201705.12
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Dan Monnat Named to Who’s Who Legal Investigations 2017

Who’s Who Legal 2017 has named Dan Monnat as one of the world’s leading practitioners in the Investigations sector. Who’s Who Legal combines annually with Global Investigations Review to identify the world’s leading lawyers, forensic accountants and digital forensics experts who assist companies and individuals during internal and external investigations.

201702.14
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Update: City Council approves adding cameras to Old Town

The Wichita City Council voted to approve security upgrades in the Old Town area by adding up to 70 high-definition cameras. KSN legal analyst, Dan Monnat, says the cameras and surveillance are within the legal limits of privacy. “I don’t think 70 cameras in a public place push the limits of privacy any more than 70 law enforcement officers in a public place,” says Monnat.

201607.03
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Dan Monnat Named by Chambers USA As One of Kansas’ Top Litigators In White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations

WICHITA, Kan. – Dan Monnat, of Monnat & Spurrier, Chartered, has been named by Chambers USA 2016 as one of Kansas’ top litigators in White-Collar Crime and Government Investigations. The publication, which conducts independent surveys of both lawyers and their clients, writes that Monnat is a “highly regarded criminal defense lawyer with significant trial and appellate…

201603.23
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Dan Monnat for the Supreme Court?

Merrick Garland hasn’t exactly had resounding support as President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, but Wichita’s Dan Monnat has had a nice plug for the job. The attorney’s former law professor, retired Creighton University professor Richard Shugrue, wrote an article about the selection process for Omaha’s Daily Record, a legal and business news publication. In it,…

201512.31
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Ring in the new year safe, save big $$

Costs can add up quickly if you are accused of a first, second, third or subsequent DUI, Dan Monnat tells KSN News. There is the possibility of jail time, fines ranging from $750 to $2,500 and innumerable costs for treatment… interlock devices…”