As a former prosecutor, Bill Chanfrau, Jr. is thoroughly familiar with both sides of the criminal justice system. Working for the state attorney's office as a criminal defense lawyer, he had a firsthand opportunity to see instances where citizens were wrongly accused or their constitutional rights were violated. All Chanfrau & Chanfrau clients are presumed innocent, and are entitled to a vigorous defense.
MR. WILLIAM CHANFRAU, JR.: When I was a prosecutor at the State Attorney's Office I not only successfully prosecuted individuals that had committed crimes and had been properly charged but I also had the opportunity to see where there were instances when someone is wrongly accused or there are facts and circumstances in that case that justified that the charges ought to be dismissed or no prost.
That is what I have taken into my practice as a criminal defense attorney. Specifically when a client walks through my door they are presumed innocent until all the facts are ascertained and we've had an adequate opportunity to make sure that the state no only lawfully arrested my client but also that the charges were properly filed.