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The Village of Roselle is a residential community that is in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. Roselle was incorporated in 1922. Most of Roselle is in DuPage County. The remaining part of Roselle is in Cook County. According to the 2010 census, Roselle had a population of almost 23,000 people. The main arterial roads that go through Roselle are Irving Park Road, which goes East and West, and Roselle Road, which goes North and South through the Village.  The Village of Roselle is located close to Schaumburg to the north, and Bloomingdale to the South.  Roselle has a Metra train line that provides daily commuter rail service between Elgin and Downtown Chicago's Union Train Station.  The Elgin/O’Hare toll road passes through Roselle.  The Elgin/O’Hare toll road will provide direct access to O’Hare Airport in the coming years.

Roselle began to be settled in 1830 when the Meacham Brothers settled into the area. In 1860, a local businessman opened the Illinois Linen Company at what is now the corner of Roselle Road and Irving Park Road. The same local businessman was the president of the Chicago and Pacific Railroad Company and convinced authorities that a train line should be built through Roselle and Wood Dale. The Village of Roselle was named after the name given to the train line.

Roselle Criminal Cases-DuPage County

Since most of the Village of Roselle is located within DuPage County, most Roselle criminal cases are heard at the DuPage County Courthouse. DuPage County is part of the 18th Judicial Circuit. The DuPage County Courthouse is located at 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois 60187. Most Roselle criminal cases at the DuPage County Courthouse are heard on the fourth floor of the building. A few Roselle Domestic Battery cases are heard on the second floor of the Courthouse. The Clerk of the Circuit Court of DuPage County is located on the first floor of the Courthouse at 505 North County Farm Road.

Bond Court for Roselle DuPage County criminal cases is in Room 2002 at 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois. Weekend and Holiday Bond Court for Roselle DuPage County criminal cases is at the DuPage County Sheriff's Office, which is located at 501 North County Farm Road, Wheaton, Illinois.

Certain Roselle Traffic Ticket and Municipal Violation cases in DuPage County are heard at the Branch Courthouse, which is in Courtroom 1003, at the DuPage County Courthouse, 505 North County Farm Road, Wheaton Illinois. The Branch Courthouse for Roselle DuPage County cases was recently moved from Glendale Heights to the DuPage County Courthouse.

Roselle Criminal Cases-Cook County

Roselle criminal cases that happened in the Cook County part of Roselle are heard at the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. The Rolling Meadows Courthouse is part of the Cook County court system. All Roselle misdemeanor cases, such as Roselle DUI cases, Roselle Retail Theft cases, Roselle Drug cases, Roselle Theft cases, and Roselle Battery cases, are heard on specific days of the month on the first and second floor of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse.

All Roselle Cook County felony cases begin in Room 108 of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse and are eventually assigned to either Room 109 or 110.

All weekday Roselle Bond Court hearings are at 1:30 in Room 108 of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. Weekend and Holiday Bond Court for Roselle Bond Hearings is at 1:30 in Room 100 of the Leighton Criminal Court Building at 26th and California in Chicago.

All Roselle Preliminary Hearings are in Room 108 of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse during different times of the day. All Roselle Cook County Domestic Battery and Roselle Aggravated Domestic Battery cases are heard in Room 207 of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. Most Roselle Domestic Battery cases are at 9:30 in the morning while the Roselle Aggravated Domestic Battery cases are at 1:30.

Experienced, Award-Winning Criminal Defense Lawyer for Roselle Criminal Cases

Roselle criminal lawyer, James Dimeas, has spent the past 25 years handling criminal cases throughout Cook County and DuPage County. Roselle criminal defense lawyer, Roselle criminal attorney, James Dimeas, has been representing Roselle residents in criminal cases exclusively for the past 25 years. He understands the importance of making sure that a criminal case does not go on your criminal record. In today's highly competitive job market, virtually all employers conduct thorough background searches as part of the job selection process. If a prospective employer were to find a criminal charge in a background search, that may keep you from getting that job. 
Mr. Dimeas understands the serious implications involved with facing criminal charges. That's by Mr. Dimeas has focused his efforts in only handling criminal cases. He understands how the criminal justice system works in DuPage County and in Cook County. He is well-known by the judges and the prosecutors in Cook County and in DuPage County. Mr. Dimeas is well-known and widely respected in the local legal community.

Roselle criminal lawyer, James Dimeas, has a centrally-located office in Schaumburg Illinois, near the corner of Golf Road and Roselle Road. Mr. Dimeas lives in Schaumburg and is well-known and respect in the local community. His centrally-located office in Schaumburg is easily accessible to all Roselle residents. He is available by phone 24 hours a day to service the Roselle community and to provide legal advice and legal services to Roselle residents who are facing criminal prosecution.

Enlist a Highly Rated Criminal Defense Attorney for Roselle Criminal Cases

Roselle criminal lawyer, James Dimeas, has 25 years of experience handling criminal cases throughout Cook County and DuPage County. James Dimeas was named a "Best Criminal Defense Lawyer in Chicago" by Expertise in 2017. Mr. Dimeas has been named a 'Best DUI Attorney." The National Trial Lawyers have named James Dimeas a "Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer." The American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys has named James Dimeas a "10 Best Attorney for Client Satisfaction." James Dimeas is an AVVO rated criminal defense attorney. AVVO has rated James Dimeas as "Superb." This is the highest rating possible for any lawyer in the nation. Roselle criminal lawyer, James Dimeas, has co-written a book that instructs lawyers on how to effectively represent criminal defendants charged with the crime of Identity Theft.

If you are in Roselle and are facing criminal charges in Cook County or DuPage County, you can contact Roselle criminal defense lawyer, James Dimeas, anytime for a free and confidential consultation. His office is in Schaumburg Illinois and he is within a short driving distance to the Rolling Meadows Courthouse and the DuPage County Courthouse, Mr. Dimeas resides in the community and works out of all of the local Courthouses. He is available for meetings at his office and he can always be reached at 847-807-7405.

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