fbpx
police cars with flashing lights at night

The Kansas City Star and the Topeka Capital-Journal both interviewed Joseph, Hollander & Craft criminal defense attorney Casey Meek for comment on the DUI sentencing of Sen. Gene Suellentrop. (Meek previously commented on the case when interviewed by the Star back in March.)

While some perceived Sen. Suellentrop’s sentence to be too lenient, Meek dismissed the concern, explaining that the sentencing was typical given the circumstances of the matter.

About Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC

Joseph, Hollander & Craft is one of the premier litigation firms in Kansas. From our offices in Kansas CityLawrenceOverland ParkTopeka and Wichita, the firm’s attorneys aggressively represent our clients in cases in Kansas, Missouri, and across the United States. When we can’t resolve our clients’ problems with practical recommendations and reasonable negotiations, we use our experience and skills to control the litigation and produce decisive results.

When your business, your freedom, your property, or your career is at stake, you want the attorney standing beside you to be skilled, prepared, and relentless. We undertake complex contract and civil rights litigation, defend against life-changing criminal prosecutions, protect children and property in divorce and family law cases, and battle claims of professional misconduct against attorneys, doctors, judges, accountants, real estate agents, and others.

RELATED CONTENT

man refusing breathalyzer test from police

In Kansas, Refusing a Sobriety Test Is No Longer a Crime

Effective July 1, under a change in state law, Kansas drivers can no longer be charged with a crime for refusing a sobriety test. The Wichita Eagle published an article on July 2, 2019, about this change, and DUI Defense Attorney, B. Keith Edwards responded to the editor with the following: On the front page…

Year in Review 2018

A Year In Review: Joseph, Hollander & Craft 2018

To view full review click here → 2018 Year In Review Welcome to the third edition of the Joseph, Hollander & Craft Year in Review. As we rounded the corner into 2019, we reflected on the achievements of 2018. It was a year of internal growth, community leadership and courtroom success—we’d like to share major…

dui law

Not All DUI Convictions Count as Priors Under Kansas State DUI Statute

The Kansas statute prohibiting driving under the influence (“DUI”), K.S.A. 8-1567, categorizes the severity level of the crime based on how many prior DUI convictions the offender has. For example, DUI is a class B misdemeanor for someone who has no prior DUI convictions. But DUI is a felony for someone with three or more…

Kansas Criminal Record Expungement

HB 2085 Retroactively Amends Waiting Period for DUI Expungement

Kansas law permits expungement of certain convictions, adjudications, arrest records, and diversion agreements. Once an eligible offense is expunged, a person must be treated as if he has never been arrested for, convicted of, or diverted from the expunged crime. Though the expunged offense will still be considered when determining criminal history in any subsequent…