People v. MA.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Client acquitted of domestic battery charge based on self defense MA was charged with domestic battery. Mr. Fiscella took the matter to trial and proved that MA was acting in defense of herself and her young child when she struck a member of her household. She was found “not guilty” of the charge.

People v. VF.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Client found “not guilty” of felony DUI following bench trial VF was arrested and charged with a class 2 felony DUI punishable by three to seven years in jail. At trial, Mr. Fiscella impeached several of the State’s key witnesses and VF was subsequently found “not guilty” of the charge.

People v. AA.

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

No license suspension for client observed with glassy/bloodshot eyes, slurred/mumbled speech, and a strong odor of alcohol on his breath AA was pulled over for going through a red light and weaving. The officers observed that AA had glassy/bloodshot eyes, slurred and mumbled speech, and smelled like alcohol. AA was placed under arrest and transported…

People v. CR

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Case dismissed for client charged with possession with intent to deliver prescription medicine CR was charged with possession with intent to deliver narcotics. According to the arresting officer, he witnessed CR pickup another individual in his car and the two purportedly engaged in a hand to hand transaction shortly thereafter. The officers stopped CR’s vehicle…

People v. JC

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Appeal granted for felony drug case JC was charged with possession with intent to distribute more than 400 grams of cocaine. In the trial court, JC lost a motion to suppress evidence, and JC was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison. Mr. Fiscella, working with other attorneys, was retained to draft an appeal…

People v. AT

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Client acquitted of felony retail theft charges AT was charged with felony retail theft from a large department store. The alleged thefts were purportedly captured on the store’s surveillance camera system. The matter proceeded to trial, where the store’s security personnel and law enforcement testified for the state. At the close of evidence, AT was…

People v. VW

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

Two guns suppressed from evidence and case subsequently dismissed The police responded to VW’s residence based on a call of domestic disturbance.  When they arrived on scene, they were told that there may be weapons in the house.  The officers began searching VW’s bedroom and located two guns that, according to the State, were not…

The Law Office of Timothy J. Fiscella Wins Acquittal for Client Charged With DUI and Drug Offenses

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

RELEASED: Sept. 23, 2013 CHICAGO – The Law Office of Timothy J. Fiscella recently succeeded in winning the acquittal of a client charged with driving under the influence, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of cannabis. According to court documents (Case Number: TB 704-146), the defendant, TP, was stopped by law enforcement for allegedly driving…

The Law Office of Timothy J. Fiscella Secures Case Dismissal after Evidentiary Hearing

Practice Area: Criminal Defense

RELEASED: June 18, 2013 CHICAGO – Evidentiary hearings are crucial to a strong criminal defense. This was true in a recent case, People vs. VW, when the Law Office of Timothy J. Fiscella challenged the legality of the search conducted in the case, ultimately earning a dismissal on May 17, 2013 after the motion to suppress…

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