You may be wondering how you (or your attorney) can get your a Johnson County, Kansas criminal case dismissed. Let's get right to it. Simply put, you must show the Kansas prosecutor (District Attorney) that they will not be able to prove their case against you beyond a reasonable doubt.
When the prosecutors filed the complaint, against you, they believed that they could prove your guilt. The basis of this belief is typically what law enforcement officer reported and/or provided as evidence. This could come in the form of any of the following:
Many believe that charges get dismissed if you are friendly with the prosecutor, have a relationship with the judge, or you are a good person/first time offender. That couldn't be further from the truth. While you should be respectful to the prosecutor and judge they are not now, and will not be later, your friend. Even if you are a good person, innocent of the crime you are accused of and/or a first time offender, your case is in a court of law and the only way to prove your innocence is to get it dismissed through the court process. That can be through:
Remember that "beyond a reasonable doubt" is the highest standard of proof. You are not tasked with proving your innocence; rather, the Kansas prosecutor must prove your guilt. If you can successfully show them that they cannot prove your guilt you will have your case dismissed. You must act right away and, we suggest that you don't do it alone. You need an experienced Johnson County, Kansas criminal defense attorney. Call us NOW 913.602.7288 for your free consultation. Payment plans are accepted.
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