John L. Fioti
Roscich & Martel Law Firm, LLC

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John L. Fioti

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Of Counsel

John L. Fioti is a 1988 graduate of Elmhurst College, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Economics.  He graduated from DePaul University, College of Law in 1991.  He was admitted to practice law in the State of Illinois in 1991 as well as the Northern District of Illinois.  He is principally engaged in the fields of criminal law, municipal law, real estate and personal injury.

John began his career at the Cook County State's Attorney's Office as a law clerk in 1989.  Before starting his own practice in 2006, John served as an Assistant State's Attorney in Cook County from 1991 to 2006, prosecuting cases in the felony, misdemeanor and traffic divisions, including jury prosecutions to verdict in the Criminal Division and Special Prosecutions Bureau-Arson Task Force. John also served in the Criminal Appellate Division where he authored over thirty briefs and presented oral arguments before the Illinois Appellate Court on various cases

John currently serves as the City Prosecutor for the City of Oakbrook Terrace.  He also serves as the Administrative Adjudicator for the Village of Carol Stream. John has also served as interim prosecutor for the City of East Dundee and substitute prosecutor for the Village of Oak Brook. John is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association where he has served three terms as an elected member of the General Assembly.  He is also a member of the DuPage County Bar Association, the West Suburban Bar Association and the Justinian Society of Lawyers.  Mr. Fioti currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Italian American Political Coalition (IAPC) and is also serving his second elected term on the Board of Directors for the Carol Stream Chamber of Commerce. John also frequently serves as an Arbitrator in Cook, DuPage and Kane Counties where he has been "chair qualified" to preside over the Arbitration Hearings.

John has previously served as Planning Commissioner, Police Commissioner and as an elected Village Trustee for the Village of Carol Stream, Illinois.

With over 25 years litigation experience, John Fioti has handled all types of criminal matters from indictment to disposition.  He is committed to providing his clients with the best possible representation while maintaining competitive and reasonable professional fees.  Attorney Fioti has a proven track record of obtaining positive results for his clients. 

Practice Areas:

Bar Admissions:

  • Illinois, 1991
  • Northern District of Illinois, 1991

Professional Experience:

  • Of Counsel, Roscich & Martel Law Firm, LLC, 2016 – Present
  • Principal Attorney, Law Offices of John L. Fioti, 2006 – Present
  • City Prosecutor, City of Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
  • Administrative Adjudicator, Village of Carol Stream, Illinois
  • Assistant State's Attorney, Cook County, 1991 - 2006
    • Criminal Division, 1991-1996
    • Special Prosecutions Bureau, Arson Task Force, 1997 - 2001
    • Civil Division - Real Estate Tax Unit, 2001 - 2006
  • Represented the Cook County Assessor, Cook County Treasurer and County Clerk in All Areas of Real Estate Tax Litigation
  • Represented the County of Cook at the Property Tax Appeal Board
  • Represented the County of Cook in Federal Bankruptcy Court

Special Qualifications:

  • Chair Qualified Arbitrator for the Circuit Court of Cook County
  • Chair Qualified Arbitrator for the Circuit Court of DuPage County
  • Chair Qualified Arbitrator for the Circuit Court of Kane County

Professional Associations and Members:

  • Illinois State Bar Association, Three Elected Terms on General Assembly
  • DuPage County Bar Association
  • West Suburban Bar Association
  • Justinian Society of Lawyers

Civic Experience:

  • Elected Village Trustee - Village of Carol Stream, 2001 - 2003
  • Board of Directors, Italian American Political Coalition
  • Board of Directors, Carol Stream Chamber of Commerce
  • Board of Police and Fire Commissioners (Former)
  • Board of Planning Commissioners (Former)
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