Chicago Residents Can Now Get A Professional Robbery Criminal Law Lawyer by The Law Offices of Purav Bhatt

People facing robbery charges in Chicago can get the best representation by The Law Offices of Purav Bhatt. The law firm has announced that their criminal law lawyer services are aimed at giving the best representation to people in Chicago and the surrounding areas.

According to The Law Offices of Purav Bhatt website, “Robbery is prosecuted very severely in Illinois. This is because, unlike burglary or theft, a robbery involves a certain level of threat to a person, the use of a weapon or an injury suffered during the commission of the robbery. Because of these factors, the penalties for robbery offenses are severe and can alter one’s life for years, decades or a lifetime. There are several ways a person can be charged with robbery and all robbery charges are felonies and therefore carry lengthy prison sentences and large financial penalties. In Illinois, robbery charges are prosecuted under Illinois statutes 720 ILCS 5/18-1 and 720 ILCS 5/18-2. Robbery charges usually fall under one of three categories including: Robbery, Aggravated Robbery and Armed Robbery.”

About The Law Offices of Purav Bhatt

At The Law Offices of Purav Bhatt clients get professional representation handled by experienced attorneys. The trial lawyers at Purav Bhatt offer the most effective criminal defense. The layers understand the importance of criminal defense in Chicago. The law firm aims at getting the best results in all the cases they handle and the leader, Mr Bhatt is a professional attorney with vast experience in criminal law. Clients will get the attention they need to make sure that all the details are clear and that the defense attorney knows how to approach the case to get the best results.

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For more information about The Law Office of Purav Bhatt, contact the company here:

The Law Office of Purav Bhatt
Purav Bhatt
(773) 791-9682
PBhatt@bhattchicagodefenselaw.com/
1655 S Blue Island Ave #312, Chicago, IL 60608

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