- The right to remain silent
- The right to talk to an attorney
- The right to an aggressive defense
- The right to trial by jury
- The right to have witnesses in your defense
- The right to confront any witnesses against you
- The right to hear and challenge the case against you
- The right to appeal
Johnson County District Court is located at:
100 N. Kansas
Olathe, Kansas 66061
The Johnson County Courthouse is located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Santa Fe Street and Kansas Avenue. It is located directly across the street from our law firm.
Johnson County Courthouse web site
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Johnson County, Kansas Car Wrecks
If your car auto accident occurred in Johnson County, then the case will be in the Johnson County District Court. Also, even if the wreck occurred outside the county, the case might still be in Johnson County if one or more of the parties reside in Johnson County. However, venue will probably be most appropriate where the automobile accident happened. Contact our law firm to speak with a personal injury attorney who has handled many car wreck cases.
Johnson County, KS Divorce and Family Law
If you or your spouse reside in Johnson County, (Olathe, Overland Park, Leawood, Lenexa, etc) your family law case will likely be held in the Johnson County District Court. Divorce Attorney Richard Martin is our experienced family law lawyer who can assist you with divorce legal matters.
Kansas Criminal Defense Lawyer Helping People Throughout Johnson County, KS
Felony crime cases in Johnson County are heard in the individual District Court Divisions. If your charge is a misdemeanor or traffic crime, it will likely initially be heard by a magistrate judge instead of a district judge. The Traffic Court Department of the Johnson County District Court hears misdemeanor DUI, MIP and traffic cases in which people were stopped or arrested by the Johnson County Sheriff's Department, the Kansas Highway Patrol, or certain Park Rangers or Kansas Fish and Wildlife officers.
The Johnson County District Attorney office has over 30 active prosecutors. They are very harsh toward defendants. Johnson County DA'S Office web site Johnson County, Kansas is an extremely strict area. You are in for a serious fight if you have been charged with DUI/DWI or any other crime in Johnson County, Kansas.
When we take on a case in Johnson County, Kansas, it is our goal to effectively advocate and zealously represent our client. We are wholly familiar with the Johnson County, KS court, its judges, the prosecutors, its systems, its court clerks, its AA's and many of the surrounding active lawyers. Johnson County is wealthier than most other areas. The typical juror is more conservative. The court has an extensive information system. The prosecutors (assistant district attorneys) are very competent and paid exceedingly well. As a member and Fellow of the Johnson County Bar Association, I know we have a strong network of attorneys.
If you are charged in the Johnson County Kansas District Courthouse for a serious crime, such as DUI (drunk driving), battery, domestic violence, forgery, solicitation, theft, drugs, or other felony or misdemeanor, call our Johnson County Kansas Criminal Defense Firm today to speak with an experienced trial attorney. Our law firm number is (913) 764-9700. Criminal Defense lawyer Jerry Wallentine handles our criminal law matters.
Our law office is located directly accords from the Johnson County Courthouse as this is where we primarily practice law. Jerry Wallentine occasionally serves as pro tem judge at the the Johnson County courthouse.
Read What Our Former Clients Have Said
"Professional, informative, and vital in working with the prosecutor to secure the most favorable outcome possible".Barb
"Jerry kept in constant contact with us and our son during the case and went the extra mile to plea before the judge outside and inside the courtroom".Joanne from Nebraska