Gardiner Koch Weisberg & Wrona represents clients in all types of criminal matters. Tom Gardiner has tried a great variety of cases over the course of his career, including misconduct by public officials, bribery, financial crimes, solicitation to commit murder, and drug cases. Many of these cases involved tape recorded conversations. He and others in the firm have defended securities fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, and embezzlement cases, among others. Because of the firm’s expertise in civil and criminal matters, GKWW has often represented parties or companies facing administrative investigations that may have criminal implications.

Learn more about our experience with wrongful convictions here.

The firm also represents individuals in felony and misdemeanor cases of all types. Most significantly, the firm argued the criminal case of Illinois v. Wardlow in the United States Supreme Court. The Wardlow case is one of the most cited cases relating to police stops in the country.

In addition to representing clients in criminal cases, the firm has an active practice involving civil suits on behalf of those who were improperly convicted of crimes. GKWW handles wrongful conviction cases, malicious prosecution cases, and the like. GKWW litigators were part of a team of lawyers who won one of the largest wrongful conviction verdicts in the nation.

Since our establishment in 1992, Gardiner Koch Weisberg & Wrona has brought a sophisticated, well-knit mosaic of expertise to bear in several practice areas. We are aggressive, ethical advisers who get things done.

To arrange a consultation with one of our experienced and knowledgeable staff, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.


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