Upcoming EventsDEAN PRICE
MACDL Board Calendar
October 18, 2018- 4 p.m.- Stoney Creek, Independence, MO
January 26, 2019- Camden on the Lake, Lake Ozark, MO
April 4, 2019- Ameristar, St. Charles, MO
July 2019- Lodge of Four Seasons, Lake Ozark, MO
 
Be sure to RSVP to MACDL if you plan to attend.
 
CLE Calendar
MACDL is an accredited provider of CLE in Missouri. 
In addition, MACDL  may apply for Kansas CLE credit. 
Hours for each state will be identified at Seminar.

MACDL Fall CLE- Live CLE
When: October 19, 2018
Where: Stoney Creek
18011 Bass Pro Drive, Independence, MO 64055
Hotel: room block expires Sept. 10th 
or until block is full (whichever occurs first)
Registration: Paper Form
                       Online
Agenda:        Agenda
 
MACDL Webinar- sponsored by Wheeler Services, LLC
Sex Offender Registration Laws by Matt Fry
When: Friday, November 30
Time: 11:30a-12:30p
Register: click here

S. Dean Price

S. Dean Price, Attorney at Law, LLC

1125 N. Boonville Av., Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 865-2181

Dean Price wanted to be a criminal defense lawyer ever since reading "To Kill a Mockingbird” when he was in the sixth grade. That inspiration allowed him to graduate from the UMKC School of Law in 1984 even after being dismissed on two occasions because of poor grades. Further, the inspiration of Atticus Finch kept him going all three times he took the Bar Exam. As an Assistant Public Defender in both Kansas City and southwest Missouri, and as an Assistant Federal Public Defender in Springfield, Dean has spectacularly lost cases in most counties in southwest Missouri and three Divisions of the Western District of Missouri. Accordingly, most of his losses have been appealed, to no avail, in State and Federal Courts of Appeals, and in the Supreme Court of Missouri. The amount of case law that can be directly attributed to his legal skills which operates to hinder his defense of the accused, and the ability of others to defend their clients, is truly staggering. Now that he is no longer young and full of idealistic naivete he wishes he had never read "To Kill a Mockingbird.”