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Just a sample of the recent WINNING results Attorney Tim Murphy has obtained for clients like YOU.

November 2017 – Eviction Defense – Client occupying his home, which he had previously transferred to another party in exchange for payment of mortgage, a procedure which client did not truly understand. The new owner attempted to remove client from his home. At trial, obtained a judgment in favor of my client.

November 2017 – Aggravated Battery – Client with a history of felony convictions faces a nine count aggravated battery indictment. Bond is obtained and client placed on electronic monitoring. After much negotiation, obtained an opportunity for client to plead to a misdemeanor battery, with time on electronic monitoring as time considered served. Net result – no felony conviction, no time spent in jail. 

October 2017 – Immigration – Client waiting two years for green card interview. Shortly after contacting my office, was able to obtain interview date and attended interview with client.

September 2017 – Property Damage – Client with small property damage case, which other lawyers would not take due to the small dollar value. Took the case and settled immediately after the beginning of litigation.

September 2017 – Possession/Delivery of a Controlled Substance – Client facing Class X felony drug charges. Managed to negotiate a reduction in charges with the State, and client received a disposition of probation.

August 2017 – Back Due Child Support – Client came to office being owed a large amount of back due child support. The children had already reached the age of majority. Located obligee on obtained order requiring him to begin repaying all delinquent amounts.

May 2017 – Contractor Owed Money – Client came to office seeking to recover money owed to him by a customer who refused to pay for remodeling work. Prevailed at mandatory arbitration, winning money for client and defeating the defendant’s counter claim.

April 2017 – Shoplifting – Client with history of convictions arrested for shoplifting. After negotiating with State, obtained a deferred prosecution, preventing client from taking another conviction.

March 2017 – Eviction Defense – Client with severe delinquencies and no funds with which to pay rent cam to office seeking time to move. Able to provide her almost eight-month in which to move out, with no judgment for back due rent.

February 2017 – Security Deposit Dispute – Client moved out of apartment and landlord unreasonably refused to refund security deposit. At trial, obtained judgment in client’s favor for entire amount owed.

October 2015 – Back Due Child Support – Client came to my office after having spent several years, and thousands of dollars on various lawyers, in order to collect tens of thousands of dollars of back due child support and other expenses owed to her by her ex-husband. Researching the problem, I found that the ex-husband held certain real estate in his name, free and clear of any obligation. Obtained a judgment requiring the immediate sale of the property, with the proceeds being used to pay the debts to client, and any overage to be placed in trust for Client’s children.

October 2015 – Security Deposit Dispute – Client, the owner of a small commercial property, had leased the premises to another party, who failed to pay rent according to the lease, and failed in several other aspects of his performance under the lease. Client withheld security deposit due to those violations and damage caused to the premises. The former tenant sued, seeking the return of the security deposit and other damages. The matter went to bench trial in the Circuit Court of Cook County. Result: Verdict for defendant on all counts. Former tenant not entitled to return of security deposit or any other damages.

September 2015 – Mortgage Foreclosure – Client, behind in mortgage payments with no hope of catching up, was enabled to continue living in her home (without paying a mortgage) for approximately five years, and upon judgment of foreclosure was offered a substantial sum of money to move out without further litigation. Client was able to find a new and better place to live, and start fresh.

August 2015 – Child Custody Dispute – Client was a father who had physical custody of his small children for several years, after the children’s mother dropped them to his house and left town. After a couple of years, mother returned and attempted to assert control over the children, seeking to take the children away from father and to become the custodial parent. Following trial in the Circuit Court of Cook County, the father was awarded sole custody of the minor children, the mother’s visitation rights were strictly curtailed, and mother was ordered to pay child support.

July 2015 – Unlawful Use of a Weapon – Client was stopped for a routine traffic violation, and gave consent for the search of his vehicle. A loaded 9mm handgun was recovered, and a nine count felony indictment issued. With the client facing many years in prison, I reviewed the details of the traffic stop, and concluded that the stop was illegal, as the police officer had no reasonable suspicion that a crime was being committed. The Circuit Court of Cook County, hearing our motion to quash arrest and suppress evidence, agreed. The motion was allowed, and as a result, all evidence gathered, including the handgun, was suppressed. With no evidence to offer, the State was forced to dismiss all charges. Result: No probable cause, all charges dismissed.

These results ARE TYPICAL of the results you can expect when you hire a competent, caring attorney who is also an aggressive advocate. Feel free to call me at 312-315-2323, or email to tim@timmurphylaw.com, and set your appointment today! There is no charge for the consultation.