When facing criminal charges, you need an attorney who will fight for you. Matthew Prengaman is a Cook County criminal law attorney whose first goal is to get your case dismissed or to take your case to trial and win. His hard work does not stop until he gets the best possible outcome for his clients.
Attorney Prengaman represents clients who have been accused of felonies and misdemeanors, including traffic violations, assault, battery, DUI, theft crimes and other offenses. He is licensed and experienced in both federal and state courts, so no matter the severity of the alleged crime, the Law Office of Matthew Prengaman can help. He is also familiar with prosecutors and judges in and around Chicago, Illinois, and the surrounding suburbs which proves helpful in many cases.
Attorney Prengaman's clients are always well informed on the status of their cases. He helps them weigh their choices, tells them what their best options are, and sees their cases all the way through to the end. No matter what you're facing, lawyer Matthew Prengaman will be there until the end — and he will not back down.
- Traffic Tickets
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Personal Injury
- Civil Rights
- Consumer Law
- Domestic Violence
- Estate Planning
- Landlord Tenant
- Medical Malpractice
- White Collar Crime
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
Contingency fees accepted for personal injury cases as well as certain other cases.
- English: Spoken, Written
- Law Office of Matthew Prengaman
- University of Idaho College of Law
- J.D. | Law
- University of Redlands
- B.A. (2005)
- Illinois State Bar
- Q. WHAT HAPPENS IF SOMEONE DOES NOT SHOW UP TO COURT FOR 1ST DWI?
- A: If you miss court for a DUI/DWI, or you miss court for any misdemeanor or felony, chances are the court will issue a warrant for your arrest. You can also be found guilty of the offense and have a large amount of fines assessed against you. If you miss court, the best option is to find out if a warrant was issued or not and to go to the court as soon as possible to try and quash, or get rid of, the warrant.
- Q. If a girl on a dating/porn site claims to be 18 and your 21. U talk and exchange pics then find out shes 17.
- A: A defense that is available to a charge such as grooming is that the defendant did not know or have any reason to believe that the person he or she had been communicating with was under the age of 18. If you have any further questions on this matter, please contact me I'd be happy to help.