Defending Those Accused Of Violent Crimes

At the Law Office of Kimberly Humphrey, LLC, we are committed to protecting your rights and defending you against the severe punishments associated with a violent crime conviction such as robbery, homicide or aggravated assault.

At our office in Kansas City, Missouri, we will explore every possibility for having your charges dismissed or the penalties reduced, from using our knowledge of police procedure to thoroughly investigate the circumstances of your arrest to strategically negotiating with prosecutors.

Understanding Harassment, Assault, and Battery Charges

You may not be familiar with the legal terms used to define violent crimes. Criminal harassment refers to intentional behavior that is intended to scare, torment or terrorize another person, constituting a credible threat to their security and safety or that of their family. Assault is when an intentional attempt is made to injure or harm someone through the use of force or violence. If the attempt succeeds and illegal contact is made, this is defined as battery.

You may be facing more than one of these charges at once. We will work with you to understand the circumstances of your arrest, help you to understand the allegations made against you and prepare a solid defense strategy to give you the best chance at a positive outcome.

We Can Help You To Resolve Complex Domestic Violence Charges

Domestic violence charges can encompass more than just physical abuse, including sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and even financial abuse. These matters are often legally complex and emotionally charged. Often, prosecutors will push for more severe sentences when the parties involved are closely related due to the perceived likelihood of a repeat offense.

We understand the intricacies involved in domestic violence cases, and we will fight hard to ensure that your rights and your reputation are protected from false accusations and malicious allegations.

Call 816-452-2720 For A Strong Defense Against Violent Crime Allegations

The first call you should make after being charged with a violent crime is to an experienced criminal defense attorney. We have successfully defended clients against both misdemeanor and felony charges, and we know how best to approach your case. Schedule an appointment with an experienced criminal defense lawyer today.