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What is Felony Murder

Felony murder occurs when there is a felony offense in which a homicide, or death, occurs.  If you are facing a felony charge or a crime being charged against you, contact our law office at 816-524-4949 or visit our website … Continue reading

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Evidence from a Lawsuit can be used in Criminal Court

In Vernon Christian’s case, evidence of his forgery in a civil lawsuit was used against Vernon in his criminal forgery case.   If you are in need of filing a civil action or have a criminal action against you, contact … Continue reading

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Qualifying for an Expungement

To qualify for an expungement in Missouri, seven (7) years must have passed from when the defendant was charged and convicted of the crime. If you are considering filing for an expungement, give our office a call at 816-524-4949 or … Continue reading

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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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