSANDS OF POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR CLIENTS

MISDEMEANOR & FELONY DEFENSE

FOR DRUGS, DUI, TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS, THEFT, & VIOLENT CRIMES

DuPage County Criminal Defense Lawyers

Criminal Lawyers Serving Oakbrook Terrace, Oak Brook, Elmhurst, and Throughout the Area

In the moments after an arrest, it is common to experience fear and hopelessness. Unfortunately, these types of emotions can cloud your judgment at a crucial time. As a result, you could make statements or comments to law enforcement officers that compromise your rights and potentially the outcome of your case. At McMahon Law Offices, our team is dedicated to protecting clients from the time of arrest, through to negotiations or trial, and beyond. If you have been charged with a crime, we are ready and willing to help.

Our law firm consists of former prosecutors as well as a former judge who are now committed to protecting the rights of those facing criminal charges throughout Illinois. For more than two decades, we have worked on behalf of clients with the following legal matters:

Defending the Rights of Clients in Illinois

The criminal justice system can be intimidating, especially if you have never been arrested or charged before. You do not, however, need to navigate your situation on your own. When you are facing criminal charges, you need representation from an aggressive attorney who will fight on your behalf. Our skilled criminal defense lawyers have helped many individuals with similar matters and are prepared to put our experience to work for you.

At McMahon Law Offices, we provide a high level of commitment to our clients. If you are looking for a lawyer with many years of relevant experience and one who truly cares about your needs, that is what we offer. Our lawyers take the time to listen to clients. We respect them and tell them the truth. Over the last 20 years, we have secured thousands of successful outcomes. We believe this sets us apart from other firms and places us among the top attorneys in the Chicagoland area. No matter what type of charges you are facing, we have the knowledge and skill to help you protect your future.

DUI Defense in DuPage County

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When you are arrested on charges of driving under the influence (DUI), your entire life is likely to be affected. You could be facing a lengthy suspension of your driving privileges in addition to serious criminal penalties. The experienced team at McMahon Law Offices is equipped to assist you from the very beginning. The laws regarding DUI in Illinois can be complex and offer prosecutors a number of options regarding the charges against you. Attorney Michael McMahon is a former DuPage County prosecutor and currently serves in a similar role in Downers Grove. Due to this experience, he knows how to handle such cases and understands the techniques and tactics often employed in the criminal process.

If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges of any kind, you need to take action right away. Contact our office to discuss your case. Call 630-953-4400 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation at McMahon Law Offices today. Our firm is proud to serve clients in Oak Brook, Oakbrook Terrace, Elmhurst, Westmont, and the rest DuPage County, as well as Cook County, Kane County, and Will County.

 

Our Extensive Experience

Attorney

The Honorable Cary B. Pierce is a recently retired DuPage County Judge from the 18th Judicial Circuit. For over 20 years, Judge Pierce served in the Domestic Relations, Civil, Criminal, and Traffic Divisions. Before he served on the bench, Judge Pierce was appointed by the Governor as DuPage County's Public Guardian and Administrator. He worked many years as both a Guardian and Guardian ad Litem in probate and family law matters. As an attorney and a judge, he has handled hundreds of contested criminal, traffic, civil, matrimonial, and family law related cases.

Judge Pierce is a former Deputy Public Defender, an Eagle Scout, and a former Deputy Clerk. Currently, he has entered back into private practice with McMahon Law Offices and continues to be an Adjunct Professor of Criminal Justice at the College of DuPage.

TESTIMONIALS

  • Professional, respectful and knowledgeable, honest from the first moment of our first discussion. He explained me every scenario with details and got the best possible outcome for me. I am totally glad he was representing me and I definitely recommend him as your attorney.

    - John

  • I am so glad that I contacted Mr. McMahon for help when I needed an attorney for my forest preserve violations. He was professional, kind, and most importantly did not judge me. He is clear and up front about the legal process and communicates what you need to do and what he will do for you.

    - Allie

  • Mr. McMahon helped me find a rehabilitation treatment center, he talked with me, made me want to turn my life around while I was facing serious charges: DUI, possession of uncontrolled substance, and more... I wouldn't be here without him. He gave me hope.

    - Satisfied Customer

  • I want you to know I did not like Mr. McMahon, I LOVED HIM. He believed in me and what I told him happened, he read the reports, and watched the video, and could see that my story was correct. And when he discussed my case with the Judge, they decided all charges should be dropped and found me NOT GUILTY.

    - Joanna

ASSOCIATIONS

Our attorneys are active members of local and state-wide legal organizations.

DuPage County Bar Association Illinois State Bar Association Illinois Prosecutors Bar Association

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