About Steve Schanker Attorney at Law
Dedicated to His Client's Success
Whether an alleged repeat offense or first time,
Attorney Steve Schanker is available, dependable, and determined to help
you win your case. He recently won an appeal of a license revocation of an alleged third-time
DUI offender, and also won an acquittal for an alleged second-time DUI
offender in the Kansas City area. These facts clearly prove that Steve
Schanker is a consistent source of high quality representation and accomplished results.
It's important to remember that Steve Schanker actively represents
DUI clients from both Missouri and Kansas. He comes highly regarded as
a prominent defense attorney, and he can help you with all of the complexities
that come with these cases. Hiring the wrong representation or deciding
to defend yourself could ultimately decide your fate regarding jail time,
fines, and license revocation.
Attorney Schanker has been practicing since 1994. He graduated from the
University of Missouri at Kansas City with a Bachelor's in Business
and a Doctorate in Law, and is a member of the Missouri Bar Association,
the Kansas bar Association, the Johnson County Bar Association, and the
Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association.
Attorney Steve Schanker has been offered membership as one of the top 100
DWI attorneys in Missouri by The National Advocacy for DUI Defense, LLC
(NAFDD). This is an invitation-only membership with a highly-acclaimed
professional legal organization.
Attorney Schanker offers his skills to benefit the community through serving.
He has recently been appointed administrator of the clothing ministry
of Hands to Hearts. This is a Kansas City charitable organization for
children. You can find out more information by
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DUI charges are often time-sensitive, so it is important to make your decision
about hiring representation quickly. This decision could help or hurt
you in the end, so get informed about all your available options and make
up your mind within the first few weeks of your charge.