Stanley Brian Cox received his undergraduate degree from Central Missouri State University in 1971 and his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1976. He is licensed to practice in Missouri, U.S. District Court—Western District of Missouri, and the United States Supreme Court.
His public service includes:
• He was elected as Pettis County Prosecuting Attorney in 1978 and served one four-year term.
• Missouri Housing Development Commission (two terms as Chairman) 1983-1987.
• Missouri Veterans Commission (Vice-Chairman) 1989-1991.
• Missouri House of Representatives Reapportionment Committee 1991.
• Regent Central Missouri State University (two terms as President) 1991-1997.
• Currently services as an elected member of the Missouri House of Representatives, 118th District.
He is a member of:
• Missouri Bar Association.
• National Lawyers Association.
• National District Attorney’s Association.
• He has served as President of the Pettis County Bar Association.
• Republican National Lawyers Association.
Stanley has successfully prosecuted, as well as defended major criminal cases in state courts and represented numerous individuals in various civil litigation, domestic litigation, adoption, and probate matters in Pettis County and other courts. He has litigated workers’ compensation cases including an award of permanent total disability. His office practice includes business organizations, estate planning, and real estate transactions.
Daniel Baker grew up in Oak Grove, Missouri. He studied mathematics in college, receiving a B.S. of Mathematics from Missouri Baptist University in Saint Louis. He graduated from Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia, in 2008. Daniel and his wife, Crystal, are foster parents and have one adopted child and one child of their own.
When not practicing law or chasing after toddlers, Daniel attempts to maintain a blog dealing with natural law and constitutional issues at thenaturallaw.wordpress.com. Daniel also brews his own beer and wine.
Daniel entered the practice of law because he wanted to help people in the midst of some of their most stressful times. If you are in one of those times, please set up an appointment and meet with him. He would be happy to do what he can to see you through this time.