Criminal Defense Lawyers Serving Kane, DuPage, Will, Cook and DeKalb Counties
At the law office of Donahue, Sowa & Magana, we are committed to offering people accused of felonies and misdemeanors in northern Illinois including the suburbs of Chicago--effective criminal defense. We are one of the oldest criminal defense firms in Illinois. We work to get the best possible outcome for all of our clients.
Illinois Criminal Defense Attorneys
The criminal defense attorneys at Donahue, Sowa & Magana value our reputation as professionals and hold ourselves to the highest levels of ethical and professional standards. If you look at the background of each of our attorneys, you will understand the power of experience:
- John F. Donahue is a highly regarded trial and appellate lawyer, recognized by his peers with an AV ® Peer Review Rating*.
- Glenn M. Sowa is a former Special Agent with the Illinois Bureau of Investigation and respected defense attorney.
- Patricia Magana has experience in prosecution and is fluent in Spanish and French.
Our trial lawyers litigate more cases than most, if not all, other firms in this area. Because of our experience, we are able to try even the most complex cases. To litigate these cases, we have marshaled investigators, expert witnesses, forensic scientists, pathologists, and even entomologists to challenge or corroborate evidence.
We are able to offer effective criminal defense if you are accused of any Illinois felony or misdemeanor, including:
Contact the Illinois Criminal Defense Lawyers at Donahue, Sowa & Magana
If you have been accused of any Illinois felony or misdemeanor, contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Donahue, Sowa & Magana at either our Naperville 630-505-5200 or Geneva 630-232-1780 office.
Si habla espanol, comuniquese con la abogada Patricia Magana.
*AV is a registered certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies.
Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.