Felony Crimes in Kansas

Olathe Criminal Defense Attorney Protecting Your Rights

Charged with a felony crime in Johnson County or the surrounding area? You are in for a fight and should speak with a trial lawyer who has significant experience in felony criminal defense. A felony charge is a serious matter since convictions often result in a substantial state prison sentence and the loss of numerous rights and privileges. Contact an experienced Johnson County attorney now for a free consultation. We will advise you of your rights and how we can help you protect them in the Kansas court system. These include the right to:

  • Remain silent
  • Talk to attorney
  • An aggressive defense
  • Trial by jury
  • Have witnesses in your defense
  • Confront any witnesses against you
  • Hear and challenge the case against you
  • Appeal

Johnson County felony charges will be litigated in the Johnson County, KS District Court.

Contesting Felony Charges in Johnson County

We are zealous legal advocates dedicated to helping you fight for the best possible result when you have been charged with a felony crime. Felonies may include:

Call 913.232.2518 for Comprehensive Legal Representation

If you have been arrested, charged, or questioned with regard to any crime, you need an experienced, talented criminal defense trial lawyer to assist you. The legal team at Martin & Wallentine is innovative, thinks outside of the box, and is dedicated to protecting your rights. Felony cases may result in prison, probation, jail and more. With our help, your own case may result in an acquittal.

Contact a Johnson County felony crime lawyer to discuss how you can be skillfully represented while fighting your felony charges. We have extensive experience in criminal defense and have represented hundreds of clients throughout Johnson County, including the cities of Olathe, Gardner, Lenexa, Overland Park, Shawnee, Leawood, and Kansas City.

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