Probation for Cocaine Possession w/prior murder conviction
A man was charged with a class 4 felony for possession of cocaine. His criminal record included a conviction from the 1990's where he served 14 years in prison for murder. The defendant plead guilty to the cocaine possession, yet the attorney was still able to successfully argue for probation, despite a lengthy criminal history that included a murder charge.
Jaye R. Lindsay
Jaye R. Lindsay is a distinguished attorney with over ten years in the courtroom. He began his career with a large medical malpractice law firm in downtown Chicago, where he spent several years representing nursing home residents and others who suffered serious or fatal injuries due to negligent care. His career took him into contested probate and guardianship litigation, as well as high-stakes personal injury litigation. Throughout his career, Jaye has worked for large firms and handled enormous caseloads. When he decided to start Crossroad Legal, his vision was a family practice that would be large enough to make a difference but small enough to remain focused on individual client experiences. Jaye focuses primarily on nursing home abuse, auto accidents, civil litigation, and criminal defense. He also accepts a limited number of divorce and custody cases each year. As the firm has grown, Jaye continues to remain actively engaged in daily litigation on behalf of the firm's clients.