Illinois Defense Attorney Katherine Drummond
The Drummond Law criminal and family law defense firm in Southern Illinois is led by attorney Katherine Drummond. Katherine is a ferocious champion of justice who has dedicated her career to protecting the rights of individuals in Illinois.
Katherine Drummond, a former prosecutor turned trial lawyer and criminal defense attorney with experience in over 100 high profile cases, became a part of Drummond Law in February 2022 after a successful tenure with an Iowa firm. She received her B.A. in English from Knox College and her Juris Doctor from the Dwayne O. Andrews School of Law, Barry University. She is a member of The Top 100 Trial Lawyers; has been nominated and selected as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers since 2013; has been nominated and selected to the National Trial Lawyers top 40 under 40 since 2014; is a member of the National Top Lawyers Top 25 Criminal Trial Lawyers; and is the Second Vice President of the Illinois Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Other Drummond Law Attorneys in Illinois
Drummond Law LLC was founded by Pete Drummond in the 1970s. He has represented clients in Criminal Defense, Traffic Violations, and Civil Litigation, as well as with Social Security Disability and Worker’s Compensation since this time and has grown Drummond Law LLC to what it is today.
In addition, Bradley Bauer is an Associate Attorney at Drummond Law LLC. Mr. Bauer graduated summa cum laude from Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science in 2011 and graduated magna cum laude from SIU School of Law in 2014. He began working at Drummond Law in 2009 as an intern and continued to work there throughout law school. His work with Pete has allowed him to gain expertise in the areas of Criminal Defense, Traffic Violations, Civil Litigation, Social Security Disability and Workers’ Compensation.
In addition to Criminal Defense, Traffic Violations, and Civil Litigation, Drummond Law also represents clients in matters including Disability and Workers’ Compensation, Driver’s License Reinstatements, Wills and Trusts, and Powers of Attorney for both Healthcare and Property.