In mid-2013 Bath & Edmonds was hired by David Morrison regarding an ouster action filed by the Johnson County District Attorney’s office attempting to remove David from his position as city councilman for the City of Prairie Village, Kansas. Bath & Edmonds is happy to report that after a trial, appeal to the Court […]
Based on a suppression motion filed by Bath & Edmonds a Douglas County judge suppresses a warrantless blood draw. Douglas County District Attorney appeals the District Court. June 2014, Court of Appeals dismisses the appeal affirming the suppression of evidence. Attorneys at the Firm are currently involved in 5 State and 2 Federal appellate […]
Bath & Edmonds prepares to file an appellate brief in a case stemming from a motor vehicle accident in Lawrence, Kansas. At the time of the accident the police detained the motorist and subsequently obtained a sample of his blood pursuant to Kansas law. B & E argued the statute was unconstitutional and the […]
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