Representing Clients in Kansas and Missouri
Our focus is on your needs and priorities, no matter the nature of the situation you are facing, we provide knowledgeable and experienced advice to our clients at each stage of their case, and take great pride in working closely each and every client in examining alternatives, so our clients are equipped to make well-informed decisions.
When you are facing criminal allegations, or are in need of legal representation in the Kansas City metro area, the Law Office of Michael Crawford is here to fight to protect your rights, advise you of your options and develop creative solutions geared toward optimal results.
If you’ve been charged with a DUI and are at risk of losing your license, consider turning to the Law Office of Michael Crawford.
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Attorney Michael Crawford began his education at Westminser College in Fulton, MO, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. Upon graduation from Westminster College, Michael attended law school at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law.
After graduating law school, Michael Crawford began his legal career as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in the Cole County, Missouri Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, located in Jefferson City, MO. As an Assistant Prosecutor, Michael gained immeasurable knowledge and experience not only prosecuting criminal defendants, but conducting trials, in a wide range of charges, including serious felonies. It is this foundation that gives the Law Office of Michael Crawford the expertise and confidence that its clients can count on.
It is that foundation of knowledge and experience that Attorney Michael Crawford utilizes in protecting, to the fullest extent, the rights and interests of each and every client no matter the charge they may be facing.
Everything he did went above and beyond what I was paying him for, and he earned himself a client for life.-
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