Ryan J. Krupp
Ryan Krupp is a Trial Attorney who graduated from UMKC School of Law with an Emphasis in Advocacy Honors. During his time in Kansas City he worked for both the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office and Johnson County District Attorney’s Office where he appeared in court on behalf of the State of Missouri and Kansas in the criminal prosecution of among other things, Domestic Violence, Assault, Drug Cases, SVU Cases, Juvenile Offenders, and other felonies and misdemeanors. He tried numerous cases to a judge and jury.
Ryan is a native St. Louisan and is an alumni of Marquette High-School and Missouri Baptist University where he played men’s soccer, racking up several honors including two Academic All-American Awards, as well as Scholar Athlete Nominations and Academic All-Conference honors. Ryan is passionate about using his winning mindset to help people and ensure justice.
- The Order of the Barristers
- Bar Association of Metropolitan Saint Louis (BAMSL)
- Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA)
- Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (MACDL)
- Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society
Awards & Honors
- Inducted into Order of the Barristers
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Constitutional Law
- Honors Award
- National Semi-Finalist; National Criminal Justice Trial Competition
- Who’s Who Among American Universities and Colleges
- Two-Time NAIA Men’s Soccer Academic All American
Writings & Publications
- Shut Up Kid; How courts are treating the age factor in juvenile interrogations and how to practice the motion to suppress (2018)
- A look at the United States Supreme Court's decision on arbitration agreements and saving the right to a jury trial when faced with a motion to compel
November 19, 2018 2:51 p.m.
State officials dropped all charges against a teenager who was facing four felony charges and up to 37 years in prison in connection with a high-profile luxury car theft in St. Peters, Missouri which occurred in March of 2018.
The defendant was charged with three counts of Felony Stealing over $25,000 and one count of 2nd Degree Burglary. Court documents filed by state prosecutors alleged that suspects broke into a Mid-Rivers car dealership and stole among other things a 2018 Maserati.
A motion to suppress evidence filed by the defendant’s attorney, Ryan Krupp argued that there was no physical evidence linking the defendant to the crime scene.
“We’re happy with the result and think the decision to drop the charges was fair and ethical. A true win for the justice system,” said Krupp.
The defendant’s trial was set to begin Tuesday, December 4th.