URGENT: Your Case May Be Eligible For Immediate Dismissal!

URGENT: Your Case May Be Eligible For Immediate Dismissal! Call 312-736-7829 for Your FREE Consultation (if You Call in The Next 5 Days)

If you’ve been accused of a crime, it’s your worst nightmare come true.

And for good reason.

If you’re convicted, it can have devastating long-term consequences. It can ruin your reputation, career, relationships, and family, and even lead to jail.

I’m here with some good news that may surprise you.

Did you know there are legal strategies to possibly get your entire case dismissed before it even goes to trial?

That means your case would be thrown out with no further court fees, fines or punishment.  Your long ordeal would finally be over.

Think having your case favorably resolved before it even goes to trial sounds too good to be true? Think again!

You see, most people are unaware of existing loopholes and other details of the law necessary to prove you guilty. And if certain crucial elements aren’t met, it’s impossible for the state to prosecute you, leading to case dismissal.

I only focus my practice on defending those in the Illinois criminal justice system, and I even wrote the book on the subject, “The Illinois Criminal Defense Survivor Guide .” If you would like a free copy of my book, please call:



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Warning: Other attorneys do NOT want you to know about legal loopholes that could get your case thrown out!

Why do other attorneys hope you never learn your case might be dismissed?

Greed, pure and simple!

At Abdallah Law, we operate with a much higher standard. Our mission is to uphold the

highest ethical standards in criminal law, while delivering the greatest results for our clients. We believe every person deserves a second chance, and I promise we’ll work tirelessly on your behalf until justice is served.

To date, Abdallah Law has represented thousands of clients facing felony and misdemeanor charges with over 100 5-star reviews! And our track record of successful dismissals is literally through the roof! We have produced over 500 full acquittals since 2009!

If your case does go to trial, it’s included at no extra cost!

Why do we charge such unprecedented low fees? We believe every individual is entitled to the highest quality defense work, no matter what their income level is. In fact, we’re one of the very few criminal defense firms that offer payment plans and no additional “surprise” fees if you go to trial.

Other attorneys might promise to fight for you, but at the end of the day they’ll demand thousands of additional dollars for a trial fee. Even if your case is favorably resolved prior to trial, they’ll pocket that fee you already paid.

Why hire Abdallah Law:

  • Low one-time fees (which always includes trial)!
  • The resources in using our large docket leverage to your advantage!
  • You have direct access to your own, personal attorney upon hire!
  • Extended time to pay which make your monthly payments extremely low!

Time is of the essence! Schedule your FREE consultation TODAY!

I’d like to personally invite you to a free “no strings attached” consultation to discuss your case, and also answer any questions and concerns you may have. But due to the extreme value we’re providing at no charge, this rare offer is only good if you call in the 5 days, so it’s important you don’t delay in scheduling your session.

Zaid Abdallah
Attorney and Managing Partner

PS:  Remember… I’m only offering this FREE one-hour consultation if you call in the next 5 days. We’re expecting your call: 



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Abdallah Law has been a successful law firm serving the people of Chicago and the surrounding area for years. This success can be attributed to one thing: Our team. At Abdallah Law, protecting our clients’ rights and safeguarding their liberties is the driving force of everything we do.

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