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Criminal Defense Attorney Christopher Joseph Defends Judge Marty Clark in Kansas Supreme Court Judicial Conduct Case

November 3, 2021

Joseph, Hollander & Craft criminal defense attorney Christopher Joseph received an opportunity to comment on the Kansas Supreme Court case concerning Marty K. Clark, former magistrate judge for the 20th Judicial District in Russell, KS. Joseph is Clark’s attorney. According to an October 29 Associated Press article, Joseph said that, “punishing Clark for sending nude […]

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JHC Criminal Defense Attorney Christopher Joseph to Speak at KU Law Symposium on Judicial Conduct and Misconduct in November

October 29, 2021

Kansas Law Review Symposium 2021: Judicial Conduct and Misconduct This month, rather than providing scholarly articles for review, the LEMR invites its readers to participate in what promises to be an excellent and informative program with legal ethics scholars from across the nation. For the 2021 Kansas Law Review Symposium, the University of Kansas Law […]

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Seven Joseph, Hollander & Craft Lawyers Named to 2022 Best Lawyers List

August 20, 2021

Wichita, KS, United States, August 19, 2021 — Joseph, Hollander & Craft is pleased to announce that seven lawyers have been included in the 2022 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers has […]

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