Schaumburg Criminal Law Information Center
Schaumburg is a Village that is located in the northwest corner of Cook County. It is the home of approximately 75,000 people and contains various retail and Industrial Centers that make Schaumburg a thriving community in Cook County.
Schaumburg was incorporated in 1956 by a group of settlers that had arrived from Germany and the eastern part of the United States. According to the Village of Schaumburg website, the largest employer in Schaumburg is Zurich North America, an insurance company. Schaumburg is the home of the Woodfield Shopping Center, currently the eleventh largest Shopping Center in the United States. At one time, it was the largest Shopping Center in the United States. It is also the home of one of the only two IKEA stores in Illinois. The unique shopping opportunities in Schaumburg make it a popular community that draws people from the entire Chicago Metropolitan Area. Schaumburg can be easily accessed from the East and West by I-90 and from North/South via I-53.
The Village of Schaumburg Police Department is made up of approximately 117 sworn police officers. The Schaumburg Police Department is one of the larger police departments in Northwest Suburban Cook County. The shopping attractions offered by Schaumburg bring in visitors from outside of Schaumburg which contributes to the need for a large Police Department.
Schaumburg Criminal Cases
Most Schaumburg criminal cases are heard at the Rolling Meadows Courthouse, which is a part of the Circuit Court of Cook County Court system. The Cook County Judicial Circuit is the largest Judicial Circuit in the State of Illinois and one of the larges unified court systems in the United States.
Schaumburg adopted a Municipal Violation Court which hears certain cases at the Village Hall located at 101 Schaumburg Court, Schaumburg Illinois 60193 on the first Wednesday of every month. The Municipal Court hears certain minor Retail Theft cases and minor Drug Possession cases that involve Municipal Violation tickets. Approximately half of the Village of Schaumburg Municipal Violation cases are heard at the Village Hall. The other half are heard in Room 210 at the Rolling Meadows Courthouse during certain set dates of each month.
All weekday Schaumburg Bond Court Hearings are at 1:30 p.m. in Room 108 of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. Bond Court for Schaumburg Bond Hearings on weekends and court holidays is at 1:30 p.m. in Room 100 of the Leighton Criminal Court Building at 26th and California in Chicago.
All Schaumburg Preliminary Hearings are in Room 108 of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse throughout the day.
All Schaumburg felony cases start in Room 108 of the Rolling Meadows courthouse and are eventually assigned to Room 109 or 110.
All Schaumburg Domestic Battery and Schaumburg Aggravated Domestic Battery cases are heard in Room 207 of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse. Most Schaumburg misdemeanor Domestic Battery cases are heard at 9:30 am while the Schaumburg felony Aggravated Domestic Battery cases are heard at 1:30 p.m. in Room 207. Room 207 is a dedicated Domestic Battery courtroom for Schaumburg and Rolling Meadows Domestic Battery cases.
All Schaumburg misdemeanor cases, such as Schaumburg DUI cases, Schaumburg Retail Theft cases, Schaumburg Drug cases, Schaumburg Theft cases, and Schaumburg Battery cases, are heard on particular days of the month throughout the first and second floor of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse.Experienced, Award-Winning, Schaumburg Criminal Defense Attorney for Schaumburg Criminal Cases
Schaumburg criminal defense lawyer, James Dimeas, understands that the long-term implications of a conviction for a criminal offense can be serious. In today's tight and competitive job market, almost all employers perform thorough background searches before they decide to hire anyone. A criminal case on a background search could keep you from getting a job. If your employer performs a periodic background search and finds out that you have picked up a criminal case, that may be enough for your employer to fire you. If you are going to school and applying for financial assistance, a conviction for a criminal charge may keep you from getting the financial assistance that you need to go to school. If you are facing criminal charges, you should talk to an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible so you can take the steps necessary to protect your legal rights and protect your future.
Schaumburg criminal defense attorney, James Dimeas, has been concentrating his legal practice in criminal cases for more than 25 years. His office is centrally located in Schaumburg. Mr. Dimeas also lives in Schaumburg. He is active in the community and is well-known and respected throughout Schaumburg. His presence in Schaumburg makes it possible for him to provide the level of service a resident of Schaumburg would need to have a successful resolution to a criminal matter that they are facing. Mr. Dimeas is available by phone 24 hours a day. He frequently receives phone calls from clients and their family requesting that he go to the local police station to meet with a client or family member that is in police custody. Sometimes he gets requests to immediately appear in court for a friend or family member. Mr. Dimeas's presence in Schaumburg makes it possible for him to immediately respond to the needs of residents of Schaumburg that are facing criminal investigation and prosecution.
Schaumburg criminal defense attorney, James Dimeas, has represented thousands of clients throughout the criminal courts of Cook County, DuPage County, Kane County, and Lake County. His office is located within a few minutes of the Rolling Meadows Courthouse, the DuPage County Courthouse and the Kane County Courthouse. He is also available for any cases in the Branch Courthouses in DuPage County and Kane County. He is well known and respected in all the local courthouses by the Judges and prosecutors and is familiar with how to get things done in all the local courthouses.Enlist an Experienced and Highly Rated Criminal Defense Lawyer in the Schaumburg Area
Schaumburg criminal defense lawyer, James Dimeas, is a nationally-recognized, award-winning criminal defense attorney. Recently, the American Society of Legal Advocates named James Dimeas a "Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyer In the State of Illinois For the Year 2018." The National Trial Lawyers have named James Dimeas a "Top 100 Criminal Defense Trial Lawyer." The National Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys has named James Dimeas a "10 Best Attorney for Client Satisfaction." Expertise named James Dimeas a "Best Criminal Defense Lawyer in Chicago." James Dimeas was recently named a "Best DUI Attorney." James Dimeas is rated "Superb" by AVVO, the highest rating possible for any criminal defense lawyer in the United States. Mr. Dimeas is a published author, having co-written a book for attorneys that instructs them on how to effectively and successfully represent clients charged with the crime of Identity Theft.
James Dimeas has more than 25 years of experience handling criminal cases only. His office is located in Schaumburg and he resides in Schaumburg. He knows the community and he knows the Judges and Prosecutors in all the courthouses in the area. He is available 24 hours a day to help you if you are facing a criminal matter.
If you are under investigation or have been arrested and need to go to court you can contact James Dimeas anytime for a free and confidential consultation. He can meet you at his office or at a convenient location so that you could have a confidential consultation to protect your legal rights and to take the steps necessary to protect your future. James Dimeas can be reached anytime at 847-807-7405.