St. Louis Criminal Defense
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I am a St. Louis criminal defense lawyer serving the St. Louis area in state, local and federal court as well as surrounding areas including eastern Missouri from Marion County down to the Bootheel for more serious charges. Since 1994, I have represented many in complex and serious criminal charges. I practice throughout the state on serious criminal offenses including drug charges, sex offenses, child pornography, assault, murder, theft, armed criminal action, gun charges, probation violations, felony DWI, DWI manslaughter, and more. I am licensed in both state and federal court. I have an exemplary track record of trial victories and favorable plea bargains that have earned me the respect of judges, prosecutors and fellow defense attorneys. If you or a loved one is facing a serious criminal charge, call me at (314) 456-4567 to discuss. I appreciate your consideration.
Richard R. Lozano
Attorney at Law
231 S. Bemiston, Ste 800
St. Louis, Missouri 63105
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Call (314) 456-4567 for a free, immediate consultation. Richard R. Lozano represents those charged with serious crimes throughout the St. Louis, Missouri area and surrounding counties including St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Franklin County, Jefferson County, and more. Drug charges, sex crimes, robber, assault, theft, murder, assault, armed criminal action, DWI, and other serious felonies.
Latest News – 2015
Sexual Offense Charges Refused; Petition for Jurisdiction Denied A St. Louis County family was reunited after nearly a year of government intrusion. A criminal investigation led to the refusal of charges and the State’s petition to take jurisdiction over the family was denied at trial. Criminal defense attorney Richard R. Lozano represented the accused.
Third Felony Drug Case Still Results in SIS Probation A St. Louis County man faced three consecutive drug cases including a Class B distribution of a controlled substance case. While on bond, he was arrested twice more and faced a total of three felony drug cases. After months of negotiations, the Defendant received a suspended imposition of sentence (no criminal conviction) and probation.
Fifth Drug Charge Leads to Probation An Illinois woman plead guilty in St. Louis City to felony drug possession. Subsequently, she was charged with three felony drug possession cases in St. Louis County and two felony drug possession cases in Jefferson County. After completing Choices in St. Louis County, she was placed on probation. Attorney Richard Lozano represented the defendant.
Local Attorney Charged with Two Felonies Pleads to Misdemeanor A local attorney charged with two felonies plead to a minor misdemeanor. The defendant received a suspended imposition of sentence resulting in no conviction. Attorney Richard Lozano represented the defendant.
Agreement Reached on Principia Hazing Charges One of three defendants in the alleged Principia hazing incident plead guilty to misdemeanor assault charges. Attorney Richard Lozano represented the defendant in St. Louis County and reached the agreement after several months of negotiations with the St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney’s office. The remaining two co-defendants face multiple felony sex charges.
Man Charged with Assault on Law Enforcement Officer Pleads to Misdemeanor A man who was charged with felony assault on a law enforcement officer plead guilty to a misdemeanor. The man, who had an extensive criminal record, was accused of evading a water patrolman and driving his personal water craft at the patrolman. The initial plea offer from the State including a guilty plea to the felony and prison time. After depositions, the State agreed to a substantially lesser offense. Attorney Richard Lozano represented the Defendant.
Lozano on KMOX Attorney Richard Lozano was interviewed on KMOX in St. Louis regarding the defense of property. KMOX explored property owner rights in light of rioting in Ferguson.
Lozano in the Washington Post Attorney Richard Lozano was interviewed by the Washington Post regarding a lawsuit brought by his client against the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department for excessive use of force against a 12 year old boy.
Richard Lozano Selected a Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorney for 2015 by ASLA Richard Lozano selected as a Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyer in Missouri by the American Society of Legal Advocates. ASLA is an invitation-only legal society that strives to limit its membership to the top 1.5% of attorneys in the nation.
Charges Refused in Child Molestation Investigation A St. Louis County man accused of child molestation will not face charges, Lozano announced. The accusations stem from a questionable hotline through an elementary school. An investigation concluded that no evidence existed to support the accusations.
Felony Reduced to Misdemeanor Felony charges of assault on law enforcement were reduced to a misdemeanor for a man accused of driving his personal watercraft at a Missouri highway patrolman on the Meramec River. Depositions revealed evidentiary and credibility issues with the State’s witness.