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Attorney at Law

Status: Member since February 10, 2009
Location: United States of America
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TRCB - Member Profile - Craig Cunningham

Attorney Craig C. Cunningham has been practicing law for more than 15 years. He is a former prosecuting attorney of Du Page County. This gives him the ability to effectively view your case from the defense and prosecution aspect.

Attorney Cunningham graduated from the University of Chicago Law School ranked #1 in Illinois and #2 in the country. Further, he participated as editor in the Law School's Journal and the Mandel Legal Aid Clinic.

He is a published author in the areas of family and criminal law. He has taught family and ciminal law at Northern Illinois University, Kishwaukee Community College, Waubonsee Community College, Harper College, Career Colleges of Chicago, MacCormac College, and College of Du Page. He is a member in good standing with Cook, Kane, Kendall, De Kalb, Will, and Du Page County Bar Associations.

Attorney Cunningham's goal is to provide each client with excellent clear advice, care, counsel and defense. In addition to being an attorney, he is also a professor and will educate his clients regarding their case and the law. Clients are able to reach him through several outlets such as, email, cell phone, office line and fax. He will never keep his clients in the dark. With any new developments, he will definitely keep clients informed.

Evidence is a complex line of study. The typical evidence class in law school does not completely mine the depths of the evidence mine. Many people seek an order of protection, and fail to propose the proper evidence that should be admitted. This article helps explain, through argument, the need to prevent hearsay testimony in evidentiary hearings.
Many people who receive tickets in the area of Driving While License Suspended or Revoked feel that the ticket is like a simple "traffic ticket." It is not.
Juvenile law is a specific area of practice. If a minor is in Police custody several things must be remembered. This articles takes one through the important items to note.
Many people do not realize how important it is to make a will, and do not understand the five major ideas to understand when making a will