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Former Jackson County Prosecutor May Lose his Law License

Mike Sanders, a Jackson County former prosecutor, is now a convicted felon for converting campaign funds for personal use, including trips to Napa Valley, buying wine, and paying his income taxes. Now that Mike Sanders is a convicted felon, he … Continue reading

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Lee’s Summit Man Convicted of Owning a Street Sweeper

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 … Continue reading

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Drugs and Alcohol Can Be a Thing of Your Past

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, … Continue reading

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Going to Jail for Concealing a Bank Account

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 … Continue reading

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Camron Hoorfar is named 2017 Lawyer of Distinction

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 … Continue reading

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Elements for the Crime of Enticing a Minor

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 … Continue reading

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Being Convicted of Passing a Bad Check

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 … Continue reading

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Writing Bad Checks

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. … Continue reading

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Cell-Phones can be searched through Warrants

  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 … Continue reading

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Claiming Insanity

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 … Continue reading

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