Welcome to the website of attorney Ronald D. Dolak.
Mr. Dolak has been representing people accused of crimes since 1995.
Mr. Dolak’s criminal defense practice focuses on educating the accused about their
rights and their options in the criminal justice system. Removing the mystery of the
courts allows one to make better decisions and leads to better results for you.
Mr. Dolak has over 16 years of experience in the field of criminal defense and has tried
hundreds of cases before juries and judges. Over the years, Mr. Dolak has successfully
handled all types of crimes from traffic tickets to murder cases and everything in
In 2010, the Chief Judge’s Office appointed Mr. Dolak as Kane County’s primary
criminal conflict counsel representing clients when a conflict arises with the Public
Defenders’ office and he continues to hold that position. Mr. Dolak also held this
position in 2005.
For several years, Mr. Dolak has handled criminal appeals as a panel attorney for the
Second and Third District Appellate Defender’s Offices.
Mr. Dolak offers zealous representation at a reasonable cost. Payment plans are
Please explore the rest of this website to learn more about Mr. Dolaks’ practice, his
professional background and what he can offer you in defending your case.
Please contact Mr. Dolak by telephone ((630) 262-9655 or (630) 845-8825) or
e-mail for a FREE CONSULTATION.
In 2010, Mr. Dolak joined the firm KONICEK & DILLON, P.C. in order to provide more
diverse representation to client across Illinois.
KONICEK & DILLON, P.C. provides representation in matters such as auto accidents,
personal injury, nursing home cases, legal and medical malpractice and many other
areas. Visit the firm’s website at www.konicekdillonlaw.com for more information.
Thanks for visiting.
ALL CRIMINAL CASES
- KANE COUNTY
- DEKALB COUNTY
- DUPAGE COUNTY
- KENDALL COUNTY
21 W. State Street
Geneva, IL 60134
(630) 262-9655 or (630) 845-8825
Fax: (630) 262-9659
e-mail mail me at:
7 Questions to Ask Before You Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer
1. What experience does the attorney have in the criminal defense field?
I have been an attorney for over sixteen years and have focused on criminal defense for the entire time.
I do not dabble in criminal law, nor have I ever been a prosecutor. Defending the accused constitutes more than 90% of my practice.
I have successfully tried cases before juries and judges from Speeding to Murder and everything in between.
2. Does this attorney possess adequate knowledge about criminal defense issues?
I am a member of the Illinois State and Kane County Bar Associations and utilize their services and others to remain up-to-date in all the current trends of criminal law.
3. What experience does this attorney have in the county where I was arrested?
I concentrate my practice to Kane, DuPage, Kendall and DeKalb Counties. I can provide referrals for other counties if necessary.
4. How much does the attorney charge for his services?
My office establishes fees based on the class of the pending charge.
I will explain to you the cost of my services and what is included in that price quote.
I offer flat rates and allow reasonable payment plans. My office accepts cash, money orders and checks.
5. Am I comfortable with the attorney?
My initial consultation is free of charge, so there is no risk to you to meet with me concerning your case.
I will take the time to explain all of your options and all of their consequences.
In most cases, you, as the accused, must make the final decision as to how the case will proceed.
However, you cannot make that decision unless you get honest and reliable information concerning the charges.
Although not always popular, I will not “sugarcoat” answers to your questions nor will I exaggerate what I can do for you.
6. Is the attorney readily available to me?
I will handle your case personally and pledge to respond to your calls and letters in a timely fashion. I am often in my office seven days a week.
7. Can you guarantee me a specific outcome?
No. No Illinois attorney can guarantee the outcome of a case. This is not allowed by the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct that guide the actions of all licensed Illinois attorneys. However, after reviewing the facts and circumstances of your case, we can usually get a very good idea of a possible outcome.
I invite you to call my office at your convenience, so that we may discuss your case in greater detail.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.