Call (309) 837-1000. Susan L. Stambaugh is the only private practice criminal law attorney in Macomb, Illinois and the surrounding area who caters exclusively to WIU students. Her current clientele consists of about 98% WIU student criminal law, DUI, traffic and city ordinance violations cases. She has been a practicing attorney in Macomb, Illinois for over 12 years.
Call (309) 837-1000
P.O. Box 707
Macomb, IL 61455-0707
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
- DUI & DWI
- Traffic Tickets
- Suspended License
Free phone consultation up to half hour.
- Credit Cards Accepted
Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
I cater only to clients with criminal chareges. Therefore, my fees are much more affordable than the other firms because I do not have the high expenses they do required to run a large law office that caters to clients in several areas of law other than criminal.
- 9th Circuit
- Law Office of Susan L. Stambaugh
- - Current
- I have been the owner of my own law firm since 2001. Prior to that I worked one year as an Assistant States Attorney in Perry County, Illinois and one year as an associate attorney at Pierce Law Offices in Bushnell, Illinois. I also worked in two internships during law school in the public defenders office and at Southern Illinois University student legal assistance.
- Southern Illinois University School of Law
- J.D. | Law
- Activities: Moot Court Student Legal Assistance Paid Intern Public Defender Intern
- Western Illinois University
- B.A. | Sociology/Pre-Law
- Honors: Pre-Law Honors Magna Cum Laud
- Q. My sister is an illegal mother of a one month old baby, father of legal status blackmails her and mentally abuses
- A: I'm not sure what you mean by "illegal mother", but I assume you mean an undocumented immigrant maybe. Anyway your sister should locate the closest abused women's shelter or organization. We have many resources to help women in her situation. She may need to get an order of protection and possibly assistance with housing etc. if she has nowhere else to go and needs protection. These organizations tend to be very concerned with children. I am not an immigration attorney so I am not sure of the consequences of her boyfriend's not being able to assist her. You could make an anonymous call to the abused women's shelter and see if they help illegals with children in her situation.
- Q. How could I receive protection from the law if I feel one has threats of violence against my life and well being.
- A: The first thing you must do is report to the harassment and threats to your local police department. Be sure to print off any text messages or other evidence of the threats to give to the police. There are a few ways that you can print off text messages. One way is to email them to yourself and print them off or there are apps that can also enable you to print them off. If you get nowhere with the police, you can contact your local State's Attorney's office.