Prairie Village Criminal Defense Attorney
The Prairie Village Municipal Court is located within the Municipal Building just South of Shawnee Mission East High School. A parking lot is located in the front of the building. A second parking lot is available just to the south of the building. When you walk into the building, turn to the right. The courtroom is at the end of the hall to the left. Inside, you must check in with the clerk. If you do not do this, you will not be in line to speak with the prosecutor or the judge.
For a link to the Prairie Village Municipal Court website, click HERE.
Prairie Village DUI Defense Attorney
If you are charged with a DUI in Prairie Village, you must act quickly to protect your driver's license. A driver's license will be automatically suspended if you do not request an administrative hearing with 14 days of being pulled over.
The Prairie Village Municipal Court can prosecute arrests for First DUI or Second DUI. If the arrest is the third or more, the case will be sent to the Johnson County District Court.
To convict you of DUI, the prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you operated or attempted to operate a vehicle while intoxicated. A Prairie Village DUI Attorney will review the evidence in your case to determine whether all of the elements of a Prairie Village DUI are present. If not, you may have a legal or factual defense to your case.
Prairie Village Defense Attorney
The Prairie Village Municipal Court can also prosecute traffic and other misdemeanor offenses. Most commonly, the Court sees minor drug possession cases involving possession of marijuana or possession of paraphernalia.
Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have questions about your Prairie Village Court case, contact Attorney Adam D. Stolte at 913-270-0497 to discuss your options.