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Dismissed

August 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “SG”: SG was charged with Domestic Battery by the Elk Grove Police Department after her boyfriend alleged SG scratched him on his chest. SG’s case was assigned to the Circuit Court of Cook County – Rolling Meadows Courthouse located at 2121 E. Euclid in Rolling Meadow, IL.  After negotiating with the prosecutor, Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the criminal case dismissed.

State of IL v. “PS”: PS was charged with Domestic Battery by the Des Plaines Police Department after a household member alleged PS was abusive towards her. PS’s case was assigned to the Circuit Court of Cook County – Skokie Courthouse located at 5600 Old Orchard Rd. Attorney Matt Fakhoury negotiated with the prosecutor and was eventually able to get PS’s criminal case dismissed.

July 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

Dismissed
Dismissed

July 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “JO”: JO was charged with Domestic Battery by the Lisle Police Department. JO’s case was heard at the Circuit Court of DuPage County – 505 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton, IL 60187. JO was accused of domestic violence against his girlfriend. The evidence showed JO was not guilty of the charges and Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get JO’s case dismissed.

State of IL v. “SN”: SN was charged with Domestic Battery by the Chicago Police Department after he and his girlfriend had an argument. SN’s case was heard at the Circuit Court of Cook County – Domestic Violence Court – 555 W. Harrison St., Chicago, IL 60607. After speaking with the prosecutor and explaining the evidence, Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the case dismissed.

July 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

Dismissed
Dismissed

May 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “AA”: AA was charged with Domestic Battery by the St. Charles Department. AA’s case was heard at the Circuit Court of DuPage County – 505 N County Farm Rd, Wheaton, IL 60187. AA was accused of punching her brother in the face several times after a verbal argument. The evidence showed AA’s brother was drunk and started the confrontation. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get AA’s case dropped.

State of IL v. “JT”: JT was charged with domestic battery by the Chicago Police Department after his wife alleged JT pushed her. JT’s case was assigned to the Circuit Court of Cook County – Domestic Violence Courthouse located at 555 W. Harrison St., Chicago, IL 60607. After negotiating with the prosecutor, Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the criminal case dismissed.

April 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

Dismissed
Dismissed

April 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “NH”: NH was charged with Domestic Battery by the Elk Grove Police Department after a relative alleged NH struck him with a glass. NH’s case was assigned to the Circuit Court of Cook County – Rolling Meadows Courthouse located at 2121 E. Euclid in Rolling Meadow, IL.  After negotiating with the prosecutor, Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the criminal case dismissed.

State of IL v. “KA”: KA was charged with Domestic Battery by the Skokie Police Department after his ex-girlfriend said KA threw a cup of Coke at her causing her to be “soaked”. KA’s case was assigned to the Circuit Court of Cook County – Skokie Courthouse located at 5600 Old Orchard Rd. Attorney Matt Fakhoury took the case to trial and was able to get the ex-girlfriend to admit that she did not see KA throw anything at her. Mr. Fakhoury also questioned the Police Officer who stated that the ex-girlfriend did not appear wet when he inspected her. After hearing the evidence, KA was found Not Guilty and the Order of Protection was Denied!

February 2017

Charge: Domestic Battery, Petition for an Order of Protection

Decision: ORDER OF PROTECTION DENIED, NOT GUILTY

Not Guilty
Dismissed

June 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “XY”: XY was charged with Domestic Battery by the Glenview Police Department after a household member alleged XY was abusive towards him. XY’s case was assigned to the Circuit Court of Cook County – Skokie Courthouse located at 5600 Old Orchard Rd. Attorney Matt Fakhoury showed documentation that the alleged victim had behavioral issues and often fabricated stories. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the criminal case dismissed.

State of IL v. “TB”: TB was charged with Domestic Battery by the Skokie Police Department after TB’s wife alleged he had grabbed her after an argument. TB’s case was assigned to the Circuit Court of Cook County – Skokie Courthouse located at 5600 Old Orchard Rd. On the first court date, TB’s wife requested an order of protection against TB. Attorney Matt Fakhoury contested both the order of protection and the criminal charges against TB. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get both the criminal case and the order of protection dismissed.

