Suspended driver gets sentenced to a year in jail

Date: 
09/03/2015

Timothy Wright, a resident of Leavenworth,  was convicted by a jury of driving while suspended.  In March 2015, detectives working for the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Office were conducting surveillance due to reported crimes in the area.  They saw Timothy Wright driving a truck, even though Wright's driver's license has been suspended since 1992. Judge Asher sentenced Wright to the maximum sentence of one year in jail consecutive to Wright's other cases.

Leavenworth County Attorney's Office helping other offices throughout the State

Date: 
08/24/2015

Our office was one of the first prosecutorial offices to go paperless, thanks to Roger Marrs.  We welcome other offices in helping become more efficient.  Seen here is our office presenting our system to other prosecutorial offices throughout the State. We are discussing digital files, paperless system, software demonstration, E-discovery, and E-filing.

Leavenworth County Attorney's office teaches DARE students about Court

Date: 
08/24/2015

Our office working with LVPD teaching DARE students the courtroom process.

County Attorney asked to be a member of the Prison Population Projection Consensus Group

Date: 
08/24/2015

Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson has been selected to be part of the Prison Population Projection Consensus Group meeting.  This is a group of members of the Kansas Sentencing Commission, Kansas Department of Corrections, Kansas judicial branch, a member of the indigent defense, and a Kansas prosecutor set up to review the trends of those being imprisoned in the State of Kansas and assess future growth and trends.