How Can I Be Charged with Assault if I Didn’t Hurt Anyone?
For many people, one of the most surprising things about the crime of assault in Kansas is that you do not actually have to hurt anyone in order to be found guilty in court. In fact, physical harm—whether through physical contact or the use of a weapon—is not an “element” […]
Dealing With Sexual Assault Accusations
In the wake of all the sexual assault and abuse allegations that have been made recently, many of the accused individuals have been fired from their jobs or have become the subjects of legal investigations. The victims of abuse have rallied public support behind them, launching the social media movement […]
What Happens if You Violate the Terms of Parole and Probation?
If you have had no experience with the Kansas criminal system, our Johnson County criminal defense attorney is well aware it can be confusing to distinguish between parole and probation, and it can be even more difficult to understand what each term means for your specific case. Parole and probation […]
What Happens When You Don’t Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney?
When facing a criminal charge in Johnson County, Kansas, you have two options: (i) you can hire a criminal defense attorney to represent you, or (ii) you can try to handle your case on your own. While some criminal defendants choose to represent themselves (referred to as pro se representation), […]