Being accused of any felony charge can be life-altering. Illinois law provides harsh penalties for a conviction of felony offenses. The real potential for jail or prison time often takes center stage. However, a conviction can affect your civil rights well into the future, including having an adverse impact on your right to possess a firearm, as well as future job, academic and military opportunities. To safeguard your rights, it is important for you to work with a skilled felony defense attorney.

We Are Proactive In Building Your Defense

The Law Offices of Johnson & Buh is a well-respected criminal defense firm that provides tenacious representation every step of the way. We do not wait for an offer from the prosecution. Preparing for trial is critical. We cut to the chase to build a position of strength from the outset. We leverage that strength to achieve the best possible results. Our lawyers have years of criminal law experience and have handled just about any felony charge imaginable, including:

  • Felony property and theft crimes
  • White collar crimes
  • Weapons charges
  • Violent crimes, including murder
  • Aggravated battery
  • Burglary
  • Sex crimes
  • Felony drug crimes
  • Felony DUI charges

Partners Peter Buh and Ken Johnson each have more than 20 years of experience in criminal law. But it is more than the number of years that count — it is how we use the knowledge we have earned, the energy we put into each new case and our drive to obtain results that matter most to provide the best criminal defense possible. When you work with our criminal defense attorneys, you are gaining access to trial lawyers who have honed their skills in countless courtroom battles. You can rest assured that we will fight for you.

Turn To Experienced Trial Lawyers For Aggressive Advocacy

The knowledge and experience of the lawyer you choose can make a difference in every aspect of your case. To speak with an aggressive criminal defense lawyer in Geneva, Aurora and Wheaton, call 630-282-4292 or contact us online. The initial consultation is free.