When it comes to criminal behavior, "intention" can sometimes cause as much grief as the action itself. At least, that is what happened to one Kansas City man, who was recently sentenced to a 10-year prison term for intention of sexual abuse on a child.
Many people do not realize the devastating effect being charged with a weapons crime can have on their futures, but at Kelly, Symonds & Reed, we know what's at stake and put all of our resources toward helping you fight the charges you are facing. We are familiar with the laws governing weapons offenses, as well as the possible penalties in the case of a conviction, and work hard to help you understand all of your options.
Being arrested isn't the same as being found guilty of committing a crime. However, arrests are kept on record no matter how a criminal case turns out.