Top Rated Criminal Defense Attorney in Olathe, KS
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Scott Gyllenborg is a former Assistant District Attorney in Johnson County, Kansas, and the founding partner of Gyllenborg & Brown, P.A. He represents clients in Kansas federal, state and municipal courts accused of felonies and misdemeanors including drug crimes, person crimes and domestic violence, property crimes, and DUI. Scott also represents clients in matters of federal criminal law, parole and probation violations, record expungements, and criminal investigations of all Kansas crimes.
Scott holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Kansas School of Law, and is admitted to practice in the states of Kansas and Missouri as well as the United States District Court for the District of Kansas, the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri, and the United States Supreme Court.
Scott taught Trial Advocacy at the University of Kansas School of Law for eight years as an adjunct professor to second and third-year law students. He is a member of American Mensa and Mensa International and is a former trustee of The Barstow School in Kansas City, Missouri, his alma mater.
Scott is a member of the Executive Committee of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA). He is past-president of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Foundation (KCMBF) and the Johnson County Bar Association (JCBA), and he has served on the membership committee of the National Conference of Bar Presidents. He is a member of the Johnson County Bar Association, the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, the Kansas Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Kansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, where he is chairman of the Continuing Legal Education Committee. He is a fellow of KCMBA, the Johnson County Bar Foundation and the Kansas Bar Association, a life member of the Tenth Circuit Historical Society, and a Master of the Inn of the Earl E. O’Connor American Inn of Court.
For his commitment to legal ethics and professional accomplishments, Scott has earned the highest peer rating possible from Martindale-Hubbell: AV Preeminent*.
* AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.
- 60%Criminal Defense
- 20%Criminal Defense: DUI/DWI
- 20%Criminal Defense: White Collar
Arrest & Arraignment, Assault & Battery, Criminal Fraud, Criminal Law, Drug & Alcohol Violations, Expungement, Failure to Pay Child Support, False Accusations, Felony, Misdemeanor, Motor Vehicle Offenses, Murder, Parole, Probation, Sex Offenses, Tax Evasion, Theft, Traffic Violations, Criminal Domestic Violence, DUI/DWI, White Collar Crime, Criminal Law - Federal
- Super Lawyers: 2005 - 2022
About Scott Gyllenborg
First Admitted: 1988, Kansas
Professional Webpage: http://gyllenborg.com/scott-c-gyllenborg/
Pro bono/Community Service
- Military Matters (KCMBA) - providing pro bono legal services to qualified military service members who need representation in criminal and traffic cases.
- Member, Board of Directors, Olathe Arts Alliance, 1996-1998
- Uplift Organization, Inc., delivering meals and necessities to the homeless.
- Prosecuting Attorney, City of Mission Hills, Kansas, 1996-present
- Member, Board of Directors, Olathe United Way, 1997
- Member, Board of Trustees, The Barstow School, 2000-2006
- It is the policy of Gyllenborg & Brown, P.A., not to disclose the names of our clients except when required or allowed under the rules of professional conduct for attorneys.
- College preparatory education - The Barstow School, Kansas City, Missouri, 1974
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in English - The University of Kansas, 1979
- Juris Doctor - University of Kansas School of Law, 1988
- Admitted to The Missouri Bar, 2006
- Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Kansas School of Law, Trial Advocacy, 2005-2013
- Co-Chairman, Criminal Law Bench/Bar Committee, Johnson County Bar Association, 2000-10
- Membership Committee, National Conference of Bar Presidents
- National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Member, Johnson County, 1989-present
- President, Federal Courts Advocates Section, Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA), 2014
- Member, Board of Directors, Johnson County Bar Association, 2000-2007
- Admitted to the bar of the United States Supreme Court, 2005
- President, Johnson County Bar Association, 2006-2007
- Member, Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Foundation
- Master of the Inn, Earl E. O'Connor American Inn of Court, 2004-present
- Federal Court Advocates Section, CLE Committee, Kansas City Metropolitan, 2009
- The BarLetter, Managing Editor, Johnson County, 2010-present
- Criminal Justice Section: Ethics, Gideon & Professionalism Committee, Litigation Section, Member, American Bar Association, 1988-present
- U.S. District Court, District of Kansas
- Member, Board of Directors, Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Foundation
- Member, Board of Trustees, Johnson County Bar Foundation, 2006-present
- Admitted to the bar of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit - 1988
- Criminal Law Bench/Bar Committee, Member, Johnson County, 1991-present
- Admitted to the bar of the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri - 2006
- Member, Membership Committee, National Conference of Bar Presidents, 2007-2008
- Sustaining Member; Criminal Law Bench Bar Committee, Kansas City Metropolitan
- The BarLetter, Co-Editor, Johnson County Bar Association, 2005-10
- Criminal Law Section, Member, Kansas, 1988-present
- Kansas, 1988
- Chairman, Kansas Bar Association Annual Meeting Planning Committee, 2012
- Chairman, Membership Committee, Johnson County Bar Association, 2009-present
- President, Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Foundation, 2019
- The representation of a noncitizen in a criminal case often is burdened with uncertainty as to whether a conviction will result in the removal or exclusion of the client from the United States, or bar the client's attempt to become a naturalized citizen. For aliens, the list of criminal offenses for which conviction carries discretionary or automatic removal from the United States includes controlled substances offenses (except for a single offense of possession of thirty grams or less of marijuana for one's own use); crimes involving moral turpitude when the potential term of imprisonment is one year or longer; multiple moral turpitude convictions; aggravated felonies; firearm and destructive devise convictions; domestic violence, stalking, child abuse, child neglect, or child abandonment; violating a protective order; and failure to register as a sex offender., Author, Effective Assistance Of Counsel To An Alien Criminal Defendant Under The Sixth Amendment After Padilla v. Kentucky., UMKC Law Review - UMKC L. Rev. 79, 925, Criminal Law, 2010
- Best of the Bar, Kansas City Business Journal, 2013
- Boss of the Year, Johnson County Legal Professionals, 1997
- Top 100 Trial Lawyers, American Association for Justice
- President's and Executive Director's Award, Johnson County Bar Association, 2013
- State v. Cronin, 18CR1589 - motion to suppress is granted and case dismissed., 2021
- State of Kansas v. Maxon, 32 Kan. App. 2d 67, 79 P.3d 202, 2003
- State of Kansas v. Boyle, 08CR2145, Aggravated Indecent Liberties With a Child Under 14, Jury Trial, Not Guilty, 2009
- State of Kansas v. Washington, 08CR1852, Felony Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Bench Trial, Not Guilty, 2009
- State v. Harms, 06CR2905, Felony Driving Under the Influence, motion to dismiss on speedy trial grounds granted by trial court, affirmed by the Kansas Court of Appeals, review denied by the Kansas Supreme Court, 2010., 2010
- State v. Croft, 08CR1197, judgment affirmed by Court of Appeals, petition to the Kansas Supreme Court for review granted, remanded to Court of Appeals to reconsider sentence., 2014
Last Updated: 5/31/2022