Criminal Law Matters
The U.S. Constitution guarantees everyone the right to a fair trial. It also assumes those accused of crimes are innocent until proven guilty. If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, it is vital to find a dedicated criminal defense lawyer who will stand up for your rights.
Trust your defense to my law firm, Kalberg Law Office LLC. From my location in Overland Park, Kansas, I handle criminal law cases for clients who have been charged in Kansas or Missouri. I have handled cases relating to virtually every type of charge, including DUI/DWI and traffic violations, drug crimes, violent crimes like assault, battery and domestic abuse, and theft, including white collar crimes. I can also handle expungements of criminal records in Kansas.
Devising Case Strategy And Advocating For You
The potential consequences for any type of criminal charge, from misdemeanor to felony, can be great. A conviction can bring with it jail or prison time, heavy fines, probation and other consequences. Additionally, having a criminal record can be life-changing, impacting your reputation, job prospects, ability to vote and eligibility for financial aid.
Given all that is at stake, it is of the utmost importance to fight for your rights and freedom. As your attorney, I will use all the precedents and legal statutes available to build a strong defense on your behalf. My experience with the criminal court systems and laws in Missouri and Kansas provide me with insight into how prosecutors approach cases, which I will use to benefit your case. I will be prepared to argue your case in court, but will also work to minimize consequences and mitigate outside of litigation whenever possible.
Contact Me For A Free Initial Consultation
Don’t wait to get the dedicated criminal defense representation you deserve. Call my office today at 913-608-8507 or send an online message using the form on this website and tell me about your case. Initial consultations are free. Flexible appointment times and locations are available.