The O'Connor Law Firm, P.C. Kansas City MO

Do you have a past marijuana conviction and you are wishing to clear your record or obtain an expungement of your conviction? Now Kansas City, Missouri is willing to clear your record if you are eligible. This is extremely valuable for individuals looking to obtain employment or protect their record from incidents that they have learned from and wish to clear their name.

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The O'Connor Law Firm, P.C. Kansas City MO

Kansas City personal injury lawyers know that most drivers have the steering wheel and seat of their vehicles adjusted in a way that provides the most comfort and ability to see clearly over the dashboard.

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The O'Connor Law Firm, P.C. Kansas City MO

Sobriety checkpoints are common in Missouri, particularly around holidays. While sobriety checkpoints have been important in countering drunk driving, there could be changes coming this year as the state legislature debates whether DWI checkpoints should be included in the budget.

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The O'Connor Law Firm, P.C. Kansas City MO

Recently a 26-year-old Kansas City woman was charged with first degree arson and knowingly burning or exploding after authorities claimed she set fire to the apartment she lived in at Gotham Apartments twice on the same day. According to court records, Marquita Washington was seen by a neighbor flicking a lighter while pacing the halls of the apartment complex located on Linwood Blvd. Washington denied the allegations against her and was held on $50,000 bond at the time of news reports.

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The O'Connor Law Firm, P.C. Kansas City MO

None of us know when an accident is just around the corner; after all, we can't control other motorists and whether they are operating a vehicle while distracted or under the influence, or driving too fast for weather conditions. Accidents happen; it's a fact of life, even when drivers are paying close attention to the roadways.

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The O'Connor Law Firm, P.C. Kansas City MO

From marijuana and "crack" to heroin, ecstasy, and even prescription drugs such as opioids that our country is seemingly hooked on today, there are countless drugs for sale on the streets. If you're someone who is distributing or selling illegal substances, you're essentially a drug dealer. It's a dangerous job - and one that may have you concerned enough to carry a gun with you. This is where things get messy and you could even face federal charges.

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