Our Firm – Award Winning Springfield MO Defense Attorneys 2017-11-05T19:00:22+00:00

The Law Offices of

Dee Wampler & Joseph Passanise

Springfield MO Defense Attorneys

Springfield MO Defense AttorneysThe Law Offices of Dee Wampler & Joseph Passanise is a widely respected firm that focuses exclusively on defending clients with criminal allegations against them. Our defense attorneys have expertise in handling federal charges, serious gun and drug charges, murder, fraud, white collar crimes, and sex crimes. We also have extensive experience in more common offenses such as DWI/DUI, drug possession, domestic violence, violation of probation, burglary, and theft offenses.

We represent both adults and juveniles throughout Southwest Missouri and Arkansas as well as surrounding states. We serve a majority of our clients in Springfield, Greene County, Christian County, Webster County, Polk County, Ozark, Nixa, Marshfield, Mt. Vernon, Branson and Ava.

With over 70 years of combined experience in courtrooms around these areas, our lawyers know what it takes to provide clients with reputable representation regarding any charge that may come against them. Our team of  Springfield MO defense attorneys have been recognized among the best Springfield Defense Attorneys, year after year.

We also help our community

We chose to be criminal defense attorneys because we are committed to helping both our clients and our community as well. This is why our lawyers are actively involved in the Springfield community.

Dee Wampler serves on the Springfield Symphonies Board as well as the Springfield Crime Stoppers Board and actively speaks to different churches and organizations on social justice issues.

Joseph Passanise teaches as per-course faculty at Missouri State University on a regular basis and serves on the Parenting Life Skills Board.

Scott serves with Big Brothers & Big Sisters of the Ozarks and also serves on the Missouri State University Theta Chi Alumni Board of Directors.

Both Scott and Joe speak to social fraternities and sororities at Missouri State University and Drury University each year to advise them and answer questions regarding safe practices and laws in Greene County.