Ryan Krupp is a personal injury and criminal defense attorney in St. Louis and St. Charles County. Previously, he worked for both the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office and Johnson County District Attorney’s Office where he appeared in court on behalf of the State of Missouri and Kansas in the criminal prosecution of among other things, Domestic Violence, Assault, Drug Cases, SVU Cases, Juvenile Offenders, and other felonies and misdemeanors. He tried numerous cases to a judge and jury.
Ryan is a native St. Louisan and is an alumni of Marquette High-School and Missouri Baptist University where he played men’s soccer, racking up several honors including two Academic All-American Awards, as well as Scholar Athlete Nominations and Academic All-Conference honors. Ryan is passionate about using his winning mindset to help people and ensure justice.
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- Missouri Baptist College
- B.S. | Business Administration
- Honors: Magna Cum Laude, Academic All-American, MBU Institute for Leadership, Whose Who Among American Colleges and Universities, Daktronics NAIA Men's Scholar Athlete, Academic All-Conference.
- Activities: Men's Soccer Team
- University of Missouri - Kansas City
- Honors: Order of Barristers, CALI Excellence for the Future Award - Constitutional Law
- Activities: National Trial Advocacy Team
- The Missouri Bar # 71045
- Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
- Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
- Executive Board Member
- Order of Barristers
- Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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- Adjunct Professor Constitutional Law
- Missouri Baptist University
- Attorney and Counselor of Law
- Missouri State Bar
- Krupp Law Firm
https://Krupplawfirm.com4th Amendment and Motions to Suppress
Professor Ryan Krupp explains the Exclusionary Rule of the 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution and how evidence is suppressed from trial. #law #lawyer #criminaljustice #lawenforcement #constitutionallaw #krupplawfirm #stlouis #highereducation https://krupplawfirm.comGet a DWI in St. Louis? Ryan Krupp explains the process and law.
https://krupplawfirm.com/criminal-def... A DWI or DUI Charge in St. Louis or St. Charles County can come with serious consequences. If you have found yourself in this situation it is important to hire a St. Louis DUI DWI lawyer, especially one who has experience in the prosecution of DWI and DUI related crimes and knows what to look for. A DWI has criminal and collateral consequences, meaning that it could go on your criminal record and also affect other parts of your life including your driving privileges, your insurance and even your work. Don’t hesitate to contact a St. Louis DWI Lawyer of ST. Charles DWI lawyer at the Krupp Law Firm as some aspects of a DWI have time restrictions which can greatly affect how your case proceeds. If you want to know more about DUI DWI Law in St. Louis and St. Charles, here you will find the answers to some of the top 10 most frequently asked questions on the topic.If you have been charged with Drug Trafficking. Missouri laws explained.
read more: https://krupplawfirm.com/criminal-def... Drug trafficking charges in St. Louis in St. Charles carry with it State and Federal considerations. The primary difference between a state and Federal charge for drug trafficking is that a federal charge for drug trafficking will most likely come with a more serious sentence due to the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. If you are charged with drug trafficking you should contact a drug crime lawyer to evaluate and defend your case. What Are The Different Degrees Of Drug Trafficking In Missouri? Drug Trafficking First Degree: B To A Felony In Missouri, a person commits the offense of trafficking drugs in the first degree if, except as authorized by law, such person knowingly distributes, delivers, manufactures, produces or attempts to distribute, deliver, manufacture or produce: More than thirty grams but less than ninety grams of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of heroin; More than one hundred fifty grams but less than four hundred fifty grams of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of coca leaves, except coca leaves and extracts of coca leaves from which cocaine, ecgonine, and derivatives of ecgonine or their salts have been removed; cocaine salts and their optical and geometric isomers, and salts of isomers; ecgonine, its derivatives, their salts, isomers, and salts of isomers; or any compound, mixture, or preparation which contains any quantity of any of the foregoing substances; More than eight grams but less than twenty-four grams of a mixture or substance which contains cocaine base; More than five hundred milligrams but less than one gram of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD); More than thirty grams but less than ninety grams of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of phencyclidine (PCP); More than four grams but less than twelve grams of phencyclidine; More than thirty kilograms but less than one hundred kilograms of a mixture or substance containing marijuana; More than thirty grams but less than ninety grams of any material, compound, mixture, or preparation containing any quantity of the following substances having a stimulant effect on the central nervous system: amphetamine, its salts, optical isomers and salts of its optical isomers; methamphetamine, its salts, optical isomers and salts of its optical isomers; phenmetrazine and its salts; or methylphenidate; orDrug Paraphernalia criminal charges and Missouri law explained
A criminal charge for possession of drug paraphernalia can be serious offense which could result in a misdemeanor or even a felony on your record. When you are charged with possession of drug paraphernalia you want to have somebody on your side who is knowledgeable about the subject, who has had District Attorney drug training and has handled many cases involving the possession of drug paraphernalia. At the Krupp law firm, we have the experience and have had success analyzing the consistency of lab reports and the evidence involving possession of drug paraphernalia charges. What Are The Most Common Charges Associated With Drug Paraphernalia In St. Louis And St. Charles County? In St. Louis and St. Charles County, possession of drug paraphernalia is one of the most common drug charges. Possession of drug paraphernalia most often arises when someone is charged with an underlying possession of a controlled substance. Thus, most commonly possession of drug paraphernalia is one of several charges that a defendant may be charged with. The charge most commonly arises associated with marijuana, heroin, methamphetamine (meth) and cocaine or cocaine based substances, although it can arise from other controlled substances. https://krupplawfirm.com/criminal-def...