The Law Office of Lawrence X. O'Reilly

The Law Office of Lawrence X. O'Reilly Personal Injury Attorney Lawrence X. O’Reilly has practiced law since 1991 and is admitted to practice law in the State of Illinois, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S.

Supreme Court. Lawrence began his career as an Attorney at the Cook County State’s Attorneys’ Office, and in his 16+ years as a Prosecutor worked in Supervisory roles in the Criminal Prosecutions Bureau and Felony Trial Division. Furthermore, Lawrence was the Supervisor of the Traffic Division, where he supervised 25 other prosecutors. As a result of his numerous years working as a prosecutor, Mr. O’Reilly has honed his skills as a litigator and makes use of his expertise defending criminal and traffic cases. Specifically, Mr. O’Reilly handles: Criminal Law: Theft and property crimes, narcotics, weapons violations, sex offenses, armed Robbery, aggr. battery, first degree murder, and all other felony and misdemeanor crimes. Will appear on holidays and weekends at Bond Court, and will make jail visits regarding legal advice. Traffic Law: DUI’s (felony and misdemeanor), driving while license is suspended or revoked, speeding, driver’s license reinstatement hearings before the Secretary of State Office, and all other felony and misdemeanor traffic-related offenses. Civil Law: Contract law, landlord/tenant disputes, fee disputes and other civil law disputes.

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Historians believe that the earliest lawyers existed in the government of Ancient Greece. Lawyers in Ancient Greece serv...
04/11/2016

Historians believe that the earliest lawyers existed in the government of Ancient Greece. Lawyers in Ancient Greece served purposes similar to those purposes of today.

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Your lawyer should give you a basic description of your legal matter and let you know what problems to expect, how they'...
04/04/2016

Your lawyer should give you a basic description of your legal matter and let you know what problems to expect, how they'll be handled, and when things will happen.

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Not providing all the facts to your attorney, even the "bad" ones, is a good way to doom your case.
03/28/2016

Not providing all the facts to your attorney, even the "bad" ones, is a good way to doom your case.

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02/29/2016

#Attorneys are held to the highest possible standards and practices, ensuring you get proper representation and legal protection.

02/26/2016

Tip of the day: Always call the judge "your honor", do not use their name, even their full name, or something more casual like "Judge Johnson" unless they specifically request you to.

02/24/2016

Your conduct in court can make a big impression on both the judge and jurors, so it pays to know how you are expected to act and observe the proper procedures and decorum while in the courtroom.

02/22/2016

Most attorneys work on a “contingency” basis. What this means is that they do not get paid unless they win your case.

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Your attorney-client privilege is guaranteed and as such you can be as honest with your lawyer as possible.

02/12/2016

Did you know around 49% of lawyers operated in a solo private practice?

02/10/2016

Did you know an attorney can sometimes have your case dismissed without even going to court?

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02/08/2016

Attorneys are opposed to conflicts of interest and are bound to the highest degree of loyalty to you, their client.

02/05/2016

Generally, the attorney-client privilege applies when a client (actual or prospective) communicates with a lawyer regarding legal advice.

Attorneys are trained to interpret complicated systems of laws and navigate the court system.
01/29/2016

Attorneys are trained to interpret complicated systems of laws and navigate the court system.

01/27/2016

Attorneys will give you advice, proactively work for your interests, and anticipate problems that you may not see coming.

01/25/2016

A big part of an attorney’s job is to select jurors, argue motions, meet with judges and question witnesses.

01/22/2016

Attorneys gather evidence to formulate defense or to initiate legal actions.

01/20/2016

Before going to trial, an attorney will develop strategies and arguments in preparation of the case.

01/18/2016

In court, attorneys present and summarize cases to judges and juries.

01/15/2016

In court proceedings, an attorney will analyze the probable outcome of the case.

01/13/2016

An attorney will interpret laws, rulings and regulations for you.

01/11/2016

Attorneys oftentimes strike up a fair settlement offer or plea bargain on the client’s behalf.

01/08/2016

An attorney will explain your options to you before trial begins.

01/06/2016

Hiring an attorney can help you avoid potential legal problems in the long run.

01/04/2016

Attorneys in certain cases will be able to avoid trial altogether.

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