CREWS LAW FIRM HISTORY
Founder, Napoleon S. Crews, Jr., began the practice of law in 1980. Napoleon is a trial lawyer. Although his practice can be described as general in focus, through the years Napoleon has narrowed his tough and experienced representation to high-profile criminal cases, complex divorce/custody, juvenile offenders, business, Native American sovereignty and casino gaming, and personal injury law. The firm strives to bring its clients peace of mind by providing competent and aggressive legal representation designed to get results.
Napoleon is a member of the Kansas Bar Association and the Douglas, Jefferson, and Pueblo County Bar Associations. He also brings 11 years of experience as a licensed private investigator to his law practice skill-set.
Napoleon has conducted workshops and spoke at statewide conferences on a variety of subjects. He has litigated more than a 150 jury trials and has represented client judges and administrative officers over a thousand times. As an adjunct professor, he has also taught classes on Labor and Employment law.
On a more personal note, Napoleon has written 9 historical fiction novels and 3 dramatic plays about Kansas' rich history. His stories are popular in the Midwest and as far away as Iraq. Learn more about Napoleon and his novels by visiting his website at www.napoleoncrews.net.
"As a trial lawyer, I have been blessed with the ability and desire to serve those who desperately need strong legal representation to speak on their behalf," Napoleon says. "You have my promise that I will represent you to the best of my talents, ability, and resources."