Sheppard Law Firm, P.C.

Over the course of many years in practice, attorneys Barry D. Sheppard and Adam J. Sheppard have earned distinction both for their trial and appellate advocacy on behalf of criminal defendants in Illinois, and for their contributions to the legal community.

The attorneys of Sheppard Law Firm, P.C., are members of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Constitutional Rights Foundation, the CBA, ISBA, NORML and other professional organizations. Attorney Adam J. Sheppard has been selected as a panel attorney for the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, reflecting distinguished service in the area of federal-level criminal defense. He has been repeatedly named a Super Lawyers Rising Star, and served as co-editor in chief of the Young Lawyers Journal of the CBA Record magazine. Adam remains on the editorial board of the CBA Record and serves as an officer of the CBA/Young Lawyers Section.

Chicago Lawyers Committed To The Highest Level Of Legal Representation

The area of criminal defense is constantly evolving to reflect advances in not only technology, but also how people communicate — and therefore the types of evidence that may come into play during an investigation and prosecution.

Sheppard Law Firm, P.C., has stayed at the forefront of criminal law developments. Among the areas in which the firm's attorneys have obtained considerable experience are:

  • DNA and other forensic evidence
  • Social media communications
  • Internet use by law enforcement agencies for entrapment purposes

By staying at the cutting edge of these and other advancements, the firm's attorneys ensure that clients receive the outstanding counsel they deserve when investing in the services of a law firm.

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With offices in downtown Chicago, Sheppard Law Firm, P.C., represents clients across Chicagoland. For an consultation to discuss your legal needs, email the firm or call 312-443-1233.