Stone Law Office is the work space of Gary D. Stone who has served as a prosecutor for more than 12 years in the county of Wyandotte. His outclass educational expertise and professional skills gained him the status of a successful lawyer early during his career. He is a member of a number of professional law associations. These include National District Attorneys Association, American Bar Association, Kansas Bar Association, Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, and National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
Stone law office specializes in giving legal advice and assistance in criminal cases. The office believes in supporting the client and considers them innocent until proven guilty. Stone has a reputation of winning some of the most complex criminal cases and getting justice for his clients. He believes in ensuring that the client is aware of his/her rights before taking the cases to the court. At Stone law office, it is ensured that the matter is resolved outside the court with the mutual consent of both the conflicting parties. Out of court settlements always benefit both the parties as they save a lot of time and cost. However, in case an out of court settlement does not work out, the office is fully prepared and dedicated towards fighting for the right of their client before the court.
Customer satisfaction is another of the key features of Stone law office. Clients are taken in full confidence before pursuing any course of action against the opposing party. Lawyers discuss the case completely with the client and make sure they have complete background knowledge of the case in order to win it. Clients are made comfortable and ensured that their concerns are dealt with and that their discussions with the lawyer are absolutely confidential.
Stone has a history of handling criminal cases. These could be as severe as murder cases and as minor as violation of traffic laws. He specializes in handling practice areas such as drug crimes, drunk driving, drug offenses, traffic offenses, DUI, murder/ homicide, assault, theft, felony crimes, domestic battery, weapons violation, probation violation, and driver’s license revocation and suspension.