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KANSAS SUPREME COURT REVERSES DOUBLE MURDER CONVICTION.

Posted by Adam Stolte | Apr 07, 2018 | 0 Comments

Errors injected into a trial by a prosecutor can be classified as either prosecutorial error or prosecutorial misconduct.  Prosecutorial error is typically seen as some sort of honest mistake of the law or of some fact.  Prosecutorial misconduct, on the other hand, is more egregious, intentionally erroneous acts done with a level of culpability that exceeds mere negligence.  

In this case, Stolte Law, LLC along with Stacey Schlimmer, of Schlimmer Law, argued that the prosecutor's conduct fell into the later category and the Kansas Supreme Court agreed.

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Adam Stolte

Adam D. Stolte's journey toward becoming an attorney began when he was young. Growing up Adam always had a knack for problem-solving and researching solutions. It was this sense of curiosity and problem-solving that led to him becoming a cryptologic technician in the U.S. Navy. During his time in...

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