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As a Missouri criminal defense firm, we at Access to Justice MO provide aggressive, capable defense for clients facing misdemeanor and felony charges alike. In every case, we use a team approach.
When you hire our Missouri criminal defense firm, you get our attorneys working together to fight for your rights. With our personal approach, we aim to ensure that you will never feel like a case number with us.
To meet with your personal criminal defense team for a free consultation, call Access to Justice MO today: 417-553-4352
FELONY CRIMINAL DEFENSE
If you have committed or are accused of a serious felony crime, you face a wide range of criminal consequences, including steep fines, probation, community service and lengthy prison sentences. The Missouri Criminal Code has a class of felonies ranging from E-A. With E being the least serious, to A being the most serious.
We are intimately aware of all felony classes in Missouri and can help you navigate any situation.
Class A felony, a term of years not less than ten years and not to exceed thirty years, or life imprisonment.
Class B felony, a term of years not less than five years and not to exceed fifteen years.
Class C felony, a term of years not less than three years and not to exceed ten years.
Class D felony, a term of years not to exceed seven years.
Class E felony, a term of years not to exceed four years.
MISDEMEANOR CRIMINAL DEFENSE
If you have committed a serious misdemeanor crime in Missouri, you face a wide range of criminal consequences such as fines and jail time. In addition to criminal consequences, you face many other potential setbacks including damage to your professional prospects, family life and financial well-being. A skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney in Missouri is essential to a positive outcome. Our zealous criminal defense attorneys at Access to Justice provide a personal approach to an aggressive defense.
DWI LAWYER IN MISSOURI
In Missouri, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is called a DWI (known as a DUI in other states) and can have harsh consequences if not rigorously defended by an experienced criminal defense attorney. See our DWI page for more info.
TRAFFIC TICKETS IN MISSOURI
Many traffic offenses will be classified as infractions by police, but certain traffic-related offenses can lead to misdemeanor or felony charges. Avoiding a permanent mark on your record, which can have a direct impact on your livelihood, is our focus.