June 17, 2020
Orders of Protection in Missouri

What is an Order of Protection? In Missouri, an “order of protection” is a civil court order that requires one person to stay away from, maintain distance from, and/or avoid contact with another person or persons. Although they are similar to the more commonly known “restraining order,” they are in fact different. Most notably, an […]

May 21, 2020
Nicholas Williams Teaching Online Trial Skills Course

Nicholas Williams, National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) Program Director for the St. Louis and Kansas City Deposition Skills Training Courses, will be teaching a four-part trial skills online course beginning May 22, 2020. The course consists of four modules, including: 1. Direct and cross examination of lay witnesses; 2. Expert witness examination; 3. Opening […]

May 6, 2020
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Jails and Prisons

As COVID-19 has wreaked havoc across the world, our nation’s jails and prisons have become the epicenters of the outbreak in the United States, greatly increasing the risk that the people confined within their walls will contract COVID-19. Why is COVID-19 so Dangerous in Jails and Prisons? Populous, confined spaces—whether they are nursing homes, cruise […]

March 7, 2020
KesslerWilliams in the News Regarding Prosecutorial Misconduct
February 4, 2020
KesslerWilliams Client Acquitted of Assault Charges
January 23, 2020
Federal Defendant Receives Below-Guidelines Sentence for Embezzlement
January 8, 2020
Nicholas Williams Speaks On Behalf of Client’s Family
September 27, 2019
Nicholas Williams Interviewed by Keith Morrison on Dateline