The Law Office of Patrick Lewis, LLC
About Patrick LewisPatrick Lewis defends people accused of drug possession and sales, DUI, DWI, and violent crimes in Olathe, Johnson County, Kansas. He regularly practices in Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, as well as municipal courts in Johnson County, Kansas, like Overland Park, Shawnee, Lenexa, Mission and Leawood. He has tried cases ranging from traffic tickets to murder. Patrick regularly defends people against charges of sex crimes, marijuana, and domestic battery.
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Juvenile Law
- Traffic Tickets
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Owner, The Law Office of Patrick Lewis, LLC|
|Attorney, Morgan Pilate LLC|
|Chief Public Defender, Johnson County Public Defender|
|Trial Attorney, Sedgwick County Public Defender|
|Emory University School of Law - Emory University||LL.M.||Trial presentation|
|University of Kansas School of Law - University of Kansas||J.D.||Criminal, trial advocacy|
|Activities: Two years on litigation team. ONe year on international law litigation team.|
|Board Member, Johnson County Bar Association Municipal Bench Bar Committee|
|Legal Committee, National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws|
|Executive Director, Kansas Asssociation of Criminal Defense Lawyers|
|Board Member, Kansas Judicial Council Criminal Advisory Committee|
|Committee Member, Johnson County Bar Association|
|Board of Governors, Executive Director, Kansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers|
- Overall: 3 Answers
Q. Is it a conflict of interest if you retain a criminal lawyer who is also an Assistant District Attorney in same county?
A: I cannot imagine how an assistant district attorney would ever represent a person on a criminal charge in his county. Most, I think all, assistant district attorneys are full time employees and am confused how such an attorney is taking retained work. It certainly sounds like a conflict for the attorney to me. You should hash this out with your attorney immediately.
Q. Can one lose their rights to firearms in Kansas on Domestic Battery misdemeanor
A: WIthout a doubt. A conviction of a domestic battery will cause a person to lose his/her right to possess a firearm. A crime of domestic violence will cause a person to lose his/her right to possess a firearm under federal law.
Q. What does it cost to have a misdemeanor record expunged
A: It used to be free, but the legislature passed a bill last year setting a filing fee. That filing fee should be around one hundred dollars. You can file it yourself or hire an attorney to handle the paperwork.