The Lollapalooza music festival in Chicago is one of the biggest and best music festivals in the country. Hundreds of thousands of music fans come to the show to have a great time and listen to 4 days of amazing music.
Dozens of people get arrested every year at Lollapalooza. But an arrest is not a conviction, and I can help keep your record clean.
It’s an unfortunate fact that the Chicago police are notoriously aggressive and is looking to bust people with drugs or for any other alleged offense. Even worse, cops in surrounding towns and counties are all on the lookout for people headed to the festival to stop and search.
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My name is Brian Dailey, of the Dailey Law Firm in Chicago. I have been practicing law for 22 years and have won countless cases for my clients where the police overstep their authority and engage in illegal searches. This happens all the time.
As a defense lawyer, I fight for regular people accused of crimes. Anyone can make a mistake, and a dumb mistake shouldn’t ruin your life and your future opportunities and job prospects. A conviction on a background check is a scarlet letter these days.
Employers have easy access to court records in background checks and might pass you over for even a minor incident on your record. I don’t think that’s right, and fight to keep my clients’ records clear.
Even worse, when police overstep their bounds and illegally and unconstitutionally search you, that means you shouldn’t even have been arrested, never mind convicted.
Please call or text me directly right now if you’ve been arrested. I can help you!
Cops are looking for “suspicious” people, whether already at the show or on the way to the event. If you are in your car and have music stickers or lollapalooza window writing on the highway, you are unfortunately more likely to be stopped.
I will aggressively fight these charges and file a motion to suppress any potentially illegal search.
I can tell you about how I’ve helped other clients in similar cases, and exactly what I can do for you when you call or text me.
My firm has offices in downtown Chicago but we do a lot of our work over the phone and meet many of our clients in court. Let us know what works for you.
I wish you the best of luck on your case!
Brian Dailey, Attorney at Law
Dailey Law Firm
30 North Lasalle St, Suite 3200
Chicago, IL 60602
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