Wichita divorce attorney Chris Randle grew up in Kansas City, Mo., before beginning his professional career as an attorney in Wichita.
Mr. Randle clerked with a personal injury law firm, the District Court of Douglas County, Kan., and worked for the Shawnee County District Attorney. He began practicing in Wichita in 2004 as an Assistant City Attorney.
In October 2006, Mr. Randle was deployed to Iraq with the U.S. Army’s III Corps. He served as an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate for Multi-National Corps-Iraq in Baghdad. While in Iraq, he served as a Federal Military Magistrate, as an advisor in legal assistance advising on how family law issues are affected by military service, and claims. He advised the command on a wide range of military and international law issues during his year-long deployment.
In 2010, Mr. Randle was deployed again, this time as a Civil Affairs Officer in Djibouti, Africa. He served as the Executive Officer for a U.S. Army Company assigned to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa. While in Africa he was assigned as the Civil-Military Liaison to the U.S. Embassy in Djibouti, Africa, where his responsibilities included briefing the U.S. Ambassador on Civil-Military operations in the area of operations.
In October 2005, Mr. Randle joined the Office of the District Attorney in Wichita, Kansas. He served as a felony prosecutor between his deployments with the U.S. Army.
Mr. Randle has extensive trial experience in multiple jurisdictions, taking hundreds of trials to verdict. He is versed in multiple fields of law and disciplines. He was drawn to family law because of his desire to continue to serve and assist people whenever he can.