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Robert Campobasso

Robert Campobasso

Assistant Public Defender

Kendall County Office of the Public Defender

Roselle, IL

Assistant Public Defender at Kendall County Public Defender's Office

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Kendall County Office of the Public Defender

Assistant Public Defender

Conducted 10 felony and misdemeanor jury trials.

Conducted 42 felony and misdemeanor bench trials.

Developed extensive case management skills while handling over 700 criminal misdemeanor, felony, and juvenile cases from discovery stages through trial and sentencing.

Negotiated over 500 cases to successful resolution on behalf of criminal clients.

Interviewed over 700 clients and witnesses in pre-trial settings for purposes of both negotiation and trial preparation.

Researched and drafted over 100 criminal pleadings based on state and federal case, statutory, and constitutional law.

Conducted over 100 hearings on issues related to the increase, reduction and revocation of clients’ bail bond.

Conducted 36 evidentiary hearings in both misdemeanor and juvenile cases involving the constitutional and statutory protections that determined the admissibility of evidence at trial.

Represented criminal clients on issues concerning mental fitness to stand trial from inception to resolution through hearings by both judge and jury.

Represented clients in parental abuse and neglect cases involving their fitness to regain guardianship and wardship of their children.

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Chicago Volunteer Legal Services

Volunteer Attorney

Interviewed clients, conducted necessary research on Illinois Adoption Procedures, and prepared the proper paperwork for an adoption.

The William J. Dennison Law Center

Contract Attorney

Performed both civil and criminal legal research, drafting, and courtroom work on a contract basis.

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McHenry County State's Attorney's Office

Law Clerk Licensed under Supreme Court of Illinois Rule 711

Conducted more than 100 trials as a 711 licensed law clerk.

Conducted approximately 20 evidentiary hearings involving Constitutional protections that determined the admissibility of evidence at trial.

Researched and drafted hundreds legal documents for a variety of civil, juvenile, misdemeanor, and felony matters including several Motions In Limine for major felony cases.

Conducted discovery for approximately 400 civil, traffic, misdemeanor, juvenile, and felony matters.

Interviewed hundreds of witnesses and victims and prepared them for trial testimony.

Negotiated over 400 cases to resolution resulting in guilty pleas and criminal convictions.

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The Law Offices of Daniel K. Taylor

Of Counsel

Procured directed verdict in felony bench trial for criminal client.

The John Marshall Law School

J.D., Law

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Marquette University

BA, Criminology

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