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Dee Wampler and Joseph S. Passanise honored as ‘Best Lawyers’

By |March 20th, 2017|

Law Offices of Dee Wampler and Joseph S. Passanise honored as ‘Best Lawyers’

Dee Wampler and Joseph Passanise have been recognized again as “Best Lawyers” and the firm has been recognized as a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report. Their selection was based on their outstanding work in the practice areas of criminal defense: general […]

Press Release: Dee Wampler and Joseph Passanise Receive “Best Lawyers” and “Best Law Firm” Recognition

By |February 14th, 2017|

Dee Wampler and Joseph Passanise Receive “Best Lawyers” and “Best Law Firm” Recognition

SPRINGFIELD, MO: Dee Wampler and Joseph Passanise have been recognized again as “Best Lawyers” and the firm has been recognized as a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News & World Report. Mr. Wampler and Mr. Passanise are not new to this honor as […]

Is Miranda Required in Traffic Stops?

By |January 23rd, 2017|

By Dee Wampler
Miranda v. Arizona warnings are not necessary during questioning pursuant to a routine traffic stop and statements made during a non-custodial traffic stop are admissible into evidence.

Roadside detentions may only last for a time necessary to conduct a reasonable investigation which includes “asking for the driver’s license, requesting the driver to sit […]

New Marijuana Laws

By |January 10th, 2017|

By: Dee Wampler

New marijuana laws have changed first-time offenses
Effective in 2017, possession of less than ten (10) grams of marijuana no longer carries a jail sentence. Some small amounts of marijuana are now classified as Class “D” misdemeanors which carries a maximum fine of $500. A conviction will still be a criminal conviction so it […]

The Requirement to “Knock and Announce”

By |January 10th, 2017|

By: Dee Wampler

When does “knock and announce” not apply?
The Fourth Amendment requires all police3 officers “knock and announce” their identity and purpose entry into your house or apartment even with a search warrant.¹
The “no-knock entry” is always present in felony drug cases, especially where there is an extremely high risk of serious, if not deadly […]

PRESS RELEASE STATEMENT: Mr. Wampler Demands Gavin Devic’s Record be Cleared

By |January 9th, 2017|

Gavin Devic has an outstanding and nearly perfect school record and accomplishments for a 17 year old high school student. He is an example of what we all hope and pray for our young people to be as future leaders.

He lettered in three (3) sports: Track, football, and wrestling. He was on schedule to set […]

New Gun Laws in 2017

By |January 9th, 2017|

By: Dee Wampler

New gun laws are changing the landscape for self-defense
The new Missouri constitutional-carry law (2017) provides:

Removes the permitting requirement for carrying a concealed weapon (with a few exceptions);
Expands the state’s existing Castle Doctrine to include guests such as babysitters, who now can defend the property as if it is their own;
Individuals who carry concealed […]

Constitutional Carry

By |January 9th, 2017|

By: Dee Wampler

Our Changing Constitutional Carry
Our new gun law (2017) expands Missouri’s existing Castle Doctrine in which you can now “stand your ground,” wherever you have a legal right to be, should you be threatened with serious or deadly force. It eliminates current requirements requiring Missouri citizens to obtain training, education, background checks, and permits […]

Illegal Aliens Can Have Guns

By |December 20th, 2016|

By: Dee Wampler

The Second Amendment blankets more than just citizens
Mariano Meza-Rodriguez, a citizen of Mexico, was arrested in August 2013, carrying a .22 caliber cartridge. He was arrested after causing armed disturbances at several bars. After a foot chase, they apprehended him and patted him down turning up a loaded weapon. Video Surveillance at the […]

Ghosts of Ferguson Doesn’t Scare High Court

By |December 20th, 2016|

By: Dee Wampler

Unconstitutional detention can lead to Constitutional searches
An officer’s lack of reasonable suspicion to stop a pedestrian doesn’t taint evidence gained in a search conducted after the officer has discovered that the person has a valid arrest warrant. (Somewhat similar to the arrest of Michael Brown.)¹
In June, 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Utah […]