Did you know you have only 14 days to request a hearing before your license is automatically suspended? If you’ve been issued a pink form for a DUI after a refusal or failure of a breath, or urine test then the clock is ticking. For all the facts you need to know now—about the breathalyzer, your driver’s license, sentencing and more—download this free guide, “The Kansas DUI Manual,” written by Jay Norton. Find out what to do immediately after arrest, and how to locate and hire an attorney. What you do in the next few moments can change the rest of your life. Before you hire an attorney, plead guilty to a DUI or give up on your driver’s license, please download this free information.
There are a lot of DUI Defense Lawyers in the Kansas City Metro and many will tell you they are the best for you. What separates Norton Hare from the pack is the long and growing list of clients that have had their Driving Under the Influence charges dismissed prior to trial or have been found “Not Guilty”. Click here to see the data that backs this up!
The DUI attorneys at Norton Hare are licensed to practice in all courts in the State of Kansas and have extensive experience with those in and around the greater KC Metro. It is imperative that you hire a DUI attorney that is familiar with the court in which your case is pending. Each jurisdiction is unique in its procedures, court personnel, prosecutors and policies.
Our DUI Lawyers are experienced advocates dedicated to protecting the rights of clients and advancing their interests through the legal process. If you are currently facing a DUI in a Kansas court, you have to decisively take action to achieve the best outcome. The most effective way of doing this is to hire a DUI Defender from Norton Hare as soon as you are arrested or charged with drunk driving.
Kansas DUI Law
The DUI laws in Kansas were revamped in 2011 and again in 2012. The July 1, 2011 made changes to the Kansas DUI laws including minimum fines, the use of ignition interlock devices, driver’s license suspensions for refusals and test failures, plus more. Then, effective July 1, 2012, Kansas DUI laws were amended again to create the crime of Refusal to Submit to Chemical Testing, K.S.A. 8-1025.
Catch up on everything from the changes in Kansas DUI laws to faulty testing equipment on attorney Jay Norton’s award winning blog here. Or go to our Kansas DUI Guide that explains every component of the law in detail here. If you need to provide an application to the Kansas Department of Revenue to modify a current suspension or revocation and/or make a request for restricted driving privileges, click here.
At Norton Hare, our lawyers have amassed decades of experience fighting DUI, DWI, and OUI cases in Kansas courts. We welcome you to browse our web site and call our firm to speak to an attorney so they can answer any questions you have about DUI in the greater Kansas City Metro, or any other legal situation you may be facing.