Intoxilyzer 9000 Breath Testing Forgeries – NBD

Intoxilyzer 9000 Breath Testing Forgeries – NBD

A recent article in the Denver Post details the discovery by DUI defense attorneys in Colorado that hundreds of “certifications” of Intoxilyzer 9000 machines have been forged. The Colorado state health lab is supposed to calibrate and test each breath test machine and then issue a certification that the machine is accurate. Under Colorado law, […]

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Can you get arrested for a DUI in Kansas if you weren’t driving?

The short answer is: Yes. However, the more complete question is whether you can be arrested and charged with a DUI in Kansas if you weren’t actually operating the vehicle. Under Kansas law, a DUI is defined as operating or attempting to operate any vehicle while over the legal limit of .08 or while alcohol […]

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2016 DUI Case Results

2016 is just about over and things tend to slow down significantly in the courts around Christmas time. So, it is time to release the DUI case results for Norton Hare in 2016. It was a weird year in the Kansas DUI arena, with the Kansas Supreme Court declaring that it was unconstitutional to make […]

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Defenses Against DUI Blood Tests in Kansas

I have previously posted about the increasing number of cases the Kansas DUI defense community is seeing regarding DUI for drugs. Law enforcement and prosecutors typically attempt to lend credibility to DUID charges by using a highly contestable combination of blood tests and drug recognition “experts.” Many DUIs remain strictly alcohol-related due to the fact […]

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KS DUI Laws Include Prescription Drugs

DUI on Prescription Medication —How’s that possible? Kansas DUI laws include driving while drugged and most people are familiar with the term DUID, or driving under the influence of drugs. Unfortunately, what a growing portion of the driving public is coming to realize is that you can be charged with DUID for prescription medication. Many […]

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What Are Your Rights When Pulled Over by KS Police?

The laws on being pulled over by police in Kansas continue to evolve, and in many cases, expand, due in no small part to a 2014 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. In Heien v North Carolina, an officer stopped a “suspicious vehicle” on the traffic violation that it had a missing brake light. The […]

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Holiday Season is also DUI Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, unless you get arrested. Then you are looking at a blue Christmas. Local media will be running stories like this in the next few days. DUI Checklanes, saturation patrols, and general DUI enforcement and deterrence will be in effect in Kansas and Missouri over the next few weeks from Thanksgiving […]

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