Location: Woodridge, Illinois
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Marc Wolfe has been representing clients in criminal matters in Chicago and the entire State of Illinois for over 30 years. Mr. Wolfe has tried over 300 cases to verdict and represents clients facing investigation or prosecution for a broad range of state and federal criminal offenses, including murder, embezzlement, sexual abuse, drugs, marijuana and white collar crimes.
Mr. Wolfe graduated from the University of Denver and earned his law degree from The John Marshall Law School. He then began his distinguished career as a criminal defense attorney.
Mr. Wolfe will aggressively fight for your freedom and your rights. Mr. Wolfe believes that:
“In today’s society people may be charged with crimes they did not commit. The process is being abused and people are being bullied to do things they don’t what to do in the face of pressure. I provide good solid representation to overcome this pressure.”
When a client faces an investigation, Marc Wolfe protects his client’s rights and uses his formidable experience to prevent charges from being brought. When a client has been charged, Mr. Wolfe’s entire focus is on dismissal or acquittal of the charges, each and every time.
Marc’s philosophy and that of his firm has always been one of aggressive defense. The belief is that you are not paying us to agree to send you to jail.
In addition to being an outstanding criminal defense attorney, Mr. Wolfe is also rated a “Super Lawyer” in the practice of family law litigation in the Chicagoland area. With over 30 years of experience in this field (including child custody, support, maintenance, pre-nuptial agreements, and any contested divorce matters) Mr. Wolfe is the right choice for any contested divorce case. Over time this practice has expanded to include contested guardianship and estate cases.
Mr. Wolfe is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association where he serves on the Criminal Justice Section Council and standing Committee on Corrections and Sentencing. In addition he is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the DuPage County Bar Association. He is licensed to practice in both State and Federal Court.