Peoria Child Abuse Lawyers

Peoria Child Abuse Lawyers

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Offenses against abuse and neglect toward children are taken seriously in Peoria

Over half of Peoria child abuse accusations are false, yet this crime has the highest conviction rate of any felony charge. An accusation of Peoria child abuse can start in a custody battle and lead to juvenile and criminal cases. An anonymous accusation of abuse can lead to the removal of your children, to criminal charges, to separation from your spouse, and ultimately a prison sentence. Your best defense is to understand the system you face and have the most experienced legal representation possible. At the Peoria law offices of the Wise Laws Team, we have been protecting the rights of individuals throughout Peoria facing false accusations of Peoria child abuse for over thirty years.


Decades of Successful Peoria Child Abuse Crimes Defense
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It is very easy to be falsely accused of Peoria child abuse or lewd acts on a child, but it is exceptionally difficult to be exonerated in court. Even though 50-60% of molestation or abuse charges are false, more of these trials end in the wrongful conviction of the innocent than any other type of Peoria criminal case. With widespread media attention often causing a state of hysteria, this highly emotional charge tends to destroy the ability of the system to handle such cases objectively.


Were You Arrested for Peoria Child Abuse?

In family situations, frustration can suddenly turn to anger, and anger can sometimes turn into physical violence against a child. The result can be an arrest for child abuse and the need for a Peoria child abuse attorney. More than 3 million children are reported as neglected or abused in the U.S. every year. Most of the abuse is physical or psychological. Three-fourths of those held responsible are parents.


  1. In homes with Peoria domestic violence, children are 15 times more likely to suffer from child abuse and neglect.

  1. Child abuse in Peoria can include physical abuse, psychological abuse, and sexual abuse. If you have been accused of any type of child abuse, you need an experienced Peoria child abuse lawyer who can investigate the charges.

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Peoria Assault and Battery Lawyer

Peoria Assault and Battery Lawyers

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Our Peoria assault and battery lawyers at Wise Laws have years of experience in most of Peoria. Providing effective representation to people charged with Peoria assault and battery. At Wise Laws Office, our assault and battery Peoria attorneys have been providing criminal defense to the citizens in Peoria for many years. We have now an impressive record of success defending people whom have been charged with various degrees of physical assault in Peoria.

Peoria Assault (the threat of injury)

Peoria Assault with a deadly weapon

Peoria Battery (the use of physical force)

Peoria Aggravated battery (use of a weapon, or battery resulting in serious injury)

Assault and battery (threatening and then using force to inflict injury)

Aggravated assault and battery in Peoria

If you are facing Peoria charges for assault and battery, you need an aggressive, experienced, and knowledgeable Peoria assault attorney. Thats what you will find at Wise Laws. We understand how things happen in the field. They understand how Peoria cases are investigated and tried. And they understand weaknesses in a prosecutors case.


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Peoria Aiding and Abetting Lawyers

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Peoria Criminal Defense Attorney representing those who have been charged with Peoria Aiding and Abetting in Peoria

Peoria Aiding and abetting is a criminal offense that people can be charged with if they assist to plan a crime or serve as an accessory during the Peoria crime. Even though people who are charged with Peoria aiding and abetting do not carry out concrete criminal offenses, they are committing an unlawful act purely by assisting or creating plans with the Peoria criminal offender. In the most common sense, aiding and abetting is the act of helping a person commit a crime and or avoid police after committing a crime. To be guilty of Peoria aiding and abetting, you do not need to have even been present at the time the crime was committed. You only need to have offered advice, insistence, or help of some sort that allowed the crime to be carried out. If you are suspected of aiding and abetting a Peoria criminal, it is important to seek Peoria legal help from an experienced Peoria criminal defense lawyer who can help you avoid a conviction. Even simply helping a person carry out a crime, or harboring someone who has committed a crime, can result in severe consequences such as jail time and/or fines. An attorney who knows and understands your rights will be able to protect you and may even be able to help you get the charges dropped before the case goes to court.


Have You Been Charged with Peoria Aiding and Abetting?

If you have been charged with Peoria aiding and abetting, you will want to obtain the services of an aggressive criminal defense attorney. Like all other types of crimes, aiding and abetting is punishable with Peoria jail time, fines, restitution, probation and community service. With the consequences being so tough, people need to do everything in their power to fight their aiding and abetting charges and to avoid conviction. The best way to do this is by working with a knowledgeable lawyer who understands the law and who has extensive Peoria criminal defense experience, like the Peoria lawyers affiliated with Wise Laws.


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21 shell casings found on two Peoria streets early Sunday

PEORIA — Peoria police found 21 shell casings after multiple gunshots were heard early Sunday on West Richmond Avenue and North Bigelow Street, according to a Peoria police report.

Just before 3 a.m. Sunday, police responded to a ShotSpotter indicating eight rounds had been fired in the 200 block of West Richmond Avenue, according to the report. Upon arrival, police heard a loud argument coming from a Richmond Avenue home. Police spoke to the resident, who said he had not seen anything but had heard two to three shots.

Police found a .410 gauge wadding in an alley between two Richmond Avenue houses, while a second was discovered at the edge of a lawn near the sidewalk. Four 9mm casings were found on Richmond Avenue, according to the report.

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