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Criminal Defense

Kansas and Missouri Criminal Defense Attorney

Rarely, if ever, are criminal investigations conducted in the manner as portrayed on police dramas like "CSI," "Law and Order," or "Bones." Most police departments face budgetary and manpower constraints that impact the ability of the authorities to check alternative leads, track down all witnesses, and perform all necessary forensic tests.

Additionally, the police are working under time constraints; it is important to complete the investigation as soon as possible. The police often assess whatever preliminary evidence is available to them and form a preliminary conclusion regarding what they believe happened. This becomes the "working theory." Too often, evidence that contradicts the "working theory" is ignored in favor of evidence they believe strengthens their case. Here, circumstantial evidence that isn't supported by any hard, physical evidence can quickly lead to an innocent person's being indicted.

At the Stone Law Office, located in Kansas City, Kansas, we provide effective legal representation to residents of Kansas and Missouri. We regularly consult with forensic experts, lab technician, hair and fiber analysts, weapons experts, and other professionals in defending people accused of the following:

Federal drug crimes

Traffic violations

Drug offenses

Driver's License Suspension / Revocation

DUI/drunk driving

Probation violations

Murder/homicide

Burglary or theft

Assault and battery

Arson

Domestic Battery

Kidnapping

Juvenile crimes

Forgery

Weapons offenses

Record expungement

Conspiracy to Possess / Distribute Drugs

Criminal appeals

If you have been charged, or you are under investigation for a crime, contact the Stone Law Office immediately to protect your rights.

Free Consultation • 913-281-6601 • Direct Access to an Attorney

MAINTAIN YOUR RIGHTS!

If convicted of a felony, you will lose certain civil liberties, including:

  • The right to own or possess a firearm: Both the federal and state courts adhere to strict sentencing guidelines that prohibit a convicted felon from exercising his or her constitutional right to bear arms.
  • The right to vote: Your voice in our democratic nation will be lost. Convicted felons are limited in their right to vote.
  • The right to freedom from search and seizure: Based on the severity of the crime committed and in accordance with state and federal sentencing guidelines, if convicted of the criminal charges against you, a judge will either sentence you to prison or place you on probation. While on probation or parole, your supervising officer has the right to enter and search your property for any unlawful items. If the officers find any, you may face further charges or revocation of your probation.

Once the police charge you, you have just one chance to get your defense right. You need an experienced criminal defense lawyer dedicated to vigorously defending your rights. The Stone Law Office, led by Attorney Gary D. Stone, is not afraid to take your case all the way to trial. As a former Assistant District Attorney for Wyandotte County, Kansas, Mr. Stone has the depth of knowledge and experience necessary to defend you against damaging criminal charges.

Responsive, Aggressive Representation: 913-281-6601

Contact the criminal defense Stone Law Office, of Kansas City, Kansas, to speak with a Kansas and Missouri trial lawyer about your criminal defense. The initial consultation is free, so you have nothing to lose — and everything to gain.

Office Location:

Stone Law Office
New Brotherhood Bank Bldg.
753 State Avenue, Suite 388
Kansas City, KS 66101

Cell Phone: 816-516-8000
Phone: 913-281-6601
Fax: 913-281-6602

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Stone Law Office in Kansas City, Kansas, provides criminal defense to clients in the Kansas City, Kansas, metro area, including Lenexa, Overland Park, Shawnee, Lansing, Mission, Merriam, and Leavenworth, and represents both Kansas and Missouri residents charged with federal crimes.