I have had a trial practice since 1993, handling commercial disputes, estate... more
I have had a trial practice since 1993, handling commercial disputes, estate contests, emergency litigation, and criminal defense in Du Page County, Illinois and surrounding state courts, as well as the federal court in Chicago. I have won many valuable settlements, judgments, and jury verdicts in civil cases, as well as numerous aquittals for clients accused of criminal offenses from judges an... view profile
Serving my clients is the most rewarding aspect of my work as an attorney. When... more
Serving my clients is the most rewarding aspect of my work as an attorney. When clients seek my help I will not only give them their legal options, but recommend a course to follow taking into account the client's needs.
Christina Morrison joined Day & Robert, P.C. in 2007 following her graduation from... more
Christina Morrison joined Day & Robert, P.C. in 2007 following her graduation from Chicago-Kent College of Law and her admission to the Illinois bar. After receiving a BA in Sociology from Lincoln University, Christina worked as a state social worker for abused and neglected children before embarking on her law school career. While at Chicago-Kent, Christina was recognized with the CALI Excell... view profile
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