1. What are your hours of operation?
Normal hours of operation are 9:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. Monday thru Friday by appointment. Limited weekend hours are also available by appointment. Please call (312) 380-9221 to set up an appointment today.
2. How can I make an appointment for a consultation?
You may call (312) 380-9221 or, if you have a couple of days before you need to come in, you may make an appointment online by clicking the Make An Appointment button here.
3. Can I still meet with you if I can’t make it to your office?
Absolutely! Attorney Anisa Jordan has access to various meeting locations throughout the Chicagoland area.
5. How much does your firm charge for legal services?
You are entitled to know what your fee will be in connection with The Jordan Law Firm’s representation in your case. Before executing a formal agreement for legal representation, Attorney Anisa Jordan will sit down with you and outline what to expect during the first meeting.
6. Does The Jordan Law Firm offer a free consultation?
7. Do you accept other cases besides DUI, Traffic, and Criminal Law?
Although The Jordan Law Firm primarily practices in the areas of DUI, Traffic, and Criminal Law, the firm will consider representation in other types of legal matters. This includes, but is not limited to, real estate closings, personal injury involving traffic accidents, slip and fall cases, and veterans' disability appeals cases.
1. I was arrested for DUI. Now what?
In Illinois, generally two separate but related issues are at play when you are arrested for DUI. The first involves the criminal charge itself. Depending on your background you could be facing a minimum jail time of 364 days of imprisonment for a first time DUI and as much as 30 years of imprisonment if you have a number of previous DUI violations. In addition to potential jail time you could pay hundreds of dollars in fines and court costs. The second issue involved in a DUI arrest involves your driver’s license. When arrested for DUI you could loose your privilege to drive for a minimum of 6 months and, depending on your background, you could lose your right to drive permanently! Having competent legal counsel at your side is imperative. The Jordan Law Firm has the skills and legal knowledge to effectively advocate for the best possible result in your case. Contact The Jordan Law Firm Today!