Angelo F. Del Marto
Angelo F. Del Marto received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from DePaul University in 1973, and his Masters of Art degree in Special Education from Northeastern Illinois University in 1979. He graduated from John Marshall Law School in 1985, and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1985. Mr. Del Marto was admitted to the Trial Bar of the United States Federal Court for the Northern District of Illinois in 1992.
Mr. Del Marto retired as a sergeant after 29 years of service with the Chicago Police Department. Throughout his career in law enforcement, he has received 76 honorable mentions and a Department commendation. He also revised the “Disaster Manual” for O’Hare Airport, Midway Airport and Meigs Airport in 1993.
Mr. Del Marto serves as one of the firm’s municipal prosecutors. In addition, he has extensive litigation experience with contractual disputes, the Uniform Commercial Code, forcible entry and detainer actions, truck overweight defense and internal investigations related to employee misconduct allegations.
Mr. Del Marto has also done License Revocation Administrative Hearings and Police and Fire Commission Hearing, and is certified as an Administrative Hearing Officer. He has handled the §1983 defense of Police Officers and the published appeals of Rohter v. Passarella, People v. Kautz, Gumma v. White in the Illinois Supreme Court, and the non-published appeal of Glendale Heights v. Massey.
Prior to being admitted to the bar, Mr. Del Marto served as an intern to the Cook County State’s Attorney and prosecuted criminal cases.
Mr. Del Marto is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association. He serves as a member of the Board of Governors for the West Suburban Bar Association.