David Studenroth is an accomplished Lawyer with 30 years Criminal Law Experience. He is a former Cook County Gang Crimes Prosecutor who prosecuted Gang Murder cases in Chicago were he went against many of best Criminal Defense Attorneys in Cook County. He currently owns and operates the Law Offices of David Studenroth in Park Ridge, where he concentrates in Criminal Defense. He has tried over 70 Felony Jury Trials, thousands of Bench Trial and has extensive courtroom experience. This experience from both the prosecution and defense sides of the Criminal Justice System makes David extremely qualified to be a judge and would bring balance to the bench.
David is highly recommended, qualified, and recommended by the following organizations:
Highly Recommended: by the Decalogue Society of Lawyers, the Northfield Bar Association, and the Puerto Rican Bar Association of Illinois
Qualified: by the Chicago Bar Association, the Chicago Council of Lawyers, and the Illinois State Bar Association
Recommended: by the Asian American Bar Association of Greater Chicago, the Black Women’s Lawyers’ Association of Greater Chicago, the Cook County Bar Association, the Hellenic Bar Association of Illinois, the Lesbian and Gay Bar Association of Chicago, and the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois
Attorney David Studenroth received the Illinois State Crime Commission’s 2017 JIM RYAN AWARD FOR PUBLIC INTEGRITY. He was honored at the TWENTY FIRST ANNUAL SALUTE TO THOSE WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE awards dinner on Wednesday, June 21st at the Drury Lane in Oak Brook.
“Our honorees represent Illinois’ best individual leaders, as well as champions from government and industry. They are well deserving of the recognition, having distinguished themselves with outstanding contributions to our communities throughout Illinois,” says ISCC/PAL Executive Director Jerry Elsner.
Mr. Studenroth is a community-minded family man who has been married to his wife for 23 years and is a father of three. He has generously given of his time to coaching the Glenview Jr. Titians football team and the Glenview Park District Boys and Girls basketball teams, as well as participating in various lectures focused on educating his community’s youth about the consequences of breaking the law and preventing crime.
“I am deeply moved to be receiving such a significant honor,” said Studenroth. “I believe that it is my duty to help the young people of our community in any way that I can. They need to understand the long term consequences of their actions, and how to make a difference with their lives. When they win, we win.”
About The Illinois State Crime Commission: Founded in 1994, The Illinois State Crime Commission/Police Athletic League of Illinois is a non-profit guided youth organization, with a mission to reduce juvenile delinquency and promote positive interaction between law enforcement and communities, relying heavily on athletics and recreational activities to tighten this bond. The Commission’s goal is to offer insightful, creative legislative solutions and assist law enforcement agencies to prevent crime in our communities through a unique blend of awareness and activities.
The 12th Judicial Subcircuit is comprised of Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, Glencoe, Glenview, Kenilworth, Maine, Northbrook, Northfield, NW Park Ridge, Prospect Heights, Wheeling, Wilmette, and Winnetka. Click on the links below for a map and for the Cook County precinct finder.