Our practice is limited to Federal Criminal Defense at the Agency, Administrative, District Court, Appellate Court, and Supreme Court levels.
Federal criminal cases are comprised of many stages from the Initial Investigations and Interviews through Target Letters, Grand Jury Appearances, Complaints, Indictments, Detention Hearings, Preliminary Hearings, Pretrial Practice, Trial, Sentencing, and Appeals.
At each stage, negotiations with government agents and prosecutors may be critical to the government's position, how the case proceeds and how the client and his/her actions are treated.
For over forty years, Steven Robert Shanin, Attorney at Law, has successfully represented clients accused of violating Federal law, often concluding a case before it goes further than the initial investigation.
B.S. Economics University of Illinois
J.D. Loyola University of Chicago, School of Law
Instructor University of Chicago, The Law School
Instructor National Rifle Association
Federal Defender Mentoring Board
Supreme Court of the United States
United States Appellate Court for the Seventh Circuit
United States Appellate Court for the Ninth Circuit
United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
United States Tax Court
Supreme Court of Illinois
American Law & Economics Association
Illinois State Bar Association