This weekend is Saint Patrick's Day weekend. Many will celebrate by drinking but, hopefully not driving. Remember that Kansas takes DUIs very serious, and there stiff consequences for a conviction of this charge. (Learn more by clicking HERE) In case you need a quick reference, here are the Kansas blood alcohol concentration limits and potential penalties:
"Per Se" BAC Limit = 0.08 Percent
Zero Tolerance (Underage) BAC Limit - 0.02 Percent
Enhanced Penalty (Aggravated) BAC Limit - 0.15 Percent
Implied Consent to Submit to BAC Test? Yes
Kansas DUI Penalties
Minimum License Suspension or Revocation (1st, 2nd, 3rd offense) - 90 days / 1 year / 3 years
Mandatory Alcohol Education, Assessment and Treatment - Both (can be mandatory)
Vehicle Confiscation Possible?Yes (up to 1 year)
Ignition Interlock Device Possible?Yes
Remember, taking the breathalizer and beating the equipment rarely happens. If you have been involved in an auto accident or charged with a DUI call us NOW 913.602.7288.
With the freedom that comes from riding a motorcycle, on the Kansas City, Kansas roadways, also comes danger. Those riding motorcycles are twenty-nine times more likely to die because of an accident than those traveling by car or small truck. Oftentimes, it's not the motorcyclist's fault that the accident happens; rather, it is because other drivers don't see them. If you are a motorcycle driver, in Kansas, or anywhere in the nation, the following tips may save a life, should an accident occur:
Aunt Becky, from Full House, (whose real name is Lori Loughlin), was one of 50 others who are facing federal felony criminal charges. News broke yesterday, that Loughlin, along with many others, were part of a defrauding the college admission process and paying bribes to get it done. According to news reports, this included altering entrance exams (ACT/SAT), falsifying/fabricating athletic credentials, staging photos, etc. The many people involved are now facing charges such as:
This could easily happen right here, in our Kansas back yard. Federal investigations often take longer to become indictments (formal criminal charges) but, when they do the charges are serious, there is usually a large amount of evidence, and the potential consequences are steep. If you are under investigation for federal crimes, in Kansas, you need an attorney today. There are defenses to the allegations. Call NOW 913-602-7288.
Jussie Smollett has been indicted on 16 federal charges, for his alleged role in a conspiracy to defraud law enforcement (among other things). How does this apply to your Johnson County, Kansas criminal case? In lots of ways. Read below for a few things you can learn from his incident.
Being accused of date rape, with the advent of the "me too" movement has become more common. In Kansas, date rape and stranger rape are handled the same, by the criminal courts. We'd like to offer you the following advice, if you are charged with, or being investigated for, date rape. You should NOT:
Click HERE for more about date rape law and your defenses.
While you may know you are innocent of this crime, you cannot risk your rights and a quality defense. Don't do or say anything before speaking with an experienced Johnson County, Kansas attorney. Our office is here to defend you and preserve your good name. Call us NOW, for your free consultation, 913.602.7288. We offer payment plans.
Being charged with any crime is a scary thing. Being charged with a felony, because of the potential consequences, is even scarier! Johnson County, Kansas has a unique sentencing structure that attempts to decipher can add to stress. It may be difficult to find an attorney who is not only willing but, also has the time to dedicate to your complex case. Some often charged, Kansas, felonies include:
If you haven't seen the recent R. Kelly interview that's okay. We watched and want to share with you three quick tips, you can learn from the interview, if you are charged with a crime in Johnson County, Kansas:
Tax time is here again. Many of you are entitled to a refund. Lots of you have unresolved criminal matters in the Johnson County, Kansas courts. We are here to offer the chance to make 2019 the year that you don't have this lingering issue, with a tax refund special. Without further ado, the specials are as follows:
If you have a pending criminal matter, in the Johnson County, Kansas courts, you can afford a quality defense. Don't waste any more time and, don't face the charges alone. Call our office NOW 913-602-7288 to take advantage of these special prices.
If you found this blog post after the special has ended,don't worry. We offer reasonable prices all year long and take payments. Click HERE for more information.
Truck driver's, who are always in Kansas or just passing through, must maintain records of their driving. While truckers are on the Overland Park, Kansas roads they owe you a duty of care. If they cause an accident and injure you, your Kansas attorney will request the "duty status" or "logbook". That is because, within the notes, there may be information that will support your lawsuit, such as:
Sometimes, in Kansas truck accidents, the record book is altered, incomplete or inaccurate. This may support your position that the driver's negligence caused your injury. If you have been injured in a truck accident, in Overland Park, Kansas or across the state, you need an experienced lawyer to help you get the money and care you are entitled to. Call us NOW 913.602.7288 for your free consultation.
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