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Shiller, Preyar, Jarad & Samuels is a unique firm specializing in civil rights, immigration, criminal, and civil law. Whether our clients are suffering at the hands of the police, working to secure their immigration status or battling DUIs, the attorneys at SPJS Law provide tireless and dedicated attention to those who need it most. Our attorneys are supported by a friendly and helpful staff. We work as a team to help you get the justice you deserve.

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Community Sues to Stop Police Funding Based on Multiple Violations of Law By City

The organizations and individuals that make up the #NoCopAcademy coalition filed suit today to stop tomorrow afternoon’s expected Chicago City Council vote to fund a new police facility. “The City,

City Rejects No Cop Academy Offer to Drop Lawsuit In Return For Assurance To Follow The Law In The Future

Yesterday, the #NoCopAcademy Coalition offered the City of Chicago to drop its Open Meetings Act lawsuit in return for a two-sentence statement from Alderman Carrie Austin that she would promise

The Fight for Citizenship Continues for Army Vet

Today, deportation proceedings uncerimoniously began for Miguel Perez-Montes His family was not notified so as to allow them to bring him money or clothing as is the usual protocaol. His

Army Miguel Perez Granted Citizenship Interview

After 18 months of suffering in ICE custody, Army veteran Miguel Perez has a citizenship interview on Thursday March 15. If approved Mr. Perez will be a citizen as of

Update on the Condition of Army Veteran Miguel Perez

“If you’re going to put your hand on your hearts every time at a game, you’re going to say thank you for your service and wear American flag lapel pins

2017 HIGHLIGHTS: U.S.A. v. Perez-Montes

Yesterday, Chris Bergin, lead immigration attorney at Shiller Preyar Law Offices (SPLO), was back in immigration appeals court fighting to save a United States Army veteran from deportation. A decision

2017 HIGHLIGHTS: U.S.A. v Baggett

In June, Shiller Preyar Law Offices’ (SPLO) Brendan Shiller and Stephen Berrios convinced a federal judge to throw out a gun charge and rightfully released SPLO’s client to his wife

2017 HIGHLIGHTS: Lino v. President Donald J. Trump Et. Al

“Christmas is supposed to be about Christianity and supporting a stranger in a strange land. Jesus’ family was forced to flee, and if everybody had said no you can’t come