Criminal Defense Lawyers | Serving Kansas City, MO
Kansas City Criminal Defense Law Firm
5600 NE Antioch Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64119
Our criminal justice system can be overwhelming and frightening. The incarceration rate in the United States is much higher than that of other industrialized countries. Prison sentences are getting longer and more frequent. If you face the possibility of being accused of a crime, contacting an experienced criminal defense lawyer as early in the process as possible, preferably even before questioning or investigation by the police, is the best thing to do. A skilled attorney can fight for your legal and constitutional rights.
Attorney David Pettyjohn has been practicing law since 1975. He has been both a prosecuting and a defense attorney which gives him the experience to know what the both sides are thinking. With his aggressive defense (when appropriate) to his professional demeanor, Attorney Pettyjohn is just the attorney you both need and want. Because Attorney Pettyjohn has a reputation for trying winning cases, he is able to negotiate for good plea bargains when that is appropriate.
*If you are charged with a felony please call Attorney Pettyjohn before calling a bondsman. This could potentially save you significant money depending on the county you are charged in.
Contact Attorney David Pettyjohn today if you or a loved one needs strong legal defense for any of the following:
Call Attorney David Pettyjohn today at 816-659-1128, or complete the contact form provided on this site to arrange for your free initial consultation.
**David Pettyjohn accepts client throughout Northwest and Western Missouri, including Kansas City, Independence, St. Joseph, Richmond, and Harrisonville in the counties of Cass, Platte, Clay, Jackson, Lafayette, Ray and Buchanan. In addition to criminal defense, Mr. Pettyjohn is skilled in reviewing personal bankruptcy and mechanic's liens matters.
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