St. Louis Criminal Defense Attorneys

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Ryan Krupp and James Krupp

St. Louis & St. Charles Criminal Defense Lawyers

At Krupp Law Firm we strive to ensure justice at every level. We handle most types of criminal cases such as municipal court charges, misdemeanors, and felonies. We also handle juvenile offenses and DUI/DWI charges. Not all criminal defense lawyers are the same. If you have been charged with a crime you need the best defense possible. If you have been charged with a crime do not waste precious time, contact us for a free consultation so we can help you with your case. If you need help call us right away!

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Why Hire A Trial Lawyer?

A criminal trial is complex, and having an experienced attorney on your side can help you navigate through each step of the process.

An experienced trial lawyer is a type of lawyer who specializes in presenting cases before a court of law. They are responsible for researching the laws, preparing legal documents and arguments, representing their clients in court proceedings, and providing advice on litigation matters.

Here are some key reasons why a prospective client should consider hiring a criminal defense attorney with trial experience:

Knowledge of Criminal Law

Our experienced criminal defense lawyers have extensive knowledge of all aspects of criminal law, including state and federal laws and legal procedures. They understand what defenses may be available to their clients, as well as how to present them in court in order to achieve the best possible outcome for their case. With this understanding, Krupp Law Firm is better equipped to assess potential risks associated with taking a case to trial versus settling out-of-court or pleading guilty.

Understanding Courtroom Procedures

When it comes time for courtroom proceedings, Krupp Law Firm knows how things work in that particular courtroom—including which judges prefer certain arguments or evidence over others—which gives them an advantage when presenting cases before these judges.

Krupp Law Firm knows how to handle objections from prosecutors and other lawyers who may try to block any testimony or evidence presented by the defendant’s counsel during hearings or trials; something that could potentially lead to dismissal if not handled properly by inexperienced lawyers without trial experience..

Crafting Effective Strategies

In addition to knowing courtroom procedure inside and out, our attorneys have significant trial experience and understand different strategies that can help strengthen our clients’ cases while minimizing risk at every stage of prosecution—from pre-trial motions right up until sentencing (if necessary). Krupp Law Firm being knowledgeable about both sides’ tactics allows them develop effective strategies that increase chances for success on behalf of their clients throughout the entire process leading up until final judgment is issued by the court system.

Ability To Negotiate Deals

Krupp Law Firm attorneys possess strong negotiation skills which come into play when attempting plea bargains prior to going before a judge during hearings/trials; deals which could ultimately result in reduced charges being filed against defendants due largely in part because our attorneys know where prosecutors “weak spots” lie when it comes time for negotiations like these take place--something far less likely if inexperienced attorneys were involved instead.

There are many benefits associated with hiring our qualified criminal defense attorneys who have substantial courtroom experience under their belt; most importantly however is knowing we have been battle tested via numerous cases just like yours--allowing you peace mind knowing everything possible is being done ensure justice served accordingly end result.

why would a lawyer want to go to trial?

If we believe that you have a strong case and will be better served by having your day in court. This is because a trial offers the opportunity for all evidence and arguments to be presented before an impartial judge or jury, allowing them the chance to make an informed decision on the matter.

Going through with a trial allows both parties involved in litigation to have their voices heard, which can often be seen as more fair than settling out of court.

Can I go to trial without a lawyer?

Yes, you can choose to represent yourself in a trial without an attorney. This is known as proceeding pro se. However, it is not recommended that you do so because the court process and laws are complicated and difficult for non-lawyers to understand. It is best to seek out legal advice before deciding whether or not to proceed without an attorney. Contact the Krupp Law Firm today for a free consultation. 

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Criminal Charges

Drug Charges

Sentencing For Drug Crimes

Class Level Max Fine Min Sentence Max Sentence
A Felony n/a 10 Life Imprisonment
B Felony n/a 5 15 Years
C Felony $10,000 3 10 Years
D Felony $10,000 n/a 7 Years
E Felony $10,000 n/a 4 Years
A Misdemeanor $2,000 n/a 1 Year
B Misdemeanor $1,000 n/a 6 Months
C Misdemeanor $750 n/a 15 days
D Misdemeanor $500 n/a n/a
ANY Infraction $400 n/a n/a

Success In The Courtroom

  • Police Find Heroin in Client’s sock in St. Louis County.
    • Case dismissed after Ryan Krupp finds discrepancy in lab report.
  • Police Find Heroin and marijuana in Client’s pocket in St. Charles County.
    • Case dismissed after Ryan Krupp files Motion to Suppress the Evidence.
  • Missouri Man Release from Sex Offender Registry after Wrongfully been labeled as a sex offender for 17 years. (Civil Rights page)
  • St. Louis County client gets 1 year of probation for theft, while co-defendant not represented by Krupp law Firm gets 5 years of prison for same crime.
  • St. Louis County Man facing life in prison for Stabbing gets short probation deal.

Client Reviews

"Great criminal defense attorneys for St.Louis and St. Charles area! The only law firm I would ever recommend for personal injury and/or criminal defense cases. Very knowledgeable and experienced."
Callie Jacobs

"Positive: Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, Value Knowledge, Professional, understanding and friendly.

Got me out of possession charge with no problem. No court hearing, No Record, and replies to message or phone call quickly. I could go on for awhile why I like this law firm but I'm tried and been working all week so I'll leave it short and sweet. Would recommend to anyone. For advice or trial attorney. Shout out to Ryan."

Joseph Fry

"Best lawyer I have ever seen. I have never seen a lawyer come in a court room and act as if his life was on the line. This lawyer showed me very different.

Ryan was so good even the judge had something to say about his cross examines. He knew exactly what to say and when to say it. I would recommend Ryan to everyone. Ryan is by far the best lawyer. Thank you Ryan Krupp"

Stacey Lindley
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