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Sal Intagliata is a shareholder in Monnat & Spurrier, Chartered, and brings an impressive criminal law background in criminal law to the Firm. Throughout his private practice, Mr. Intagliata has focused almost exclusively on representing persons accused of criminal, white collar, and DUI offenses in federal, state and municipal courts throughout Kansas, as well as their appellate courts. As a former assistant district attorney (2005-2009), Mr. Intagliata prosecuted in the Gangs/Violent Crimes Division. His successes as a defense attorney include: homicide; violent crimes; sex offenses; property crimes; narcotics distribution/possession; firearms; financial crimes; DUI. Wichita Bar Association Vice President (2012-13) and former Board of Governors (2 terms); Kansas Judicial Council Criminal Law Subcommittee; Board of Governors KACDL. University of Kansas: B.A., Spanish & Political Science, Honors/Distinction, 1992; J.D. 1995.

Location

  • 200 West Douglas Avenue, Suite 830
    Olive W. Garvey Building
    Wichita, KS 67202

Languages

  • English
  • Italian
  • Spanish

Education

  • University of Kansas , J.D., graduated 1995
  • University of Kansas, BA, graduated 1992

Bar Admissions

  • Kansas, State Courts of Kansas (1995)
  • Kansas, United States District Court, District of Kansas (1995)
  • Kansas, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit (2002)
  • Kansas, United States Supreme Court (2003)

Affiliations

  • Kansas Supreme Court Pretrial Justice Committee - Member
  • American Bar Association - Member
  • Kansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers - Past Board of Governors
  • Kansas Bar Association - Member
  • Kansas Judicial Council - Criminal Law Advisory Committee
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers - Member
  • Wichita Bar Association - Past Vice President and Current Criminal Practice Committee Member

Lawyer of the Year Badge - 2022 - DUI / DWI Defense Lawyer of the Year Badge - 2019 - Criminal Defense: White-Collar Lawyer of the Year Badge - 2017 - Criminal Defense: General Practice

Named "Lawyer of the Year" by Best Lawyers® for:

  • DUI / DWI Defense, Wichita (2022)
  • Criminal Defense: White-Collar, Wichita (2019)
  • Criminal Defense: General Practice, Wichita (2017)

Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® 2023 for work in:

  • Criminal Defense: General Practice
  • Criminal Defense: White-Collar
  • DUI / DWI Defense

Special Focus

  • Governmental Investigations

Awards:

  • Best Lawyers in America, 2016 - 2023
  • Best Lawyers in America, Wichita Lawyer of the Year, DUI/DWI, 2022
  • Best lawyers Wichita Lawyer of the Year, Criminal Defense: White Collar, 2019
  • Best Lawyers Wichita Lawyer of the Year, Criminal Defense: General Practice, 2017
  • Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers, 2014 – present
  • Martindale-Hubble AV Preeminent, 2014 – present
  • America's Top 100 Attorneys Lifetime Achievement, 2017

State of Kansas v. Mosier

No. 12 CR 468 (Reno County, Kan., Dist. Ct. January 9, 2014): Court dismissed breach of privacy allegation prior to jury trial on defendant’s motion; client found not guilty by jury of rape and lesser included attempted rape; client only convicted by jury of lesser offense of aggravated sexual battery.

State of Kansas v. Chappell

26 Kan. App. 2d 275, 987 P.2d 1114 (1999): Kansas Court of Appeals reversed client’s convictions of aggravated indecent liberties and aggravated criminal sodomy based on trial judge’s and prosecutor’s improper comments regarding the child witness’s ability to tell the truth.

City of Wichita v. Trevino

No. 10 CM 000418 (Wichita, Kan., Mun. Ct. Aug. 17, 2010): Trial judge dismissed prostitution-related charges after prosecutor failed to comply with discovery request.

State of Kansas v. Ralstin

No. 10 CR 43 (Kiowa County, Kan., Dist. Ct. July 21, 2011): Jury verdict of “not guilty” on charge of first-degree, premeditated murder, thwarting prosecutor’s plan to seek client’s imprisonment for 50 years to life; jury convicted client only of lesser offense of second-degree murder, reducing client’s sentencing exposure by decades.

State of Kansas v. Holton

No. 09 CR 3560 (Sedgwick County, Kan., Dist. Ct. Dec. 1, 2010): Trial judge suppressed client’s alleged murder confession and other evidence—including alleged murder weapon and victim’s property—after finding that police illegally arrested client.

United States v. Jones

No. 6:01-CR-10004 (D. Kan. Nov. 14, 2001): Trial judge found client “not guilty” of being a felon in possession of ammunition, overturning jury’s guilty verdict.

State of Kansas v. Shanklin

No. 98 CR 108 (Sedgwick County, Kan., Dist. Ct July 23, 1998): Jury verdict of ”not guilty” on charges of first-degree murder and other crimes arising from a drive-by shooting.

United States v. Poulos

(U.S. Parole Comm’n 1997): United States Parole Commission declined to extend federal special parole, and granted request to terminate client’s parole.

State of Kansas v. Roberts

No. 10 CR 1343 (Sedgwick County, Kan. Dist. Ct. 2011): Trial judge in State drug case dismissed case alleging two counts of possession of marijuana, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of no drug tax stamp, felony, at the conclusion of preliminary hearing.

City of Newton v. Doe

10 N 1358 (Newton, Kan., Mun. Ct. Jan. 27, 2011): Trial judge suppressed all evidence of driving under the influence of alcohol; criminal case dismissed with prejudice; driver’s-license suspension dismissed, and client’s driving privileges restored

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