If you or a loved one is being accused of an alleged violent offense in Missouri, these are serious charges, with serious implications and penalties. The stigma that comes with just being charged is life altering.
Law enforcement and prosecutors alike bend the rules, skip steps and make grave mistakes even when handling the most serious cases. Attorney John Schleiffarth boldly defends the accused and hold cops and prosecutors accountable through vigorous defense strategies. JCS Law can effectively attack eye-witness identification, photo line-ups, evidence, witness statements, false police reports, chain of custody issues, forensic evidence, victim statements and many other important elements to your case.
JCS Law has experience in helping clients to produce physical evidence to prove whereabouts or strengthen alibis. One example is experience in gaining court orders to subpoena cell phone tower data and disseminate ping locations. Our team and investigators can help track down witnesses that police were to lazy to find.
Criminal charges of this seriousness need to be addressed quickly so a proper defense can be executed. We can help to preserve possible evidence that could be helpful in you or your loved ones defense.
One of the most important aspects of these cases to clients and their families is the possibility of bonding out before trial. Attorney John Schleiffarth believes in fair and reasonable bonds being set and advocates passionately for his clients bonds at bond setting hearings. JCS Law can request a judge to lower bond or even set one where it was previously denied. The firm also can refer you to multiple court approved bail bondsmen to help with surety bonds.
JCS Law handles the following violent crimes in St. Louis County, St. Louis City, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, Franklin County and all other Missouri Courts:
- Vehicular manslaughter
- Firearms charges
- Felon In Possession Of A Firearm
- Aggravated Assault
- Domestic violence
- Violating Order of Protection
- Animal Abuse
Don’t delay, call us today to schedule your Free Consultation and discuss the specifics of your case.
*Attorney John Schleiffarth also recommends that you:
- DO NOT speak with law enforcement without attorney present
- DO NOT give any statements (written or verbal) without attorney present
- You have the right to remain silent, USE IT!
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