Johnson County Attorney For Criminal Restraint Charges
What Is Criminal Restraint?
Someone may be charged with criminal restraint when he or she restricts or prevents the free movement of another person. Even something as simple as standing in front of a door and preventing someone from leaving can be considered criminal restraint.
While criminal restraint charges may seem flimsy, prosecutors often use them to strengthen weak cases. Furthermore, the courts tend to severely punish individuals found guilty of criminal restraint. As such, a skilled lawyer familiar with these types of cases is your best chance at obtaining a good outcome.
Attorney Jerry Merrill represents clients in and around Johnson County, Kansas, charged with criminal restraint and related domestic violence charges. Having worked as a former prosecutor, Jerry understands how to effectively defend clients against these serious crimes.
Acting Quickly On Your Behalf
A criminal restraint conviction carries the possibility of jail and can make it difficult to find employment or sign a lease. For those reasons, it is especially vital to contact Jerry Merrill with questions as soon as possible after an arrest. Having skilled representation from the beginning is often one of the keys to protecting your present and future interests.
Whatever the circumstances of your arrest, Johnson County Criminal Defense Attorney, Jerry Merrill, can help. For answers to your questions, schedule a free consultation with Jerry by calling 913-381-2085 or by contacting the firm online.