No matter if you’re facing criminal charges or defending against discrimination or harassment, you have rights — rights that Baldwin & Vernon has dedicated itself to defending. We work as a team to develop a deep understanding of you and your case, give you an honest assessment, and then develop a strategy to present, in order to reach the best possible outcome.
We handle all types of employment law, including plaintiffs work, with a special focus on employee discrimination, sexual harassment, and the Missouri Human Rights Act. Our highly-experienced team can help you defend your rights as an employee and stand up to illegal behavior.
We understand the devastating effects being arrested and charged with a crime can have on your life. We treat all of our clients with respect, and work aggressively to defend your rights and freedoms and help you get your life back on track.
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We have extensive trial experience in both civil and criminal cases — with significant success in prosecuting discrimination and harassment claims, protecting workers and employees from predatory and discriminatory employers and corporations.
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Attorneys Kevin Baldwin, a former prosecutor, and Eric Vernon, a former public defender, work as a team representing clients across the Kansas City metro area in both Kansas and Missouri.
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Theft, also known as larceny, is one of the most common criminal charges. In Missouri, theft occurs when a person takes the property or services from another with the intent to deprive the owner without consent or by deceit or coercion. Theft can revolve around many different assets and can be seen as robbery, fraud, shoplifting, identity fraud, or embezzlement. Starting with a simple misdemeanor and working up to a class E felony, it is essential to understand the laws and what is at stake.
Evidence tampering occurs when someone tries to hide, destroy, or obscure the evidence to avoid legal consequences. This can be done by concealing, removing, destroying, or changing something before the trial. Evidence tampering can also be found within the courtroom by producing or presenting evidence that one knows is false or misleading to the case.
Roe v Wade Overturned: What does it mean? On June 24th, 2022, Roe v. Wade was overturned on a 5-4 vote, ending an almost 50-year federal protection over abortions in the first trimesters of a...
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