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Serious Legal Representation for Serious Criminal Charges
Facing a criminal charge is ALWAYS a serious matter requiring serious defense. My Overland Park, Kansas, criminal defense practice takes every case seriously. As an experienced Johnson County Criminal Defense lawyer, I know that even a misdemeanor can have a devastating effect upon your life. In my practice, there is no such thing as a simple criminal matter.
From DUI and Drug Charges to Vehicular Homicide, Invountary Manslaughter and Premeditated Murder, in Municipal, State or Federal Court, I provide defense of all criminal matters in Johnson County, Kansas, and the entire Kansas City Metro Area including the cities of DeSoto, Gardner Lenexa, Leawood, Mission, Merriam, Olathe, Overland Park, and Shawnee. Contact my office today for a free consultation to discuss the facts and circumstances of your case and to determine the best strategy for a strong defense.
When you are charged with a crime, it is not the time to pick a lawyer at random. You need a lawyer who has experience, practices exclusively in criminal defense, is known and respected in the jurisdiction where your case is charged, and is devoted to getting the very best result possible in your case.
I am Paul D. Cramm. I practiced law at two Kansas City law firms prior to opening my own law office in 2000. Since establishing this law firm, the practice has been exclusively devoted to all levels of criminal defense from misdemeanor offenses in municipal court to felony matters in the Federal courts of Kansas and the Western District of Missouri. I am qualified to provide defense in Capital and Death Penalty cases. My cases have included relatively straightforward charges of shoplifting to complex DUI, vehicular homicide and Shaken Baby Syndrome cases involving forensic expert witness testimony.
Success in each case can be measured in different ways. The “gold standard” in criminal defense is outright acquittal of the charges at trial, or dismissal of the charges due to inadmissibility of evidence. Success in a manslaughter case or federal charges with damaging evidence may require extensive negotiations with the prosecutor for conviction on a lesser charge or a recommendation of probation as opposed to imprisonment. No matter what criminal charges you face, your defense should be thoroughly researched, meticulously planned and aggressively litigated. One of my criminal defense strategies is a simple one –
I strive to work harder than the prosecution.
If you are facing criminal charges, do not leave the outcome of the case or your future to chance. Secure the representation, advice, and counsel of a qualified attorney with experience defending people against criminal charges.
Learn why you need a good Attorney like Paul D. Cramm to defend you.