June 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

Dismissed
Dismissed

June 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “AG”: AG was charged with Domestic Battery in the northwest suburbs of Wheeling. The case was assigned to the Rolling Meadows Courthouse – 2121 E. Euclid in Rolling Meadows, IL – in the Circuit Court of Cook County. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the case dismissed after negotiating with the prosecutor.

State of IL v. “AL”: AL was charged with Domestic Battery in the northwest suburbs of Hoffman Estates. AL’s father called the police after an argument. The case was assigned to the Rolling Meadows Courthouse – 2121 E. Euclid in Rolling Meadows, IL – in the Circuit Court of Cook County. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the case dismissed after negotiating with the prosecutor.

May 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

Dismissed
Dismissed

May 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “RS”: RS was charged with Domestic Battery by the Chicago Police Department after getting into a dispute with his ex-girlfriend. She alleged that RS struck her in the face. The case was heard at 555 W. Harrison St. in the Circuit Court of Cook County. Attorney Matt Fakhoury took the case to trial and was able to show that she was intoxicated during the alleged altercation. Mr. Fakhoury also established self defense is that RS was protecting his infant child at the time of the altercation. The judge found RS Not Guilty!

State of IL v. “JC”: JC was charged with Domestic Battery in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. The allegations were fabricated. The case was assigned to the Rolling Meadows Courthouse – 2121 E. Euclid in Rolling Meadows, IL – in the Circuit Court of Cook County. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the case dismissed after negotiating with the prosecutor.

May 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

Dismissed
Dismissed

April 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “RD”: RD was charged with Domestic Battery by the Chicago Police Department after getting into an argument with his daughter. The case was assigned to the Domestic Violence Courthouse – 555 W. Harrison St. Chicago, in the Circuit Court of Cook County. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the case dismissed after negotiating with the prosecutor.

State of IL v. “JA”: JA was charged with Domestic Battery after getting into an argument with his wife. The case was assigned to the Rolling Meadows courthouse in the Circuit Court of Cook County. Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to get the case dismissed after negotiating with the prosecutor.

March 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

Dismissed
Dismissed

February 2016

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “JF”: JF was charged with Domestic Battery in Chicago by his girlfriend’s sister. Attorney Matt Fakhoury claimed self defense because the evidence showed JF was protecting himself from the sister who was trying to stab JF with a knife at the time of the incident. JF’s case was Dismissed!

“AA” was summoned to court in Rolling Meadows because his girlfriend wanted an Order of Protection against him. After having a hearing before a judge, the petition for the order of protection was denied!

February 2016

Charge: Civil Order of Protection

Decision: ORDER OF PROTECTION DENIED

Denied
Dismissed

July 2015

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: DISMISSED

State of IL v. “FZ”: FZ was charged with Domestic Battery in Chicago by his sister’s boyfriend. FZ and the boyfriend fought after FZ defended his sister as her boyfriend pushed her. Attorney Matt Fakhoury claimed self defense because the evidence showed FZ was defending his sister from harm. FZ’s case was Dismissed!

State of IL v. “VC”: VC’s wife wanted a divorce and accused VC of Domestic Battery. When VC’s wife took the stand at trial, Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to show the judge that her story was fabricated simply to gain leverage in the divorce and custody case.  VC was found Not Guilty!

February 2015

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: NOT GUILTY

Not Guilty
Not Guilty

April 2014

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: NOT GUILTY

State of IL v. “RP”:  RP was charged with two counts of Domestic Battery after getting into an argument with his wife. Their neighbor heard the argument and called the police. At trial, Attorney Matt Fakhoury cross examined the neighbor, police officers, and RP’s wife showing RP’s innocence. RP was found Not Guilty!

State of IL v. “KH”: KH was going through a divorce. He woke up to find the police at his apartment one morning. KH’s wife accused him of Domestic Battery and KH was arrested. At trial, Attorney Matt Fakhoury obtained medical records showing that KH had lied about her alleged injuries. KH was found Not Guilty!

October 2013

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: NOT GUILTY

Not Guilty
Not Guilty

September 2013

Charge: Domestic Battery

Decision: NOT GUILTY

State of IL v. “EC”:  EC was charged with Domestic Battery by the Schaumburg Police Department. EC’s wife accused him of abusing and injuring her. At trial, Attorney Matt Fakhoury was able to show that EC’s wife lied about her injuries and the alleged abuse. EC was found Not Guilty!