Our Address: 231 S. Bemiston, Ste. 800 Clayton, Missouri 63105
I am a St. Louis, Missouri criminal defense lawyer serving all of Missouri in state and federal court. Since 1994, I have represented many in complex and serious criminal charges including other attorneys, police officers, executives, and people from all walks of life. I don’t judge. I solve.
The outcome of a criminal case depends in large part on the experience, persistence, and creativity of defense counsel. I will assess your case and present a plan to solve your legal problem.
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.
Initial consultation I offer a free initial phone consultation. I will discuss your case and map out a plan to solve your legal problem. It is essential that you are informed and can make good decisions based on good advice. The purpose of the initial consultation is so I can learn about your case and provide you with solutions.
If you or a loved one is facing a serious criminal charge, call me at (314) 456-4567 to discuss.
Not Guilty Jury Verdict A St. Louis City jury acquitted a man accused of two counts of first degree sodomy. A woman waited 10 years to accuse the man of sodomy and the St. Louis sex offense detective testified that he spent five minutes interviewing the alleged victim. The defendant was subsequently charged and exposed to up to two life sentences. After a short deliberation, the jury found my client not guilty.
First Degree Sodomy Dismissed My client faced a mandatory minimum 90 years in prison for first degree sodomy. After discovery revealed a pattern of manipulative behavior by the alleged victim, the State voluntarily dismissed the case prior to trial.
75 Year Minimum Sex Case Reduced to 120 Days On the day of trial, my client was facing a minimum of 75 years in prison without eligibility of parole. The last offer had been 10 years. As the jury pool was getting ready to enter the courtroom for voir dire, the State accepted an offer of 120 days.
Forgery Charges Dismissed A foreign national was facing felony forgery charges and possible deportation. After negotiations with the State, the felony charge was dropped.
Assault Charges Dropped A mother was facing assault charges after defending herself, resulting in the temporary loss of custody. An investigation revealed significant behavioral issues by the alleged victim. The State voluntariy dismissed.
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I spend time educating my clients and helping them understand their situation. Knowing what their best case scenario is and how to get there is a product of 28 years of practicing criminal defense throughout the State of Missouri. “How did you do that?” is something I hear quite often from clients and colleagues.
I can help you, too.
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