Defending Your Rights
We Put Maximum Effort Into Defending Your Rights
Facing criminal charges, no matter how light or severe, can be a frightening experience. Sometimes even the most upstanding citizens fall into a bad situation, and the consequences can have a permanent impact on their lives. At Hensley Law Office, we are committed to helping people in the Kansas City area and throughout the surrounding counties in northwest and western Missouri.
Our attorneys are from small towns across Missouri and have a long history working with those within their local communities. No matter what crime you are accused of, we are committed to helping you through it.
Criminal Law Attorneys Serving Western And Northwestern Missouri.
Devoted To Trial Work And Litigation
In addition to compassionate counsel meant to help you through the charges, our attorneys are seasoned litigators who know how to bring the fight to the courtroom. We have defended clients accused of crimes as serious as murder to speeding tickets in municipal, state and federal courts across northwest and western Missouri.
While we focus our practice on criminal defense, our lawyers are also well-versed in personal injury and civil litigation matters, including slip-and-fall and automobile accidents. When you are in the courtroom, you deserve an attorney who will fight for your interests.
Our Case Results
State v. Finnigan, client charged with Felony Assault and Unlawful Use of a Weapon; jury found client not-guilty
In Re Ridenour, client charged with abusing his son; judge found insufficient evidence and entered judgment dismissing case
U.S. v. Perkins, client charged with Felony Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances; jury found client not-guilty
State v. Ranville, client charged with Felony Election Fraud; jury found client not-guilty
State v. Hadley, client charged with Felony Stealing; jury found client not-guilty
State v. Bridgman, client charged with a class C involuntary manslaughter in the first degree; facing up to ten years in prison. Jury found client guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the second degree and sentenced him to just sixty days.
State v. Zolman, client charged with a class B felony of child molestation; facing up to fifteen years in prison. Jury found the client not guilty.
U.S. v. Ruckman, client was charged with eight felony counts of crop insurance fraud; facing up to ten years in prison. Jury found the client not guilty.
State v. Lankford, client was charged with a class A felony of murder in the first degree; facing life in prison. Jury found the client guilty of voluntary manslaughter.