Dominick R. Dolci focuses his practice on criminal defense litigation and civil litigation.
Dom graduated from John Marshall law school in 1990. He began his legal training in the Cook County State's Attorney's Office where he worked at 26th and California. He then transferred his legal talents to the DuPage County State's Attorney's Office where he worked under future Attorney General, Jim Ryan.
- John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois – Juris Doctorate
- Southern Illinois University – Bachelor of Arts
Dom soon realized his heart and true calling wasn't in prosecuting people, but in defending those who have been accused by the government of committing crimes. He joined his father and brother, both attorneys, and began his very successful legal career.
Over a decade ago, he partnered up with veteran prosecutor Patrick Weiland and formed The Law Offices of Dolci & Weiland. Combining their considerable talents and diverse backgrounds, Dom and Pat started what has gone on to be recognized as one of the premier litigation firms in the state.
Seasoned Trial Lawyer
Dom is a fighter; he enjoys and employs bare knuckled litigation in the court room. Whether taking a serious felony or DUI successfully to jury trial, or using his considerable experience to force an opponent to yield in a divorce or civil case, Dolci is found almost weekly in courthouses across the state on trial. His trial record compares favorably to almost any attorney in the state, either in the sheer volume of the cases he tries or in getting outstanding results for his clients.
When you hire Dolci & Weiland you can be assured that you are getting a team of true, experienced trial lawyers who will leave no stone unturned in working to achieve the goals you have for your case.
Areas of Practice
- Drug Crimes
- Domestic Battery
- Sex Crimes
- Retail Theft
- Juvenile Crimes
- White Collar Crimes
- Bank Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Legal Separation
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Estates & Trusts
- Post Decree Actions
Recent Blog Posts
How Does Custody Work in Illinois When a Child is Sick?
Are Your Divorce Records Accessible to the Public in Illinois?
When a Sentence for a DUI Conviction Effectively Results in Life in Prison
The New York Times Confirmed It: Alcohol Breath Tests Aren't Reliable
How to Refuse a Search When Stopped by Illinois Police