GABRIELLE R. SANSONETTI

 Strategic, Hardworking, Experienced Attorney For All Criminal AND CIVIL DEFENSE MATTERS 

Nothing in life is as scary as being charged with a crime or having to defend against a civil complaint. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, Gabrielle Sansonetti is a dedicated, smart, strategic and aggressive attorney who will honestly apprise your case and fight for justice.  While Gabrielle specializes in white collar defense, as the daughter of a teacher and a construction worker she brings her blue-collar values to all her cases. 

 

A highly skilled defense attorney, Gabrielle has worked with and been mentored by the best defense attorneys in Chicago.  With over fifteen years experience in all stages of the criminal process, both state and federal jurisdictions, and civil defense matters, regardless of the gravity of the charge, Gabrielle aggressively fights for the best outcome for every case. 

 

Working hard, strategically negotiating with prosecutors and passionately fighting in court, Gabrielle champions the best defense for every client. She works to the highest standards in her profession, thoroughly researching every issue, presenting every possible argument, and ensuring that the individual's rights are aptly and aggressively protected. No matter is too complicated or too insignificant. All clients receive her best.



 

 

Illinois Super Lawyer & Rising Star Selection

  • 2024 Illinois Super Lawyers
  • 2023 Illinois Super Lawyers
  • 2022 Illinois Super Lawyers
  • 2021 Illinois Super Lawyers
  • 2016 Illinois Rising Stars
  • 2016 Emerging Lawyers-Leading Lawyers Network
  • 2015 Illinois Rising Stars
  • 2015 Emerging Lawyers-Leading Lawyers Network
  • 2014 Illinois Rising Stars
  • 2013 Illinois Rising Stars

MEDIA COVERAGE

Former Kanye West collaborator takes deal from prosecutors, scuttling fraud trial where Ye was a potential witness

By Jason Meisner. Chicago Tribune. 

Trial begins for reputed mobster who rejected plea deal

 

Prosecutors say he helped plot Bridgeport break-in, other robberies

January 20, 2012|By Annie Sweeney, Chicago Tribune reporter
 


Ex-Deputy Harvey Chief of Police Sentenced to 5 Years.

Click for Link to Story Final Arguments in the Sentencing of Tony Debois (click for link to story)

Six Months Prison for Tax-Crime for Blago Administration Official

Chicago Sun Times 11/19/14 Kim Jannson

But Viteri’s lawyer, Gabrielle Sansonetti, noted outside court that Beanie Baby billionaire Ty Warner was earlier this year spared prison despite Warner dodging taxes of $5 million. “Many people have criticized the federal sentencing guidelines,” she said, indicating that Viteri, who evaded taxes of approximately $84,000, may appeal.

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