A Firm Dedicated to Vigorous Advocacy

The Alexander law Firm, LLC is dedicated to the practice of criminal defense. What makes our firm unique is our resolve to fight every step of the way for our clients to seek the best possible result on their behalf.

While some firms may run a high-volume practice where an emphasis is placed on plea agreements, we take a limited number of cases and are known for our skilled trial advocacy. While we always keep the lines of communication with the prosecution open to determine if a favorable plea is available, we are not afraid to take a case to trial if necessary to protect the rights and interests of a client.

Put Our Reputation to Work For you

Prosecutors do not offer a favorable plea agreement out of a sense of charity. Prosecutors are reasonable when they understand that a charge is not supported by evidence or where they feel uncertain about their ability to obtain a conviction at trial. However, if you are represented by a criminal defense lawyer who never takes cases to trial, the prosecution has no reason to be concerned. In short — you have no leverage.

At The Alexander Law Firm, LLC we fully investigate the facts of each case through a thorough discovery process. Where helpful, we have the ability to retain experts to uncover flaws in the prosecution’s theory of the case. If we feel it is in the best interests of a client to fight their charges at trial, we are always thoroughly prepared to do so. We believe strongly that clients benefit from our reputation for skilled trial advocacy.

What are your rights if you have been Arrested?

You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say, can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. CONTACT OUR OFFICE IMMEDIATELY

When the FBI or police come to your door asking questions, you have very little time to protect your constitutional rights. Call the The Alexander Law Firm, LLC immediately at (913) 912-3338.


If you are a suspect, just affirming your whereabouts on a particular occasion could jeopardize your defense. Never volunteer information to authorities with out speaking with a lawyer

Officers will continue to try to gain information from you until you ask for a lawyer. Unless you say, “I want a lawyer,” authorities can continue to talk to you and ask questions. Once you request an attorney, police must stop their interrogation. They then have a certain time period in which to either charge you with an offense or release you. Use your right to an attorney and say, “I want a lawyer.”


Except for certain limited circumstances, if the police do not have a warrant, they do not have a right to search you, your car, or your house. You should never consent to a search. If you consent to a search, you run the risk that the police will find something illegal, that they will see something that will give them permission to inquire further. If police want to search you, your car, or your house, contact our office immediately. The only thing you should ever say to an officer is, “I want to call my attorney”.

Contact Us Immediately

If you need a Kansas City criminal defense attorney who will fight hard to protect your record, rights and freedom, contact The Alexander Law Firm, LLC. To contact our firm, call 913-912-3338