John P. Yetter, Illinois Criminal Defense Lawyer

John Yetter, Illinois Criminal Defense Lawyers

John P. Yetter, Partner

Wheaton, Rolling Meadows and St. Charles, Illinois

Office: 630-858-8840 / 847-490-9140

Cell:    630-661-0350

Email: john@brucaryetter.com

John Yetter has spent nearly fifteen years in the practice of criminal defense. Since graduating near the top of his class from the University of Dayton School of Law in 1996 he has made it his goal to provide the best defense available for people prosecuted by the government. He earned admission to the Illinois Bar in 1996, the United States District Court in 2003 and the United States Supreme Court in 2006. Currently his practice includes State and Federal criminal litigation, administrative law and state and federal appeals.

As a public defender John was assigned to a variety of special courts. He spent years in DUI court and domestic violence court. He then spent extended periods in general courtrooms where he was involved in the defense of people charged with crimes ranging from speeding tickets to capital murder. After doing hundreds of motions and trials, he entered private practice.

For the last ten years he has defended juveniles and adults all over Illinois in both State and Federal courts. He has handled major felony cases in no less than fifteen counties in Illinois.

He has a proven, unparalleled track record in helping individuals regain their right to drive and has published widely on the issues facing individuals with driver’s license problems. From circuit court motions and judgment negotiations to hearings before the Secretary of State, his level of success is singular. Very recently a client of Mr. Yetter had his driving privileges returned after his fourth DUI.

Since 1999 he and Wayne Brucar have built the Firm of Brucar & Yetter into a recognized leader in providing high quality defenses to complex prosecutions through the use of an extensive network of experts and high level trial skills. John has practiced throughout Illinois and has practiced in the United States Supreme Court.