What to Do When Facing a DUI in Kansas

What to Do When Facing a DUI in Kansas

Misconceptions about the legal process can cloud the judgment of those facing DUI charges. Decisions made in haste, out of fear or without the advice and counsel of an experienced attorney can be costly in the long run. The truth is that no matter how much evidence is stacked against you, you have a legal […]

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2015 Case Results

2015 is more or less wrapped up at this point. We had another good year here at the law firm with respect to DUI cases in Kansas and Missouri, as well as other kinds of cases, in which we were privileged to defend people who had been accused. A few of the Kansas¬†DUI highlights are […]

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Jay Norton Releases New Book: The Art of War for Criminal Defense Attorneys

Norton Hare, LLC,¬†attorney Jay Norton recently released another book, “The Art of War for Criminal Defense Lawyers”, which is an application of the principles in Sun Tzu’s ancient classic on the principles of warfare to the defense of a person accused of a crime, whether it be a DUI or other criminal offense. The Art […]

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US Supreme Court to Decide DUI Refusal Issue

The United States Supreme Court has granted review in 3 cases involving whether it is constitutional for a states to make it a crime to refuse a blood, breath or urine test. We have been waiting for the Kansas Supreme Court to decide this very issue since it heard oral arguments on this issue back […]

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Online Applications Now Available at the Kansas Department of Revenue Website

If you have had your driver’s license suspended due to failing a breath test or refusing a test, you can apply to have the suspension converted to a limited restricted license which will allow you to drive for work purposes with an ignition interlock device. Now you can do it online. If you blew between […]

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Ignition Interlock Embarrassment

One of the main issues that I have encountered with people who are required to put an ignition interlock in their car as a result of a Kansas DUI is that people are worried about pulling up to work or starting their car after work, or when picking up kids from school or otherwise driving […]

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New Law on Expungement of a Kansas DUI

The Kansas Legislature made some changes to the law regarding if and when a Kansas DUI diversion or conviction can be expunged, Beginning July 1, 2015, a first-time DUI can be expunged 5 years after the diversion, sentence or probation was completed. A second or subsequent DUI takes 10 years to get expunged. Expungement is […]

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