Attorney Alexander Ivakhnenko provides comprehensive expert representation to diverse clients who are charged with criminal offenses. Attorney Alexander Ivakhnenko also concentrates in U.S. immigration law and assists clients with U.S. immigration benefits such as lawful permanent residency (green cards), family-based adjustment, employment-based visas, asylum petitions and U.S. naturalization applications.
Attorney Alexander Ivakhnenko admitted to represent clients in U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Federal District Court of Northern District of Illinois, U.S. immigration courts and Illinois courts.
Attorney Alexander Ivakhnenko combines practical court experience, diligence and energetic perseverance to defend client’s constitutional rights at procedural and judicial junctions. Attorney Alexander Ivakhnenko practices a litigation strategy to ensure a fair court proceeding for the client.
Attorney Alexander Ivakhnenko approaches litigation only after carefully examining relevant facts and completing the case analysis. Only after that the attorney advises reasonably available options in the best interest for the client under each individual criminal case scenario to preserve the client’s legal rights.
Attorney Alexander Ivakhnenko offers attentive legal representation during criminal charges of felonies and misdemeanors which upon conviction carry more than typical penal ramifications for the charged party:
- Driving under the influence charges (DUI)
- Possession of controlled substances with intent to deliver and drugs conspiracy
- Asset forfeitures
He used his unique excellent language skills in both Russian and Ukrainian languages and analytical abilities as a linguist working on criminal federal cases in Illinois, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Colorado and New York. He served as a recognized language expert witness in fedeal cases on organized crime, visa fraud, conspiracies involving testimony in Russian and Ukrainian languages.
Additionally, the U.S. Assistant Attorney Office used his assistance on federal trials involving wire fraud, money laundering, visa and medical fraud and other federal crimes.
Attorney Ivakhnenko graduated from the College of Law at DePaul University in 2005. Expanding his professional expertise and cross-cultural experience he took summer law courses at Moscow State University in Moscow in 2002, Russia and studied at the Loyola University Rome campus in 2004 in Italy.
Attorney Ivakhnenko actively participates in the Chicago Bar Association activities. He attends the CBA Criminal and Immigration Law Committee Sections regularly for legal updates.
Also he volunteered as a pro bono tutor for the Minority Legal Educational Resources at Northwestern University for several years assisting recent law school graduates to pass the Illinois Bar Exam and participates in the DePaul College of Law Alumni Mentorship programs.
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