Joseph C Baca
The Law Office of Joseph C. Baca
About Joseph C BacaJoseph Baca is a licensed Kansas attorney primarily serving clients in Sumner County, Kingman County, and Harper County. He is a former prosecuting attorney and has also served as prior legal counsel for various credit and lending agencies performing mortgage foreclosures and financial collection actions. These legal positions have afforded him experience from the initiation of a case through jury trial.
Joseph has an extensive history in Kansas legal practice. His experience in prosecution has given him unique insight into providing clients with a better understanding of the criminal proceedings in which they take part, as well as in the techniques involved to ensure a client receives the best defense.
Joseph also serves clients in a municipal capacity and can assist clients with matters in Anthony, Kingman, Wellington, or other respective cities in the counties listed above.
Directory Practice Areas
- Criminal Law
- Domestic Violence
- DUI & DWI
- Family Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
|Owner, Licensed Attorney, The Law Office of Joseph C. Baca|
|Joseph Baca is a licensed Kansas attorney primarily serving clients in Sumner County, Kingman County, and Harper County in the areas of traffic law, family law, financial law, and criminal law.|
|Deputy County Attorney, Sumner County Attorney’s Office|
|In this position, Joseph prosecuted Child-in-Need-of-Care proceedings, felonies, juvenile offenses, misdemeanor offenses, and traffic offenses. His primary duties in this position came from DUI and traffic proceedings, resulting in three solid years of traffic prosecution, including jury trial experience. During his time in this position, he also helped to develop a diversion program for juvenile offenders.|
|Associate Foreclosure Attorney, South and Associates|
|In this position, Joseph gained valuable experience in performing real estate foreclosure proceedings as well as assisting in financial collection actions for creditors and lending agencies. He also developed an understanding of how a creditor views a collection or a foreclosure proceeding and what settlement methods they find agreeable During this time, Joseph was appointed co-manager of a research group dedicated to improving loss mitigation efforts and alternate dispute arrangements.|
|Victim Advocate, Barton County Attorney's Office|
|In this position, Joseph met and interviewed victims of crime in cases charged through the office. This position gave him insight into the procedures involved in criminal law practice as well as the unique experience of learning how criminal charges can affect all parties involved both emotionally and psychologically.|
|University of Kansas||J.D.|
|Honors: School of Law Academic Scholarship|
|Activities: Officer in the Hispanic-American Law Student Association|
|Details: Also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Kansas State University and anAssociate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Garden City Community College|