In light of a recent trend of falsely reporting and staging hate crimes, Chris Joseph sat down with Topeka’s KSNT reporter, Reina Garcia, and weighed in on the legal ramifications of falsely reporting or staging hate crimes (View Article 59. – Crimes Affecting Government Functions). Joseph cautioned readers that filing a false report can have…

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…

This Friday, supporters cheered Barton County Sheriff Brian Bellendir and his attorney Jess Hoeme following a not guilty verdict on Bellendir’s charge for mistreatment of a confined person. After three days of evidence, the jury deliberated for a mere 15 minutes before returning their unanimous verdict. The charges arose from an incident on August 10,…

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in America® announced today the Wichita and Topeka offices of Joseph, Hollander & Craft have earned six separate 2019 Best Law Firms Tier 1 rankings for these practice areas: Criminal Defense – General Practice, Topeka Criminal Defense – White-Collar, Topeka DUI/DWI Defense – Wichita Employment Law –…

A jury deliberated for less than three hours Thursday before finding two Schlitterbahn maintenance workers not guilty of obstructing an investigation into the 2016 death of Caleb Schwab on the Verruckt water slide in Kansas City, Kan. David Hughes and John Zalsman, charged in May with lying to investigators, left the Wyandotte County Courthouse cleared…

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