Have you been charged with a crime?
Is it a felony or misdemeanor? If it is a misdemeanor, are you charged in district court or city/municipal court? If it is a felony, what level is it? How many charges are you currently facing? Are you currently on probation anywhere else? Are you charged with what the State of Kansas calls a person or nonperson crime? Have you ever been convicted of a crime before?
you interested in a Diversion? You do not need an attorney to apply for
a diversion. However, there are crimes in Kansas, that even when you
receive a diversion and you successfully complete the diversion program,
the diversion can still be counted as a conviction later on.
Before a Judge or jury, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. You are entitled to the constitutional prohibitions against unreasonable searches and seizures. You are entitled to a public trial, the ability to cross-examine the witnesses against them, to present a defense which includes compelled attendance of witnesses (favorable to the accused) through the use of subpoenas, and to make the State (or City) prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Depending on the facts in your case, justice for you might be exoneration by a jury of your peers. Justice may simply be the best plea deal available. No matter what that facts of your case are, it is important to have a skilled attorney, and former prosecutor, who can help get the results you want.
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