Harris Law Office is experienced and aggressive in criminal defence law, and we fight for our clients. We handle all types of criminal defense cases including assault, battery, burglary, DUI/DWI, drug possession, forgery, murder, robbery, sex offenses, theft, traffic offenses and much more. We work hard to protect the rights and the futures of our clients.
At Harris Law, there is no such thing as a simple criminal matter, and we know that even a misdemeanor can have a devastating effect on your life.
Criminal conviction can result in significant negative consequences including potential fines, restrictions of rights and privileges, probation or parole, and even jail or prison.
To help you avoid or reduce the severity of these penalties and the consequences of conviction, you need a passionate and experienced criminal defense attorney.
The law firm of G. Thomas Harris defends the rights of our clients in all criminal matters in either Missouri or Kansas. We provide assertive and experienced representation to every client who comes to us for help.
If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, we know that the impact of a conviction can complicate your life, and we understand that you deserve quality and experienced legal advice regardless of whether you are facing a year in jail or a lifetime in prison.
We have built a strong record of successful defense demonstrated through numerous dismissals and acquittals. Additionally we have been able to aggressively negotiate pleas determined to be in the best interests of our clients.
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Facing a criminal charge is always a serious matter that requires serious defense.
From DUI and drug charges to vehicular homicide, involuntary manslaughter and premeditated murder, in municipal, state or federal court, Harris Law provides defense for all criminal matters in Missouri or Kansas.
Contact my office today for a free consultation to discuss the facts and circumstances of your case and to determine the best strategy for a strong defense.
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