My name is Traci Fann, and I graduated from the University of Missouri Kansas City Law School in 1990 and was admitted to practice law in Missouri in 1990. Immediately upon graduation, I began working at Legal Aid of Western Missouri, a nonprofit legal services corporation. As an attorney for Legal Aid of Western Missouri, I practiced criminal defense in Kansas City Municipal Court and Jackson County Circuit Court. In 2000, I went into private practice with another attorney until 2013. In January of 2014, I started the Law Office of Traci Fann, LLC. I practice criminal law and traffic law in the greater Kansas City Metropolitan area. I handle cases in Cass, Clay, Jackson, Lafayette and Platte Counties. If you have any cases in city court I practice in all municipalities throughout the Kansas City area including Blue Springs, Belton, Buckner, Independence, Gladstone, Grain Valley, Grandview, Independence, Lake Lotawana, Lee’s Summit, Liberty, North Kansas City, Northmoor, Randolph, Riverside, and Sugar Creek.
If you have license issues, I will help you determine if you are eligible to get your license reinstated and what you need to do to make that happen. In addition, I represent people who have an order of protection filed against them and fight to help them not get the full order or protection placed on them.
I handle all types of criminal cases such as stealing, assault, possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia, child endangerment, property damage. The traffic cases I handle range from careless and imprudent driving, speeding, driving while suspended or revoked, leaving the scene of an accident, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failing to signal, improper turn, and running a red light.
When you experience a traffic ticket or an encounter with law enforcement, I know what a stressful event that can be. With more than twenty three years of experience defending clients let me worry about your traffic and criminal matters so that you don't have to.
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