Olathe Kansas Criminal Law Attorney
At the law office of Michael J. Bartee, P.A., in Olathe, Kansas, Mr. Bartee defends the rights of those accused in criminal matters. Mr. Bartee’s clients benefit from his 20 years of experience practicing criminal law. Mr. Bartee began his career as a prosecutor in 1987, then switched to criminal defense in 1989. He worked for 13 years as an assistant and deputy public defender for Johnson County, Kansas. Mr. Bartee established his private criminal defense practice in Olathe in 2003.
Mr. Bartee defends clients charged with all types of crimes, traffic violations and juvenile offenses at all stages of litigation. Over his career, he has handled cases ranging from speeding tickets to first degree murder, including:
Experienced and Respected
Criminal law attorney Michael J. Bartee has extensive experience defending clients at trial and on appeal. This experience, coupled with the respect his strong trial skills have earned, has helped him negotiate favorable settlements for uncountable criminal clients prior to trial.
The Details Matter
In criminal cases, the details matter. They often mean the difference between freedom and jail. In defending your case, Mr. Bartee will take a detail-oriented approach. He will gather initial information from you, then obtain the pertinent court documents, police reports and witness statements,and conduct any further investigation needed. You and he will discuss the legal issues presented and formulate a plan for the case.
Mr. Bartee is available during normal business hours and on evenings and weekends by appointment. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact Michael J. Bartee, P.A.
Michael J. Bartee, P.A.
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Michael J. Bartee, P.A. serves clients throughout Kansas, including Olathe, Overland Park, Lenexa, Mission, Shawnee, Prairie Village, Merriam, Roeland Park, Leawood, Kansas City, Johnson County, Wyandotte County, Douglas County, Franklin County, and Miami County.
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