Lawyers, Law Students, and those in the legal field, get your chance at getting your name out there and getting published. We are a small growing firm in Kansas City and focus on Traffic DWI & Criminal Law.
We love to hear ideas and promote budding members of the legal community
These articles will go into our new guest writer section. You can also have your article posted on our sister site KCDefenseCounsel
Articles must be 500-2000 words, and ideally they need to be informative and well written.
All content must be original.
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Justice
- Criminal Procedure
- New Rulings in Criminal Law
- Subjects related to the above
All Content Must Be Original Content. We hold the right to decline any article.
Please also attach a bio with one link. We want you to be noticed.
Please contact us at [email protected]
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