Marc Gottreich:


Criminal Defense Attorney

Marc grew up and attended Law School in Chicago. After five years in the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office prosecuting felony criminal cases, he opened the practice with Timothy Grace.

Over the last 15 years, Marc has defended countless people charged with all levels of crimes in Cook, the surrounding counties, and Federal Court. Marc has tried more than 100 juries in his career.

Bar Admissions
  • State of Illinois, 1994
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, 1994
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, 2001
  • Federal Trial Bar
  • Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1994
  • Grinnell College, 1989

Client Testimonials:

"Police raided my house on a search warrant and charged me with the guns they found. Marc proved to the Jury the guns were not mine and won."

November, 2017 - People v. Naseef (17CR6751)

"Chicago Detectives put a Murder on me just because I looked like someone in a video. Marc took the case to trial and beat the Murder."

March, 2018 - People v. Johnson (16CR7133)

"Chicago Police stopped and searched my car for no reason. I was charged with Armed Habitual. Marc proved to the Judge they had no right to search my car."

June, 2018 - People vs. Davis (17CR12746)

"Me and my rappy were charged with murder. We both went to trial, and the Jury found me NOT GUILTY. Thank God I had Marc as my attorney, my rappy was not as fortunate."

March, 2017 - People v. Dixon (14CR04928)

"Maywood Police found a gun in the car and put it on me because of my background. Marc showed that the cops were lying at trial and beat the case."

February, 2017 - People v. Shines (16CR7261)

"Chicago Police charged me with Armed Habitual. Marc didn't like the Judge I had so he took it to Jury and won."

September, 2015 - People v. Butler (13CR10044)