• Former Supervisor, Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office
  • Experienced DUI and Criminal Case Representation in Skokie, Rolling    

   Meadows, and all courts throughout the Chicagoland area

  • Se Habla Español
  • First Consultation Free
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At The Law Offices of Gabriel J. De Matteo in Lincolnwood, Illinois, we offer knowledgeable, effective criminal and DUI defense representation throughout Chicagoland.


We are dedicated to providing you with honest, realistic, straightforward assessments of your situations. We strive to make sure you understand each phase of your case, so you can make informed decisions.

CRIMINAL CHARGES

If you have been charged with a criminal offense, it is very important that you find an attorney who has the knowledge, experience and abilities to represent you effectively.


Whether you have been charged with first-degree murder, sexual assault, theft or possession of drugs, you need an attorney who is skilled in defending clients in these cases.
You need an attorney who can assess all of the evidence and then determine when taking a case to trial is a better choice than accepting a plea agreement. We can defend you against your charges and expertly guide you through each stage of the legal process.

DUI

If you have been charged with DUI in Illinois you need to understand that driving under the influence is a crime even if you were given a traffic ticket or citation.


There are serious consequences to a DUI conviction. You could have your driving privileges restricted or revoked. Since the DUI laws in this state are very complicated, it is vitally important that you find an attorney that knows how to defend you.


Our firm has defended clients in matters ranging from first-time DUI charges to aggravated DUI charges that resulted in death. We are very familiar with DUI law, and we are ready to put our experience to work for you.

Don’t face charges alone. Contact us to schedule a consultation!

Disclaimer: The information on this site is for general information purposes only. No information should be considered legal advice for any individual case or situation.