WICHITA – Who’s Who Legal: Business Crime Defense 2019 has named Dan Monnat as one of the world’s leading business crime defense attorneys. Earlier this year, Monnat also was named as a leading attorney on the Who’s Who Legal: Government Investigations list. The London-based Who’s Who Legal publishes 34 different guides listing top-rated lawyers and courtroom experts in various sectors of corporate, commercial law, and government investigations.
Wichita police say they have found a 2-year-old girl safe and arrested her mother
for felony interference with law enforcement (false information concerning death or disappearance of a child). Attorney Dan Monnat says interfering with law enforcement officers can be serious, because “hundreds of person hours and thousands of taxpayer dollars can be spent during a wild goose chase. People who make false statements… risk wrecking the system.”
WICHITA – For the third consecutive year, Who’s Who Legal has named Dan Monnat one of the world’s leading practitioners in the Investigations sector. Who’s Who Legal collaborates annually with Global Investigations Review to identify the world’s leading lawyers, forensic accountants and digital forensics experts who assist companies and individuals under investigation by regulatory or law enforcement agencies.
Multiple salons in Wichita have filed police reports about a man they say has been behaving inappropriately. Police are looking into the matter, but defense attorney Dan Monnat tells KSN News, “What one person imagines is underneath another person’s clothing is, by legal definition, not a public exposure. Therefore, this accused behavior cannot be prosecuted as a violation of the lewd and lascivious behavior law….”
Wichita police say a 16-year-old robbery suspect died after being shot by an armed citizen during a robbery at a convenience store. Under Kansas law, a person is justified in standing their ground and using deadly force if the person reasonably believes such force is needed to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to themselves or someone else. KSN Legal Expert Dan Monnat says, “If a person is justified in using force in that fashion, the person, under Kansas law, is immune from prosecution….”
It is frustrating when a Porch Pirate has the audacity to steal from you but attempting to prank would-be thieves is a bad idea. “Property owners are too angry, too biased, and too invested to fairly mete out how much punishment is due the thief or trespassers,” Dan Monnat tells KSN TV. Worse, the prankster could face a potential endangerment charge…
Convicted murderer Elgin Robinson is asking the Kansas Supreme Court for new evidence of whether the detective in his case was on the Brady/Giglio list at the time of the investigation, thereby potentially compromising the detective’s testimony. KSN Legal Analyst Dan Monnat says, “If law enforcement or the prosecution had evidence about police misconduct or the motivations for which witnesses might lie, or evidence that contradicted other prosecution witnesses and they failed to turn it over to the defense, that was a constitutional violation and Mr. Robinson could get a new trial….”
Dan Monnat Named to Missouri & Kansas Top 10 and Top 100 Super Lawyers List; Sal Intagliata and Matt Gorney Also Recognized
Firm President Dan Monnat earned a ranking on both of Super Lawyers’ elite “Top 10” and “Top 100” lawyers in Kansas and Missouri. It is Monnat’s first appearance on the Top 10 list and his 13th appearance on the Top 100 list. Firm Shareholder Sal Intagliata was honored by Super Lawyers for the fifth consecutive year, while Associate Matt Gorney earned first-time recognition as one of Super Lawyers’ “Rising Stars”.
WICHITA – James Dalrymple was taken into custody the night of a crash that killed Wichita police officer, Stacy Woodson and his son, Braeden, but it wasn’t until this week, six months later, that charges were filed. Legal analyst Dan Monnat tells KSNW TV, “The prosecution has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that indeed the accused committed the offense of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs or both….”