Harvey County, Kansas Criminal Lawyers
Mr. Joseph's practice is concentrated in the defense of persons charged with crimes in federal and state courts, including mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, securities fraud, drug crimes, pornography prosecutions, and related civil matters, including property and asset forfeiture. His practice also includes complex civil litigation, primarily in federal court.
John E. Stang is a Kansas native who earned his J.D. from the Washburn University School of Law, and his undergraduate degree in Accounting and Business Administration at the University of Kansas. He was admitted to practice law in 1988 and has maintained an active criminal practice since that time. In addition to being licensed in both the Federal and State courts of Kansas, he is also admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States. He is an active member in the Wichita Bar Association, Kansas...
Jon McConnell was inspired to pursue law because of an inherent need to help others. His father is a pastor, and Jon knew at an early age that he would either follow in his father’s footsteps or become a defense attorney. However, Jon feels the most reward when he protects someone who is at the lowest point of their lives. They don’t have a friend in the world and have nowhere else to turn. Helping others brings out the best in Jon. In order to do the most good, Jon fulfilled his calling by becoming an attorney. Jon doesn’t pass...
Kenneth Newton is a native of Wichita, educated in Wichita Public Schools and a graduate of North High School. Upon graduation, he enrolled in Kansas State University, where he studied Finance and Accounting, graduating with a degree in Finance in 1987. Ken always intended to go to law school upon graduation and graduated from Washburn Law School in 1992. Ken has defended the rights of clients charged with criminal offenses for over twenty years. After graduating from law school, Ken worked for the Rumsey Law Office for three years, representing clients in criminal, civil, and municipal litigation. In 1996,...
I handle Misdemeanor and Felony cases as well as Probation Violations. Specifically, I handle DUI, Domestic Violence, Drug Possession, Petty Theft, Driving While Suspended, and Driving Without Insurance cases as well as other Traffic Violations and Speeding Tickets. I, also, do Misdemeanor and Felony Expungements.
I limit my practice to representation of persons charged with a criminal offense. I am admitted to Practice in the State of Kansas, U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas, 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. We are here to help you if you are charged with a crime.
(316) 265-5115 Wichita, KS 67202
Our lawyer has practiced law for over 30 years. We are a Christian lawfirm, and we practice Christian values. We take great pride in working hard for our clients and providing great personal communication. We have an A+ team that helps ensure we go above and beyond for our clients.
Mr. Meek’s practice is focused on the defense of individuals accused of crimes, with an emphasis on DUI and traffic crimes. Casey is a well known member of the Kansas Bar Association, the Douglas County Bar Association, and the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
Sedgwick County, KS Criminal Law Attorney with 13 years experience
1041 N. Waco
Wichita, KS 67203
Wichita, KS 67203
John B. Sullivan has practiced criminal law almost exclusively since 2005. He has tried over forty-five jury trials throughout various counties in the state of Kansas. He has tried cases in both state and federal courts. He is a fierce advocate, a skilled litigator and a force to be reckoned with in the courtroom. He is a firm believer in the personal rights afforded to us all by the United States Constitution and he will fight to protect those rights in every case he handles. John B. Sullivan grew up in Ardmore, Oklahoma, a small town in the Southern part of...
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