Each new year, we celebrate the opportunity to wipe the slate clean and begin again. This new year, the criminal defense attorneys at Joseph, Hollander & Craft are celebrating a client’s opportunity to do just that. Thanks to Christopher Joseph’s appellate advocacy, his client’s 10-year sentence has been vacated, and she has the opportunity to…

Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC has elected Jess Hoeme as a Member of the firm. Hoeme, a former Mitchell County Attorney and Shawnee County Assistant District Attorney, joined the firm in 2011 as a criminal defense attorney. Hoeme knows Kansas courtrooms well, having handled cases in 70 of Kansas’s 105 counties. “We are pleased to…

By reducing offense classifications for simple possession offenses, the Kansas Legislature recently reduced the penalties for certain marijuana crimes. Under prior law, a first offense for simple possession of marijuana (possession with no intent to distribute) was classified as a class A misdemeanor; it carried a maximum penalty of one year in jail and a…

Federal judge will decide whether a man with disabilities should go to prison Originally posted by Nicole Hong with WSJ A federal judge in Kansas is set to decide whether a man with developmental disabilities should go to prison for lending $100 to somebody he believed was planning to attack U.S. soldiers on behalf of…

5/18/16 – Day 2 of trial in the case of State v. Provencio continued in Sumner County District Court yesterday, with the prosecution presenting its case. Defense attorney Jess Hoeme expects to begin presenting the defendant’s side of the story during court proceedings today. Watch this blog for updates on Mr. Hoeme’s arguments. To see…

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