Attempted Murder

In an attempted murder case, the prosecution has to show that the defendant caused great bodily harm to the defendant and the defendant was intending to kill the victim.In addition, a substantial step must have been taken toward committing the crime.

An attempted murder charge is a Class X felony and the defendant can face at least 6 years and as many as 30 in cases where a weapon was used. There are many defenses to attempted murder, including that the defendant did not intend to kill the victim, self-defense, or best of all: innocence.

Komar Law in Chicago, IL., we have extensive experience and skills in attempted murder defense cases. We will discuss the facts of your case with you and develop an intelligent and aggressive defense to your charge.

A Spanish-Speaking Murder Attorney from Komar Law, Peter Komar is an experienced Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney who can help his clients with self-defense cases, attempted murder and criminal defense. Call our Chicago Criminal Defense Attorneys at (312)-671-5555 for a free consultation!
Call an experienced attorney Peter Komar from Komar Law in Chicago, IL., who has extensive experience and skills in attempted murder defense cases. I will discuss the facts of your case with you and determine the best pretrial motions for your case.
If the states evidence is not strong enough, the case may be dismissed at a preliminary hearing or a motion to quash arrest.