Case Results

We invite you to browse some of our recent case results to learn more about our past successes and how we have helped people in situations similar to yours.
Dismissed Ready for Trial, DUI Dismissed
  • DUI
  • Case Results
  • Criminal Defense
  • DUI

"Judge, we are ready for jury trial." That can be a frightening phrase for my clients. But, it also holds the prosecutor's feet to the fire. In this case, it forced them to dismiss the DUI charges against my client.

  • Case Dismissed DUI
    • DUI

    The prosecutor agreed to drop the DUI charge, without the need for a trial.

  • Reversed on Appeal Double Murder Conviction
    • Criminal Defense

    Finding the actions to be more than mere error and extremely prejudicial to the defendant, the Kansas Supreme Court reversed two murder convictions and remanded the case for a new trial.

  • Case Dismissed Trial Violation
    • Criminal Defense

    Entering argument on appeal, Attorney Adam D. Stolte effectively advocated for client's position, changing the mind of the appellate court, resulting in client's release.

  • Case Dismissed DUI
    • DUI

    The DUI charges were dismissed and our client was allowed to go back to his life without further interference from the government.

  • Case Dismissed DUI
    • DUI

    The prosecutor agreed to drop the DUI charge, without the need for a trial.

  • Dismissed DUI
    • DUI

    Because of the possible accident with the semi caused client to leave her lane and cross the centerline, the prosecutor dropped the case without the need for a trial.

  • Case Dismissed Assumed DUI
    • DUI

    Along with supporting medical research, Stolte Law, LLC presented the prosecutor with his trial plan to the prosecutor which included cross-examination of the officer's failure to recognize the issue and medical expert testimony.

  • Not Guilty Verdict DUI
    • DUI

    The Municipal Court Judge found client not guilty because the government could not prove that the client’s behavior was not due to the accident.

  • Case Dismissed Following Appellate Win DUI
    • DUI

    The DUI charges were dismissed and Adam's client was allowed to go back to his life without further interference from the government.

  • Case Dismissed DUI
    • DUI

    Because of the possible accident with the semi caused client to leave her lane and cross the centerline, the prosecutor dropped the case without the need for a trial.

  • Charges Reduced DUI
    • DUI

    Attorney Adam D. Stolte argued at the Kansas Court of Appeals that some prior Missouri DUI's cannot be used to enhance client's sentence.

  • Case Dismissed DUI
    • DUI

    Stolte Law, LLC presented the prosecutor with his trial plan to the prosecutor which included cross-examination of the officer's failure to recognize the issue and medical expert testimony.

  • Case Dismissed 4th Amendment Violation
    • Criminal Defense

    The court agreed that local police violated client's 4th amendment rights. ? The prosecutor appealed the case, but we prevailed.

  • Case Dismissed Drug Charges
    • Criminal Defense

    After preparing thoughtful motions with thorough supporting legal research, the prosecutor dismissed the case - without the need for a trial.

  • Favorable Outcome Theft & Traffic Offenses
    • Criminal Defense

    Client decided the best course of action was to quietly resolve the case with a diversion agreement, avoiding unwanted attention.

  • Corrected on Appeal Prior Felony Charges
    • Criminal Defense

    Attorney Adam D. Stolte argued that certain prior person felonies should not be used to increase client's current sentence.  In some cases, this resulted in the immediate release of client from prison.

  • Favorable Outcome Kidnapping & Aggravated Robbery
    • Criminal Defense

    Stolte Law, LLC filed five motions challenging the State's requested sentence.  The Court granted one of the motions – cutting the sentence in half and giving the defendant a chance of freedom.

  • Case Dismissed Traffic Offense
    • Criminal Defense

    Attorney Adam D. Stolte intervened, explaining the law to the prosecutor.  The charge was dismissed without the need for a hearing.

  • Favorable Outcome
    • Criminal Defense

    Attorney Adam D. Stolte argued federal and state case law required a 184-month corrected sentence.  The district court agreed, taking nearly 14 years off client's sentence.

  • Favorable Outcome
    • Criminal Defense

    On remand to the district court, the error was fixed resulting in appropriately adding 365 days to his time spent in custody.

  • Hung Jury by Plea Offer Marijuana Charges
    • Criminal Defense

    The jury evenly split with half electing a not-guilty verdict. Following the trial, the prosecutor offered a plea that client accepted.

  • Reversed on Appeal Manslaughter
    • Criminal Defense

    Conviction was reversed because there was no legal basis for the State to argue that the defendant was engaged in a sudden quarrel.

  • Reversed on Appeal Battery on Police Officer
    • Criminal Defense

    Because the State could not prove that the instructions were harmless beyond a reasonable doubt, the charges were reversed.

  • Reversed on Appeal Theft Conviction
    • Criminal Defense

    The District Court committed reversible error by failing to explain to the jury that the fact that a person committed one crime is irrelevant to prove he or she committed another crime.

  • Reversed on Appeal Aggravated Burglary Conviction
    • Criminal Defense

    The Court of Appeals agreed that there was no legal basis to support an aggravated burglary charge.

  • Case Dropped Motion to Suppress Results in Dismissal of DUI Charges
    • DUI

    Because the possible accident with the semi caused the client to leave her lane and cross the centerline, the prosecutor dropped the case without the need for a trial.

  • Charge Dismissed Prosecutor Drops Case upon Reviewing Motion to Dismiss
    • Criminal Defense

    Attorney Adam D. Stolte intervened, explaining the law to the prosecutor. The charge was dismissed without the need for a hearing.

  • 1 Case Dismissed, 1 Not Guilty Verdict Two DUI Victories for One Client
    • DUI

    The Municipal Court Judge agreed that Mr. B did not display enough clues of impairment to find him guilty of driving under the influence to a point that Mr. B could not safely operate a vehicle.

  • DUI Dismissed Review of Field Sobriety Tests Results in DUI Dismissal
    • DUI

    Thankfully, the prosecutor was reasonable and dismissed the DUI case without wasting my client’s time and resources at a needless trial.

  • Case Dismissed Motion to Revoke Probation Dismissed
    • Criminal Defense

    Based on the motion alone, the prosecutor agreed with our research and dismissed the case. Ms. O was able to avoid serious jail time and debt collection fees.

  • Case Dismissed Drug Case Dismissed After Motion to Suppress Evidence Prepared
    • Criminal Defense

    Having gone with a public defender, the other attorney did not review the evidence and walked the driver into a guilty plea with 12 months of probation and 42 days of house arrest. That’s why we are always ready for trial in every case we take. Putting forth a minimal amount of effort saved our client a year of misery and expense.

  • Case Dismissed Domestic Violence Case Dismissed
    • Criminal Defense

    At the end of the day, we were able to help our client’s wife avoid charges and get the case against Mr. S dismissed.

  • Dismissed Ready for Trial, DUI Dismissed
    • DUI
    • Case Results
    • Criminal Defense
    • DUI

    "Judge, we are ready for jury trial." That can be a frightening phrase for my clients. But, it also holds the prosecutor's feet to the fire. In this case, it forced them to dismiss the DUI charges against my client.

  • Motion To Suppress, DUI Dismissed
    • DUI
    • Case Results
    • Criminal Defense
    • DUI

    “Somebody may beat me, but they are going to have to bleed to do it.” - Prefontaine. We love this quote. Make the prosecutor work in one case, and they'll be more agreeable to a favorable disposition in another. This is why Stolte Law has an extensive pretrial motions practice.