Monnat & Spurrier, Chartered
Vigorous Courtroom Defense, Rigorous Legal Scholarship.
Size of Organization: 5
Year Established: 1985Web Site: http://www.monnat.com
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In 1985, defense attorney Dan Monnat teamed with legal scholar Stan Spurrier to form the criminal defense team of Monnat & Spurrier, Chartered. Today the firm has five lawyers, and one overriding philosophy: cases are won with vigorous courtroom argument, backed by rigorous legal scholarship. For every lawyer in the courtroom, there is one in the office, poring over case law and developing cutting-edge legal strategies. The firm's winning reputation for criminal defense is widely known through media coverage of Monnat's tenacious representation of accountants, children, clergy, doctors, lawyers, law enforcement officers, teachers and the unfortunate person whose home was mistakenly raided by police as being that of BTK. Monnat's articles have been featured in numerous legal publications, and he lectures nationwide on criminal defense strategies and juror psychology.
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Why Criminal-Defense Lawyers Love Their Work (And You Should Too)
Daniel E. Monnat,Paige Nichols,Jennifer Roth, August 6, 2013, previously published by Kansas Association for Justice Journal, July 2013
on July 2013
Most criminal-defense lawyers have a story to tell of a client who inspired them to take up or carry on the challenging work of defending. We’ve been telling these stories a lot this year, both in celebration of the golden anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright,1 and to commemorate the lifework...
Sidelining the Prosecutor in a Criminal Case
Daniel E. Monnat,Paige Nichols, July 26, 2011, previously published by Kansas Trial Lawyers Association Journal
on July 2007
While the absence of much law on the removal of prosecutors in Kansas suggests that Kansas prosecutors are ordinarily aware of and adhere to their limits, defense counsel should be alert to potential conflicts of interest and other disqualifying circumstances.