Kansas DUI Lawyer
Jerry has won many DUI trials, prevalied on numerous different motions, prevented significant jail time, and saved countless driver licenses. He just won another DUI hearing last month in Johnson County, Kansas and saved his client's driver's license. Two weeks before that, he had saved yet another client's driver license. While his past success is no guarantee for your case, he will do everything he can to fully defend his clients.
We haved helped countless clients who were charged with DUI in Johnson County, Kansas. At our drunk driving defense firm, you will have a team behind you. However, the substance of your case will be handled personally by Jerry Wallentine. He has litigated hundreds of cases over the years and thoroughly know the ins and outs of Kansas DUI laws and court procedures. Bring his years of drunk driving defense legal experience and trial practice onto your team. On top of his years of DUI experience, he regularly studies and researches the constantly changing court decisions and legal changes to help his clients. For example, the Kansas Supreme Court recently made numerous ruling which can greatly effect DUI cases involving breath tests,
PBT, and blood tests. Have this experienced and zealous Kansas criminal defense DUI attorney represent you. You will be treated with respect and your case will be given priority.
"Drunk driving defense has unique challenges which I strive to overcome when defending my clients. After many years of DUI defense, my passion to help my clients continues to grow." Jerry Wallentine, DUI Criminal Defense Attorney
Kansas DUI Defense Information
This website provides accurate and up to date information on KS dui, such as effects on your driver's license, suppression issues, Intoxilyzer information, statutes, and field sobriety test standards. The best thing that you can do for yourself is to review these pages, educate yourself about the subject and then hire the best Kansas DUI attorney you can find to help you with your case.
Cases involving driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs are known by many different names, but all of them require the services of a skilled criminal defense DUI lawyer. Different jurisdictions have different names for drunk driving:
DUI (driving under the influence) - Kansas's terminology for drunk driving
DWI (driving while impaired or intoxicated) - Missouri's terminology for drunk driving
OUI (operating under the influence)
DUII (driving under the influence of intoxicants)
OUIL (operating under the influence of liquor)
DWAI (driving while abilities are impaired)
OMVI (operating a motor vehicle while impaired)
"wet reckless" (alcohol related reckless driving).
Nationwide, the penalties for a drunk driving conviction are getting more and more severe, and can include substantial jail time, loss of driver's license, increased car insurance rates, ignition interlock device placed on your vehicle after your license is reinstated, auto impoundment, alcohol and drug educational classes (DUI school), lifetime conviction on your criminal record, negative effects on your DMV driving record, denial of admission into foreign countries, denial of naturalization or deportation from the U.S., employment consequences, professional license consequences, the inability to rent a car, consequences in unrelated legal proceedings (such as divorce or child custody hearings), not to mention the embarrassment associated with an arrest for DUI.
DUI laws include specifics such as blood alcohol content level, which varies from state to state, but generally it must not exceed .08 percent (BAC). This is the legislated level for Kansas. Driver's license suspensions and/or revocations follow a drunk driving conviction. Forty-five states permit convicted drunk driving offenders to drive only if their vehicles have been equipped with ignition interlocks. Kansas is very strict about requiring interlock devices on vehicles driven by dui offenders.
We practice extensively in Kansas, defending our clients charged with drunk driving. We have represented hundreds of clients throughout Johnson County and it's cities, including
Kansas City. If you have been served with a
DC-27, please contact us right away due to the time sensitivity. Whether you took a
chemical test or
refused, we can help you. We may be help to prevent you from having to file an
SR-22 with Kansas. It is important that you find the
best lawyer for defending against a DUI charge.