A defendant is entitled to present alternate theories of defense at trial. And the jury must receive each instruction supported by the evidence—regardless of which party presents that evidence. In State v. Lindemuth, Christopher Joseph and Carrie Parker’s application of this law resulted in a reversed conviction for their client. The case began in 2015,…

TOPEKA, Kan. – Attorney Alex Gilmore has joined the Topeka office of Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC. His practice focuses primarily on administrative law with an emphasis on professional licensure. Gilmore, a 2016 graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law, also holds a bachelor’s degree from KU in classical antiquity, with minors in…

JOSEPH, HOLLANDER & CRAFT EARNS SEVEN “BEST LAW FIRMS” TIER 1 RANKINGS U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in America has announced the Wichita and Topeka offices of Joseph, Hollander & Craft have earned a combined seven “Best Law Firms 2017 Metropolitan Tier 1 Rankings” between them. The rankings were earned in multiple…

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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