Attorney Justin K. Summary, has handled hundreds of criminal cases and has provided criminal defense for all types of charges ranging from class-A felonies, to misdemeanors and traffic offenses. The sooner he can get involved in your case the better.
Attorney Justin Summary earned his J.D. Degree from Southern Illinois University in 2005. He had always been interested in practicing criminal law so he immediately decided to join the Public Defender's Office where he worked for three successful years in criminal defense. After representing hundreds of clients facing a wide variety of misdemeanor and felony charges, Mr. Summary believed that in starting his own practice, he could devote more time to each individual case and thus be able to fully investigate the charges as well as aggressively defend all aspects of their case.
In 2008, Mr. Summary founded Allan & Summary. Since then, Mr. Summary has represented numerous clients in courts all over Missouri. He has extensive litigation experience and has had numerous jury and bench trials as well as valuable experience in handling suppression motions and excluding tainted evidence. Going into private practice has allowed Mr. Summary to fully realize the importance of a lawyer's duty to protect the rights of his clients by aggressively advocating on their behalf.
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