Over Five Decades Of Courtroom Success

Why The Attorney You Choose Matters

A brush with the law can have a lasting effect on your life. Whether you have been arrested or charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense, it is critical that your criminal issue is handled skillfully. If you choose to represent yourself, you are putting your future and your freedoms at risk.

The attorney you choose matters. A qualified criminal defense lawyer knows how to navigate the criminal process, identify flaws in the prosecution’s case and negotiate for fair outcomes with prosecutors. Attorney Dee Wampler has these skills and more. With over 50 years’ experience in criminal law, he has the insight to get results.

Equipped To Handle Complex Cases

Before entering private practice, Dee Wampler worked as an assistant prosecutor and, later, a prosecutor in Greene County. He uses this background when negotiating on your behalf outside the courtroom or advocating for your side before judge and jury. Not all criminal defense attorneys know how prosecutors think, so Dee’s perspective gives you a distinct advantage.

At his Springfield firm, Dee Wampler represents individuals charged with or accused of committing crimes related to:

  • Drug offenses
  • Drunk driving violations
  • Violent offenses, including murder, sexual assault and domestic violence
  • Weapons offenses
  • Theft offenses
  • Fraud and white collar offenses

When you hire attorney Wampler, he will work swiftly to resolve your case. Having represented countless clients in the area, he knows that you and your loved ones are overwhelmed and anxious at this time. You can count on him to explore all options available so that you can move on from this matter and work toward rebuilding your life.

Lawyer Wampler is qualified to take on complex criminal issues. He is proud of his record of success defending clients on the local, state and federal levels. Whether you need a tireless advocate for a misdemeanor or felony offense, Dee Wampler is ready to fight for your rights in Missouri and Arkansas.

Get A Strong Legal Ally In Your Corner

Do not delay when you’ve been arrested or charged with a crime. Exercise your right to counsel and contact Dee Wampler. You can reach the Springfield office online or over the phone at 417-882-9300.