Criminal Law

Sometimes, things go terribly wrong. Sometimes despite your best intentions, in the heat of the moment, you mess up. You make a bad decision or fail to use your best judgment. We've all been there and done that. Depending on how things unfold, you find yourself being charged with a crime. Maybe you didn't even do what they say. Maybe you were just in the wrong place at the wrong time and with the wrong people.

Missouri attorney Bryant King of King Law Firm understands. When things go wrong you need an attorney with vast criminal law experience to represent you. Bryant King and the King Law Firm has over 30 years of experience in dealing with criminal cases. Bryant King is a former prosecutor and he can evaluate your case and help you choose the option which will achieve the best resolution for you.

A handful of cases can be dismissed altogether. More often when charges are filed, the King Law Firm can negotiate an agreement with the prosecutor that will result in the charges against you being amended. Sometimes you will decide you need to take your chances in court. This is where Bryant King's 30 years of experience successfully defending his clients will work to your benefit.

Defending the rights of the innocent is the mission of the King Law Firm. Put that passion and experience to work for you. Contact the King Law Firm today for a free consultation.

Common types of cases include:

  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • Drug possession
  • Theft
  • Assaults
  • Probation violations
  • Weapons charges
  • Computer crimes
  • And more

If you've been charged with a crime in any of the following courts, call us today: Clay County, Platte County, City of Gladstone, City of Kansas City, Riverside, Parkville, Pleasant Valley, Smithville.

Criminal Law FAQs

What is the range of punishment?

There are currently five classes of felonies and four classes of misdemeanors. The range of punishment relates to the class of the charge. Minor violations can result in fines only while major violations can result in life in prison.