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West County Family Law

West County Family Law
Ballwin, Mo. Office

Experienced Service and Legal Counsel

Our goal at West County Family Law is to provide the highest quality of experience, service and legal counsel. With more than 65 years of
experience, attorneys
Case & Rajnoha are capable of handling many types of legal matters. Founded in 1975, West County Family Law's
trademark has been prompt, personal attention. Our success has been our dedication to our clients and protecting  their best interests and
rights. Our clients deserve to be well-represented, with quality legal services provided by a dedicated team of attorneys and paralegals. We
pride ourselves in our personal service by making sure we are available for our client throughout the legal process.

We're Here to Help You

We seek to help you through the legal problem confronting you. The first step is an easy one: call us for a free  telephone consultation at
(636) 861-1111 to speak with our Ballwin family and criminal law attorneys. You can also contact us online. We accept Visa and MasterCard.

West County Family Law is located in Ballwin, Missouri, and serves the cities of St. Louis, Chesterfield,  Fenton, Valley Park, Clayton, Creve
Coeur, Kirkwood,    Des Peres, Webster Groves, Manchester, Eureka, Hillsboro, Maryland Heights, Town and Country, Ellisville, Frontenac,
Wildwood, Ladue and Crestwood. We also serve other communities in St. Louis County, Jefferson County, St. Charles County, West County
and South County.
West County Family Law Felony Attorneys
Joel Case & Sally Rajnoha
West County Family Law
Missouri Criminal Defense Attorneys

West County Family Law
firmly defends clients involved in criminal proceedings. We are highly experienced in handling a
variety of misdemeanors and felonies, from basic traffic violations to more serious cases such as domestic violence or
driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol.

In Missouri, felonies are serious crimes that are punishable by more than one year in prison. Missouri law categorizes
felonies into four classes: Class A felonies through Class D felonies. Class A felonies are the most serious felony
crimes in Missouri.

Class A felonies include murder, first degree kidnapping, forcible rape of a child under twelve years old, first degree
robbery, and some drug crimes.

Class B felonies in Missouri include voluntary manslaughter and first degree burglary.

Class C felonies can include involuntary manslaughter in the first degree (can be a Class B or Class C felony), statutory
rape in the second degree, possession of a controlled substance, and theft.

Class D felonies are crimes such as fraud, resisting arrest, third degree domestic assault, and passing a bad check.

The following are possible basic sentences for felonies in Missouri. The state statutes also provide special sentences
for some individual crimes.

Class A felony

The authorized sentence for a Class A felony is a minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum of 30 years or life in prison.

Class B felony

For a Class B felony, the court can impose a minimum of 5 years in prison and maximum of 15 years.

Class C felony

The possible sentence for a Class C Felony is a maximum of 7 years in prison, or one year in jail, and a fine up to $5,000.

Class D felony

A Class D felony is punishable by up to 5 years in prison, or one year in jail. The court also can impose a fine up to $5,000
or twice the amount of financial gain to the offender, up to $20,000.