The Kansas City Star interviews Chris Joseph, local counsel to Clint Lorance, ex-Army soldier convicted of murder about Lorance’s request for a new trial

October 21, 2019

Clint Lorance is a former U.S. Army lieutenant who is serving 19 years for murder based on orders given during combat in Afghanistan. At his trial, the deceased were described by prosecutors as innocent village elders. But Lorance’s defense team allege evidence discovered after trial shows that the deceased were terrorist bomb-makers. The evidence was […]

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SPOTLIGHT: Attorney Dionne Scherff’s Continued Courtroom Success.

September 3, 2019

Attorney Dionne Scherff began her legal career as a prosecutor, specializing in the prosecution of sex abuse and child abuse cases. In 2003, she entered private practice aiming to leverage her experience as a prosecutor to better serve clients needing experienced and dedicated defense counsel with a history of success in the courtroom. Over the […]

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Defense Attorney Jess Hoeme Defends Wichita Police Officer and Challenges Wording in Affidavit

August 20, 2019

The Wichita Eagle interviewed attorney Jess Hoeme regarding statements made in an affidavit involving Wichita police officer, Matthew Powell. Mr. Hoeme defended his client stating, “The actual conversation and the facts of the case will tell a different story when presented in context.” Mr. Hoeme challenged the way in which the affidavit characterized conversations between […]

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