Criminal Defense Attorney in Benton
A Client-Focused Approach to Defending Your Rights
Finding yourself in need of legal guidance for a criminal defense matter can be –and often is—stress-inducing. At Levanti Law, we aim to make the legal process as low-stress as possible. We handle criminal defense cases with dedication and compassion, putting your needs at the forefront of our work.
Call (618) 717-4409 to schedule a free consultation with our Benton criminal defense lawyer. We serve Franklin County and the surrounding areas.
Assault & Domestic Battery
If you have been charged with domestic battery, you face the possibility of enhanced consequences, such as having your Firearm Owners Identification Card (FOID) card revoked or being denied a FOID card in the future, as well as the possibility of having subsequent battery charges filed as a felony offense. If you are facing charges of domestic battery, it is crucial you have an attorney with the negotiation skills and knowledge of the law to help you reach the best possible outcome in your case. Contact Levanti Law today for a consultation with our criminal attorney and let us advocate for you.
Have you been accused of a drug related crime in Southern Illinois? If you are facing charges, such as delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, or any other drug-related charge, you need an experienced attorney on your side with the knowledge and expertise to effectively advocate for your rights. Clients may be eligible to come away from these charges without leaving a blemish on their record.
Theft & Burglary
Theft and burglary are serious charges. You could potentially be facing a hefty jail or prison sentence. If you have been charged with theft, retail theft, burglary, residential burglary, or possession of burglary tools, it is crucial you have an attorney who is not only well versed in criminal law, but also possesses the skills needed to effectively advocate for your rights in the courtroom. We have the experience you need.
Disorderly conduct may either be a misdemeanor or felony offense in Illinois. If you are facing a charge of disorderly conduct, contact Levanti Law today to see how we can help you.
Aggravated Driving Under the Influence
Driving under the influence can be enhanced to a felony offense in a variety of circumstances. Being charged with a felony DUI in Illinois can lead to a revoked driver’s license, high fines and court costs, a lengthy jail or prison sentence, and other serious consequences. Amanda Levanti is experienced with DUI laws in Illinois. She is knowledgeable regarding the burden of proof that must be met by the state in order to convict you of driving under the influence.
Resisting a Peace Officer
If you have been charged with resisting a peace officer, then there is a possibility you could be sentenced to jail time. You do not have to fight this charge alone. Call Levanti Law today to see how we can help you.