Carlos Humberto Davalos
Abogado Carlos H. Davalos
About Carlos Humberto DavalosAt The Law Office of Carlos H. Davalos we concentrate in providing clients with criminal, traffic, DUI, and civil forfeiture representation. This Office is equipped to handle all major misdemeanor and felony cases from the point of arrest up to and including trial. While litigation is one of our strong suits, we understand that most clients would rather not wade towards the risks inherent in a trial. Thus, Carlos H. Davalos prides himself in effecting as formidable a procedural defense as possible against all charges confronting his clients. By placing due emphasis on motion practice, the Office adheres to a core belief that victory is just as valuable when won outside the eyes of the jury as it is when it is gained in front of them. Contact us by phone or on the web at www.davaloslawmelrosepark.com and schedule for your free initial consultation today. When adversity strikes, settle for nothing less.
Directory Practice Areas
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Traffic Tickets
Additional Practice Areas
- Civil Asset Forfeiture Proceedings
- Driver's License Reinstatement
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Solo Practicioner, Law Office of Carlos H. Davalos|
|Attorney operating out of Melrose Park concentrating in criminal law, DUI cases, and the expunging and sealing of criminal records.|
|Law Clerk, Cook County State's Attorney's Office|
|University of Arizona||J.D.||Law|
|Activities: Editor for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law|
|Member, American Bar Association|
|Listed Attorney, Illinois Appellate Defender|
|Member, Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers|
|Member, Illinois State Bar Association|
|Member, Chicago Bar Association|
- Overall: 58th
- Overall: 32 Answers
- This Year: 10 Answers
Q. When An jail inmate has a bond set.By law do they have to let him out when someone comes up there cash in hand to bail?
A: If the bond was set at 2500, then you will only need 10% of that, or 250, to bond him out. The State's Attorney cannot prevent you from posting that amount. You need to contact the holding facility where the uncle is at and ask them about their procedure for bonding out an inmate. The only way a person in pre-trial custody cannot be bonded out is if the bond was set at "no-bond." You will need to hire a lawyer in that situation.
Q. Shouldn't all concurrent charges run together?
A: They should.
Q. How do go about obtaining a "Final Disposition".
A: This is not something you should normally be seeking to obtain :) These kinds of questions inevitably require inquiries that are very fact specific; contact an attorney if you are facing a legal problem related to this.
Q. Someone left a message threatening me on a voicemail, but it may have been deleted. Can I still press charges?
A: Your testimony may be admissible by way of a hearsay exception. Whether you will be able to press criminal charges based on this evidence alone is another matter.
Q. Is it illegal to carry a fire arm in the state of Illinois?
A: Your right to carry a firearm has recently been expanded via Illinois Supreme Court case People v. Aguilar. There are exceptions however, and to find out whether you are one of them, look up the law, or consult an attorney.
Q. Im 17 years old, I live in chicago illinois. Is it illegal to carrie a loaded bb gun in public?
A: At the moment yes. See People v. Aguilar, an Illinois Supreme Court case decided this month.
Q. If someone is charged with armed violence category 1 and the police do not show up for the pretrial dates what happens?
A: Most likely nothing. What matters is whether the police arrive for the trial date, and they will. I highly doubt the police will not attend a pre-trial suppression motion, which is one exception, if the State's Attorney requests their appearance.
Q. If policeman tells me to get out of my car for a search, do I have to comply?
A: Practically speaking, I would. You're looking at more serious problems down the road by not complying.
Q. What evidence do you really need to be charge with a aggravated battery with a firearm?
A: Rest assured that much less is required to charge you with the offense than what is actually required to convict you. A list of the kind of evidence that could actually be used against you is beyond the scope of this response.