Lee’s Summit Man Convicted of Owning a Street Sweeper
November 30th, 2017
Ronald White Jr. of Lee’s Summit was convicted of owning a street sweeper 12 gauge shotgun that was drum fed. The conviction will land Mr. White ten (10) years in prison.
If you have been charged with a crime and need help, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at Hoorfarlaw.com.
Drugs and Alcohol Can Be a Thing of Your Past
July 19th, 2017
A Missouri man was recently granted a license to be a real estate salesperson despite having previous convictions for a DUI, possession of marijuana, and an unlawful use of a firearm.
If you need help clearing up your criminal past, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at Hoorfarlaw.com.
Going to Jail for Concealing a Bank Account
May 31st, 2017
A California man is going to jail for over four (4) years for bankruptcy fraud because he hid a bank account from the bankruptcy court.
If you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy and need some help, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at Hoorfarlaw.com.
Camron Hoorfar is named 2017 Lawyer of Distinction
January 5th, 2017
Based upon Camron Hoorfar’s Avvo.com rating and numerous favorable reviews, Lawyers of Distinction has named Camron Hoorfar a 2017 Lawyer of Distinction. This award is generally given to the top ten percent (10%) of attorneys in the area.
If you are interested in speaking with Camron, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at www.Hoorfarlaw.com.
Elements for the Crime of Enticing a Minor
December 23rd, 2015
In order to be convicted of enticing a minor, the state needs to show that the defendant made a substantial step toward meeting the minor. The fact that no minor existed, or that a time and place for the meeting had not been set, makes no difference. If you or someone you know has been charged with this crime, contact us at 816-524-4949.
Being Convicted of Passing a Bad Check
October 23rd, 2015
If you write a check that does not clear the bank, you can be charged with the crime of passing a bad check. However, in order to be convicted of passing a bad check, the state must show that you were aware that the check was not going to clear the bank when you wrote the check.
If you have been charged with a crime and need assistance, contact our law office at www.Hoorfarlaw.com or 816-524-4949.
Writing Bad Checks
September 3rd, 2015
If you write a bad check in Missouri, you may be charged with a crime. In order to charge you with the crime of writing a bad check, you must receive actual notice, in writing, that the check was bad. Usually, before you are charged with the crime, the county where the check was written will send you a letter giving you a few days to fix the situation by paying the amount that the check was written for plus the additional county fines. Failure to fix the situation could result in you being charged with writing a bad check.
If you have written a bad check to someone or are being charged with a crime, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or www.Hoorfarlaw.com.
Cell-Phones can be searched through Warrants
August 11th, 2015
The U.S. Supreme Court has stated that cell phones are now subject to searches as long as the appropriate warrant has been issued. A law enforcement officer cannot search your cell phone without a warrant, unless you voluntarily give them your cell phone.
If you are facing a criminal charge and need some help, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or www.hoorfarlaw.com.
July 28th, 2015
Missouri courts require that when a person is declared mentally incompetent, that person cannot be tried, convicted, or sentenced of a crime. In order to be declared mentally incompetent, the jury must decide that you are mentally incapacitated and then two doctors must agree.
If you have been charged with a crime, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website at www.Hoorfarlaw.com.
No Last Minute Change
February 3rd, 2015
If your criminal trial is fast approaching, then your request for a change of attorney will likely be denied. Missouri has stated that only a total breakdown in communication with your attorney allows you to change attorneys on the eve of trial. If you are looking for an attorney, contact us at 816-524-4949.