Glendale Heights Criminal Law Information Center
Highly Experienced Criminal Lawyer for Glendale Heights Residents and Glendale Heights Criminal Cases
Glendale Heights is in ethnically diverse village located in DuPage County. Glendale Heights has a population of approximately 35,000 people. Glendale Heights elected its first Asian mayor in 1995.
Until the 1950s, Glendale Heights had a population of only 104 people. In 1958, Midland Enterprises came to the area and started building homes on land they had bought from two farms located on Glen Ellyn Road north of North Avenue. The resulting residential building boom brought residents and tremendous growth to Glendale Heights. The Village became Incorporated in 1959. Glendale Heights held its first election the same year.
A little over 22% of the residents of Glendale Heights are Asian, making Glendale Heights the Chicago suburb with the fourth highest percentage of Asian residents.
Today Glendale Heights is a modern upscale community in the heart of DuPage County. The Village is primarily a residential community with a variety of shopping areas and businesses that make Glendale Heights an appealing residential community within a relatively short driving distance of downtown Chicago.
Glendale Heights Criminal Cases
All Glendale Heights criminal cases are heard at the DuPage County Courthouse, which is located at 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois 60187. The DuPage County court system is part of the 18th Judicial Circuit. All Glendale Heights felony criminal cases are heard on the 4th floor of the DuPage County Courthouse. The DuPage County Clerk of the Circuit Court, and the DuPage County State's Attorney's office, are also located in the same government complex as the DuPage County Courthouse.
Bond Court for all Glendale Heights criminal cases is held in Room 2002 of the DuPage County Courthouse. Weekend and holiday Bond Court for Glendale Heights criminal cases is at the DuPage County Sheriff's Office, which is located at 501 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois.
All Glendale Heights misdemeanor cases, such as Glendale Heights DUI cases, Glendale Heights Retail Theft cases, Glendale Heights Drug Cases, Glendale Heights Theft cases, and Glendale Heights Battery cases, are heard throughout various courtrooms on the 4th floor of the DuPage County Courthouse.
Most Glendale Heights Domestic Battery and Aggravated Domestic Battery cases are heard on the 4th floor of the DuPage County Courthouse. Some Glendale Heights Domestic Battery cases are heard on the second floor of the courthouse.
Glendale Heights is also the home of one of the Branch Courthouses in DuPage County. The Glendale Heights Field Court used to be located at the Glendale Heights Village Hall at 300 East Fullerton Avenue, Glendale Heights, Illinois 60139. As of February 1, 2017, the Glendale Heights Field Court has been relocated to the DuPage County Courthouse located at 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton Illinois, in courtroom 1003. The Glendale Heights Field Court House hears certain DuPage County Traffic cases and misdemeanor cases. The Glendale Heights Field Court also hears Municipal Ordinance Violations issued by the village of Glendale Heights.
Hire a Highly Experienced Lawyer for a Glendale Heights Criminal Case
Glendale Heights criminal defense attorney, James Dimeas, has spent the past 25 years representing Glendale Heights residents who are facing criminal charges. Glendale Heights criminal defense attorney, James Dimeas, concentrates his legal practice in the area of criminal law. His 25 years of experience handling criminal cases only gives him a keen understanding of how serious the implications are with facing criminal charges. In today's competitive job environment, James Dimeas understands how important it is to pass a background search. If a criminal charge appears in a background search, it is highly unlikely that you will be able to get a job. James Dimeas will use his 25 years of experience handling criminal cases to make sure your criminal record stays clean and you can move on with your life.
The over 25 years of experience in only handling criminal cases gives Glendale Heights criminal defense lawyer, James Dimeas, the unique understanding of how the criminal justice system operates in DuPage County. While the criminal laws in Illinois are all the same, the way the criminal court system operates in each County varies from county to county. James Dimeas is highly experienced with handling criminal cases in DuPage County. James Dimeas has handled thousands of cases in DuPage County. He knows his way around the courthouse and is well-known and highly respected by all the lawyers and judges in DuPage County. James Dimeas knows how to get things done in DuPage County!
Experienced Award-Winning Criminal Defense Attorney for Glendale Heights Criminal Cases
Glendale Heights criminal defense attorney, James Dimeas, is a nationally-recognized, award-winning criminal defense attorney. Recently, James Dimeas was named a "Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyer In the State of Illinois For the Year 2018" by the American Society of Legal Advocates. James Dimeas has been named a "Best DUI Attorney." The National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys awarded James Dimeas the "Top 10 Attorney Award for the State of Illinois." Expertise named James Dimeas a "Best Criminal Defense Lawyer in Chicago." The National Trial Lawyers have named James Dimeas a "Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer." The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys have recognized James Dimeas as a "10 Best Attorney for Client Satisfaction." AVVO rates James Dimeas as "Superb", the highest rating possible for any criminal defense lawyer in the United States.
Glendale Heights criminal defense lawyer, James Dimeas, has an office conveniently located within a short driving distance of Glendale Heights and the DuPage County Courthouse. James Dimeas resides nearby and is active in the community. James Dimeas is well-known and respected in the area and is frequently and regularly at the DuPage County Courthouse handling criminal cases.
If you are facing criminal charges and need to speak to an attorney, you can contact James Dimeas anytime for a free and confidential consultation. You can always talk to James Dimeas directly by calling him at 847-807-7405 for a personal consultation.