CRIMINAL HISTORY SCORES CORRECTED ON APPEAL IN MULTIPLE CASES.
In Kansas, the extent of punishments for felony charges is dependent on your prior criminal history. Prior felonies generally increase the punishment, but prior person felonies greatly increase the punishment for current charges. Basing the argument off key federal caselaw, Attorney Adam 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.