Knox County

Knox County Criminal Defense Lawyer

Former Prosecutors Working for You

Knox County was initially named in honor of Henry Knox, who was the first U.S. Secretary of War. Similar to its southern neighbor, Fulton County, Knox County is known for its scenic drive fall festival that takes place the first two weekends in October, the Knox County Drive. According to the 2010 census, nearly 53,000 people lived in Knox County, which was actually less than the 2000 census when the county had nearly 56,000 people and 22,056 households. Despite the fact that the population in Knox County decreased between 2000 and 2010, that hasn't changed the fact that people still get arrested every day in the county and are in need of quality legal representation.

When facing criminal charges, it's normal to feel nervous, scared, and uncertain about what the future might bring. There are a number of negative ramifications that go hand-in-hand with a criminal conviction; therefore, it's essential that you do everything possible to fight for your rights. If you are currently facing criminal charges or if you're the target of a pre-file investigation, we strongly urge you to contact a Knox County criminal defense attorney from the Johnson Law Group right away.

About the Johnson Law Group

Our team of criminal lawyers has nearly 100 years of combined experience in the field of law.

  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • National Board of Trial Advocacy
  • American Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Illinois Bar Association

Contact a Knox County Criminal Defense Attorney

At the Johnson Law Group our legal team can effectively handle a broad range of criminal matters including: drug offenses, DUI, pre-file investigations, gun crimes, sex crimes, white collar crimes, and appeals among other misdemeanor and felony offenses. Whether you've been arrested for possession of marijuana, or something far more serious such as homicide, we can aggressively defend you. As former prosecutors we know how and where to search for holes in the prosecution's case and we know how to protect your rights from a miscarriage of justice. As your greatest advocate, we are committed to greatly reducing if not eliminating the penalties that you face. Contact us today!

Knox County Resource Links

Criminal Defense Information Center
About Knox County
Knox County Sheriff's Office