Congratulations to Lawyers of Distinction member, Raymond Wigell, Esq., of Chicago, Illinois, who was asked to be the legal consultant to the American Chinese Restaurant Institute (ACRI). The ACRI’s mission is to promote and develop American restaurants in China & Chinese restaurants in America. Raymond was on a 9 day 3 city trip meeting with local officials, dignitaries and top restauranteurs from Shanghai, Beijing & Cheng Du. As part of the ACRI tour, Raymond visited the Wangjiadu Food Sichuan Shenghuitong Food Industry Co., Ltd. where he participated in a traditional signing of the cooperation agreement
Mr. Wigell is a criminal defense lawyer in Chicago, Illinois. He has over 40 years of experience in the practice of law. Raymond graduated from the John Marshal Law School and DePaul University College of Law. His firm handles various Criminal Defense matters such as: Cyber Crimes, Sex crimes, Internet, Computers, Possession of Child Porn, Distribution of Child Pornography, Production of Child Porn, Transportation of Child Porn, Sex Trafficking, Sexual Abuse or Assault, Cyber Stalking, Grooming, Solicitation of a Minor, Prostitution, Solicitation of a Prostitute, Mail Fraud, Wire Fraud, Insurance Fraud, Health Care Fraud, Medicare Fraud, Medicaid Fraud, Income Tax Fraud, Income Tax Evasion, Financial Loan Fraud, Forgery,Theft, Possession of Controlled Substances (Drugs), Possession with intent to distribute Drugs, Possession of Synthetic Drugs, Possession of “Club” “Designer” Drugs, Criminal Drug Conspiracy, Possession of weapons (Guns, UUW), Money Laundering and White Collar crimes and Violent crimes.
Mr. Wigell has appeared and represented clients in over 34 of the 102 Illinois counties. Currently, he represents clients in Cook County, Will County, DuPage County, Kankakee County, Ogle County, LaSalle County and Grundy County, Illinois. Mr. Wigell also represents clients in Federal Courts such as: Federal District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the Federal District Court for the Central District of Illinois, and the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Indiana.