Criminal Defense

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If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense, it can be a scary and overwhelming experience. Not only could you be fined and lose your freedom if you are convicted, but your personal life may be permanently be altered. As a convicted criminal you may have difficulty finding a job, applying for a school or even getting a loan. If you have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense or even a minor misdemeanor offense, you should speak with an attorney immediately. A conviction for even the most minor criminal charges can have severe consequences. Contact the Grover Law Firm for a free initial consultation.


Criminal activity is typically categorized as a felony or a misdemeanor. This all depends on how the crime appears in a state's penal code, the vehicle code, or the health and safety code (for drug offenses). So what crimes define themselves as a felony or misdemeanor. First, we will have to look at what exactly these each entail.


Theft is an unlawful taking of another person’s property with the intention of not returning it. A thief conducts his operation in stealth when no one is around as he does not want to attract any attention. Therefore theft is simply taking something from someone without the intention of returning it back to the owner. Embezzlement is also a form of theft where an employee takes away money meant for the employer or other employees for his own use.

Prison Sentence

Some state laws require the judges to impose what are called "determinate" prison sentences. A determinate sentence is a fixed-term sentence pronounced by a judge. For example, a defendant sentenced to "30 days in county jail" or "five years in state prison" has received a determinate sentence.


An expungement of an arrest, diversion or conviction for a criminal or traffic offense seals the record and allows you to be treated as if the arrest, diversion or conviction never happened. Also, you do not need to disclose expunged arrests, diversions or convictions when applying for employment, seeking a loan, or applying for admission to a school.

Free Ticket Quote

If you get a speeding ticket, you are likely to get slapped with a hefty fine, points on your license and a possible increase on your auto insurance premium. Grover Law provides free quotes for traffic tickets.

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Free Case Evaluation

We offer a free case evaluation to help you determine whether a lawsuit should be filed. Any information which you provide to our law firm when completing the online evaluation form is treated as strictly confidential.

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DWI and DUI Attorney

If you’ve been arrested for a DUI (Kansas) or DWI (Missouri), it is in your best interest to contact an experienced DWI or DUI attorney immediately. Being charged with a DUI/DWI can have a severe impact on your life.

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