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Attorney Craig Divine has lived and worked in the Kansas City area for over 30 years. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he earned his Juris Doctor degree and a Masters Degree in Business. After graduating from law school Mr. Divine opened his private practice in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Divine is licensed to practice in both Missouri and Kansas and is admitted to the Federal Bar for the Western District of Missouri and for the District of Kansas.
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Client found NOT GUILTY on charges of felony domestic battery after a jury trial. Client's child had alleged physical abuse and disclosed being struck by his Father. Case was originally charged as a misdemeanor but upgraded to a felony after client pled not guilty and declined a plea offer. There was no physical evidence and a deposition of the alleged victim uncovered significant inconsistencies in the reports of the incident.
$100,000 recovery for a client after the vehicle he was driving was flipped as a result of being struck by a drunk driver. Client had suffered injuries to his face and back.
Clients charge of DUI was dismissed after successfully arguing a motion to suppress evidence of the clients blood alcohol concentration. Client had been stopped at a DUI Checkpoint and after field tests was asked to provide a breath sample. Court sustained the motion to suppress on the grounds the officer did not have probable cause to believe client was intoxicated, rendering the breath sample a warrantless search in violation of the constitutions of both Missouri and the United States.
Client charged with one count of First Degree Murder, two counts of First Degree Assault and three counts of Armed Criminal Action after a shooting at a local bar left one dead and two others injured. Video evidence and depositions of eye witnesses showed the client was not the shooter. After a five day jury trial client was found NOT GUILTY.
Won a money judgment for a client after her ex-husband failed to comply with the terms of the divorce decree that required him to pay maintenance and child support as well as marital debts. After a trial on the issues the Court found in favor of my client and held her ex-husband in contempt and issued a money judgment under threat of jail time to compel husband's payment of the amounts owed.
Client pulled over in Kansas when her vehicle touched the fog line (the solid white line on the right edge of the roadway). In addition to a felony DUI charge client faced drug charges for possession of edible marijuana, leaf marijuana, drug paraphernalia and open container of alcohol. After filing a motion to suppress on behalf of my client the case was dismissed without a hearing after prosecutors acknowledged the officer did not have probable cause to initiate a traffic stop for touching the fog line.
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