Every Parent’s Wish is to See Their Children Graduate…
Parents want their children to become successful adults and receiving an education is essential to achieving that goal. But what happens if a school wants to expel your child?
Typically, an expulsion begins with a 10-day out-of-school suspension. During the suspension, the student is not permitted to attend any in-person classes or to be on school property. The 10-day period is normally when the school district initiates the expulsion process. This is the time you need to consult with and retain the services of an attorney.
Retain an Attorney
An experienced attorney with litigation and trial experience offers a significant benefit to a student contesting a school expulsion. Having a lawyer with extensive courtroom experiences improves the chances of successfully defending such an expulsion and obtaining a positive outcome.
I can help. With more than 34 years criminal and civil law litigation experience, I have the knowledge and expertise to help you successfully defend against a school expulsion, and to give your child a chance to continue with their education. Call 847.292.9900 for a FREE consultation to discuss your case.
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Criminal and Civil Defense, Experienced Trial Lawyer, Former Cook County Gang Crimes Prosecutor, Licensed for 34 Years
David L. Studenroth of Studenroth Law, is a seasoned attorney with 34 years of criminal and civil law experience. He is a former Cook County Gangs Crimes Prosecutor who prosecuted Chicago Street Gang Members charged with First Degree Murder. Mr. Studenroth also argued 5 Oral Arguments before the 1st District Appellate Court. For the past 17 years, he has owned and operated his own law practice concentrating in Criminal Defense and Personal Injury cases. He is an experienced Trial Lawyer who has tried over 70 Criminal Jury Trials during his career.
Studenroth Law offers professional advice and representation to clients in the Chicago area in both criminal and civil matters. He is experienced with the court system and knowledgeable about Illinois Statutes. His experience with criminal matters include all felonies, narcotics and drugs, gun and weapon charges, all misdemeanors, DUIs, bond hearings, expungements, suspended drivers licenses, and traffic offenses. As a Civil Litigation attorney, he is experienced in complex personal injury cases, asset forfeiture proceedings, summary suspension hearings relating to DUI, municipal administrative hearings, and school expulsions and suspensions.
Mr. Studenroth provides his clients with aggressive representation, and will make every effort to obtain the best result for their case. Call us at 847.292.9200 for a free consultation or contact us online if you have been accused of a crime, injured in an accident, or are experiencing other legal problems.
David Studenroth Honored by the Illinois State Crime Commission . . . Receives the 2017 Jim Ryan Award for Public Integrity
Attorney David Studenroth received the Illinois State Crime Commission’s 2017 JIM RYAN AWARD FOR PUBLIC INTEGRITY. He was honored at the TWENTY FIRST ANNUAL SALUTE TO THOSE WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE awards dinner on Wednesday, June 21st at the Drury Lane in Oak Brook.
“Our honorees represent Illinois’ best individual leaders, as well as champions from government and industry. They are well deserving of the recognition, having distinguished themselves with outstanding contributions to our communities throughout Illinois,” says ISCC/PAL Executive Director Jerry Elsner.
Mr. Studenroth is a community-minded family man who has been married to his wife for 24 years and is a father of three. He has generously given of his time to coaching the Glenview Jr. Titians football team and the Glenview Park District Boys and Girls basketball teams, as well as participating in various lectures focused on educating his community’s youth about the consequences of breaking the law and preventing crime.
“I am deeply moved to be receiving such a significant honor,” said Studenroth. “I believe that it is my duty to help the young people of our community in any way that I can. They need to understand the long term consequences of their actions, and how to make a difference with their lives. When they win, we win.”
About The Illinois State Crime Commission: Founded in 1994, The Illinois State Crime Commission/Police Athletic League of Illinois is a non-profit guided youth organization, with a mission to reduce juvenile delinquency and promote positive interaction between law enforcement and communities, relying heavily on athletics and recreational activities to tighten this bond. The Commission’s goal is to offer insightful, creative legislative solutions and assist law enforcement agencies to prevent crime in our communities through a unique blend of awareness and activities.