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Chicago Criminal Attorney | Mark Sciblo


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Being arrested and charged with a crime can be one of your life's most challenging and stressful times. Suppose you commit a criminal offense, for example, driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), disorderly conduct, or theft. In that case, you can face serious consequences, such as probation, community service, jail time, fines, and bad criminal background. The best chance to avoid negative consequences ruining your life is to hire an experienced Chicago criminal attorney Mark Sciblo.

The consequences you can face will depend on the seriousness of the crime. For example, being charged with driving under the influence (DUI)  is more serious than disorderly conduct such as public intoxication or being too loud in public areas. No matter what kind of charges you're facing,  Chicago criminal defense attorney from our law firm will represent those rights for you in a court of law.

During the past 30 years, the Chicago criminal lawyer Mark Sciblo has handled hundreds of criminal cases. He has a proven track record of achieving competent results for clients, such as; charge reductions, not guilty verdicts, and dismissals. When you hire Mr. Sciblo as your criminal attorney in Chicago, he will thoroughly investigate the charges against you, provide effective and knowledgeable legal representation, and fight for your rights to get you the best possible outcome in your case.  

Attorney Mark Sciblo has extensive trial experience in the following areas of criminal law:

Theft Crimes

A theft crime is a criminal act and is defined as taking someone else's property or money without their permission.

Chicago theft attorney Mark Sciblo can help you with the following theft crimes: 

  • Retail Theft

  • Embezzlement

  • Theft of Services

  • Identity Theft

  • Burglary

  • Shoplifting

  • Credit Card Theft

  • Petty Theft

Fraud Crimes

Fraud is a crime that entails using deliberate deception to obtain valuables, typically money.

Chicago fraud attorney Mark Sciblo can help you with the following fraud crimes:

  • Identity Theft

  • Insurance Fraud

  • Wire Fraud

  • Mail Fraud

  • Credit Card Fraud

  • Tax Evasion

  • Embezzlement

  • Counterfeiting

  • Check Fraud

Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

DUI is a criminal offense of driving a car while impaired by alcohol or drugs.
Chicago DUI attorney Mark Sciblo can help you with the following DUI crimes:

  • Misdemeanor DUI

  • Aggravated DUI

  • Felony DUI

  • First and Subsequent DUI Convictions

  • Underage Drinking

  • Out-of-State DUI Conviction

  • DUI Involving Motorboats or Snowmobiles

  • DUI-Related Accidents

  • DUI While Uninsured 

  • DUI While Suspended

  • Commercial DUI

  • and more

Disorderly Conduct

Disorderly conduct is a crime that usually involves some sort of offensive or disruptive behavior in public places.


Chicago disorderly conduct attorney Mark Sciblo can help you with the following disorderly conduct crimes:

  • Loud Music or Shouts Causing Disturbances

  • Public Brawls

  • Violent Protests and Riots

  • Public Urination

  • Public Intoxication

  • Fighting in Public

  • Yelling or Arguing in Public

  • Making a False Report of a Crime

  • Obstructing Traffic

  • Trespassing

  • Loitering

Property Crime

Property crime involves the reckless or intentional destruction or damage of someone else's property.

Chicago property crime Attorney Mark Sciblo can help you with the following property crimes:

  • Arson

  • Trespassing

  • Criminal Damage to Property

  • Institutional Vandalism

  • Burglary

  • Theft

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence occurs when one person abuses another person.

Chicago domestic violence Attorney Mark Sciblo can help you with the following domestic violence crimes:

  • Harassment

  • Violation of an Order of Protection

  • Spousal Abuse

  • Stalking

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Threatening and Intimidation

  • Financial Abuse

  • Physical Abuse

  • Emotional Abuse

  • Substance Abuse

  • and Other Abusive Behavior

Probation Violations

A probation violation is an offense that occurs when you break the terms or conditions of your probation.

Chicago probation violation attorney Mark Sciblo can help you with the following probation violation crimes:

  • Committing other Criminal Offenses while on Probation

  • Spending Time in Locations Prohibited by the Judge

  • Failing to Check in with the Judge or Probation Officer

  • Failing to Appear in Court at a Scheduled Date and Time

  • Failing to Submit to Regular Drug Testing Required by the Judge

  • Failing to Pay Court Fees or Fines

  • Failing to Comply with a Court Order

  • Failing to Maintain Employment

  • Violating a No Contact Order

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Contact Info

Call Today: (773) 775-5050

Mon-Fri: 9:30AM–5:30PM

Sat: 9:30AM–2PM

5945 N Elston Ave, Chicago, IL 60646

Phone: (773) 775-5050

Law Offices of Mark Sciblo, P.C.
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