Award-Winning Attorney with Personal Service
Successfully Representing Clients with Criminal Charges throughout Kansas and Missouri
At the Duma Law Offices, Michael has been the go to criminal defense attorney in Johnson County for over 10 years. Whether you are changed with a simple misdemeanor in municipal court or a serious felony in State or Federal Court, Michael has been there before and can guide you to the best outcome. Michael dedicates 100% of his practice to criminal defense and has represented thousands of individuals in over 30 different courts in Kansas and Missouri.
In addition to representing clients in municipal and state courts, the attorney at Duma Law Offices regularly defends criminal charges in the U.S. District Court for the State of Kansas and the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri. Call (913) 225-8555 now!
Criminal Defense & DUI Representation
Being arrested or accused of a crime is not only stressful, but convictions can lead to lasting consequences and restrictions put on your rights and freedom. Our criminal defense attorneys have handled all types of criminal cases over the years. In our practice, we frequently see cases involving theft crimes, DUIs, drug crimes, types of property crime, and more. We represent defendants accused of crimes that involve physical force against another person, such as domestic violence, sex crimes, and other violent crimes. In addition, we are capable of handling federal cases, such as white collar crimes.
Duma Law Offices can help with the following:
Our Johnson County Criminal Defense Attorney Represents Clients in the Following State and Municipal Courts:
- Kansas State and Municipal Courts
- Missouri State and Municipal Courts
- Federal District Court for the District of Kansas
- Federal District Court for the Western District of Missouri
What is the Crime Rate in Johnson County, KS?
As a result of its A grade, a score determined by crimegrade.org, the county has a lower crime rate than the average US county. There are 15% of counties that are safer than Johnson County, and 85% of counties that are more dangerous. Johnson County's proper boundaries are the subject of this analysis. During a standard year in Johnson County, there are 22.63 crimes committed per 1,000 residents. It is generally considered to be safest to live in Johnson County's northwest corner. Johnson County's east neighborhoods may have a 1 in 35 crime rate, while its northwest neighborhoods may have a 1 in 59 crime rate. Nevertheless, comparing rates for crime or any other crime is not as intuitive as it might seem.