Tyler

Friedrich

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Raymore, MO
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in MO
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About Tyler

Young aspiring attorney looking to build professional relationships. I have extensive domestic and criminal experience as I have worked for the State and Federal Public Defenders Office. I now work at a small firm representing clients in domestic and criminal matters. I am a certified Gairdian Ad Litem and I daily participate in criminal matters as well as civil/divorce/domestic/probate matters. Let me know what you need help with, I would be more than glad to work together in finding the right solution for you.

Top Case Types

Driving Under the Influence/Driving While Intoxicated: 25%

Criminal Defense: Felonies: 25%

Criminal Defense: Misdemeanors: 25%

Divorce: 10%

Wills: 10%

Power of Attorney: 5%

Languages Spoken

English

Background

Experience

Associate Attorney, Friedrich Law Office

August 2018 - Pursuing

Attorney, Missouri Public Defender's Office

August 2017 - August 2018

Education

University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law

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Contact

Office Address

315 Municipal Circle, Raymore, MO, USA

Pricing

Consultation: Free

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