About Aaron Rosenblatt and Criminal Case Representation
First and foremost, I am a criminal defense attorney. In the ten years that I’ve been practicing law, I have represented countless people in a wide variety of cases and courtrooms. Since the time I graduated from John Marshall Law School, I have represented tenants and landlords in landlord-tenant disputes, individuals who had been discriminated from when obtaining housing (fair housing case), people in civil contract and tort cases and of course individuals charged with crimes in criminal cases.
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Since practicing law, I have spent the most time handling criminal defense cases. I have found them to be the most rewarding. Truth, I enjoy it. I like helping those people who have been wrongfully accused. There is no better feeling than when I win a case for my client. From the first time I represented a defendant in a criminal case to now, I have handled everything from petty traffic offenses to first degree murder charges and I have been successful throughout.
The reason I am the right criminal defense attorney for you is because I do things differently. I am not here to have you plead guilty. I am here to fight for you. I pride myself on not taking a traditional approach to a case. I always say, “We have to look at the case from all angles. Maybe there is a way to have the case dismissed that we have not considered.” I pride myself on being available to my clients and their loved ones. I know facing a criminal charge is scary or nerve-wracking and I am here for you. I will take your calls personally and I will speak to you about your concerns. I will always be honest with you. It is your life we are dealing with and I respect that.
Criminal Cases Won by Mr. Rosenblatt in Illinois
- Manufacturing and Delivery of Controlled Substance within 1000 Feet of a School
- Manufacturing and Delivery of Controlled Substance
- Possession of A Controlled Substance
- Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol
- Domestic Battery
- Aggravated Battery
- Attempt Murder
- Aggravated Speeding
- Disorderly Conduct
Recent Criminal Case Wins
Aggravated unlawful use of a weapon: October 2017
Unlawful Use of a Weapon: November 2017
Disorderly Conduct: November 2017
Failure to Reduce Speed: December 2017
Battery December 2017
Order of Protection: Dismissed December 2017
Aggravated unlawful use of a weapon is an area of law that I have been the most successful with. I have had the opportunity to take many aggravated unlawful use of a weapon cases to trial and my success rate has been incredible. Recently, I represented my client in a case where the Chicago Police Officers spotted a gun in the car he was removed from. My cross-examination of the officer forced him to explain how he ordered my client of the car and arrested him as soon as the officers spotted the gun. When I heard that, I knew something was not right. I then made a request of the court to suppress the use of the gun. This is called a Motion to Suppress the Evidence. I successfully argued that guns, in general, are legal. I argued that unlike cocaine or other drugs a U.S. citizen may own a gun. In fact, there is a Constitutional right to own a gun. I argued, that the Chicago Police Officers could not have known my client was not legally able to possess a gun without questioning him before arresting him. Therefore, the arrest was premature and thus, not legal. The judge agreed with me and case was dismissed. I do not give up. I always fight for my clients.