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  • 12-Oct-2017

    Alcohol Breath Tests and COPD

    During a Kansas DUI investigation, the arresting police officer is going to request that you take a breath test. If during the test you “refuse” to take the test, your refusal will be used as evidence against you at trial. Additionally, ...
  • 25-Jul-2017

    Kansas Supreme Court Rules Regarding Criminalization of Test Refusal in DUI Cases

    Kansas Supreme Court Rules Regarding Criminalization of Test Refusal in DUI Cases The Kansas Supreme Court recently made a monumental decision in the Ryce case, regarding whether or not a driver can withdraw their consent to take a breath test. ...
  • 22-Nov-2016

    Good Faith Exception and Criminalization of Refusal

    The status of the criminalization of refusing to take a breath test remains in flux. On one hand, the Kansas Supreme Court clarified that it is contrary to the Kansas Constitution to criminalize the refusal. But, then the United States Supreme Court ...
  • 13-Jun-2016

    BAC Test Results Coerced - Status of Current DUI Law

    In 2012, Kansas made it a crime to refuse to take the chemical test (blood, breath, or urine) at the station. As a DUI defense lawyer and constitutionalist, I have been telling my clients ever since 2012 that the law was unconstitutional. Finally, in ...
  • 8-Oct-2015

    Supreme Court Sanctions Violations to the Constitution

    Do police officers have too much power? One would hope not. In cases like Hudson v. Michigan (2006), we see that officers can, at times, be given too much authority. The power granted to officers is clearly represented in American cities such as ...
  • 22-Jun-2015

    Kansas DUI Expungement Issues

    Kansas DUI expungement law can be confusing for numerous reasons. Different courts, judges, lawyers, and prosecutors have differing opinions regarding the matter. As an expereicned criminal defense lawyer dealing with DUI expungements, I have ...
  • 21-Jan-2015

    Eating While Driving Charge?!?

    The new crime of choice? EWD. A man in Cobb County, Georgia was recently ticketed for "EWD - Eating While Driving." Really!?! Apparently, eating a McDonald's Double Quarter Pounder with cheese and driving at the same time is off limits ...
  • 21-Aug-2014

    Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Closed By Kansas

    One of the things I often assist my clients in is finding substance abuse treatment. Typically, it seems that the judicial system is more concerned with punitive treatment and harsh punishment, rather than constructive treatment when it comes to ...
  • 22-Jul-2014

    Kansas Switches to Daubert

    In Kansas, HGN evidence is usually inadmissible in a DUI trial. HGN stands for Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus. It is the NHTSA field sobriety test an investigating officer may administer to someone to ascertain whether they are under the influence. It ...
  • 25-Mar-2014

    PBT Suppressed If No Reasonable Suspicion

    Several years ago I was in court for a DUI client, arguing that the PBT results should be suppressed due to faulty notices. However, the judge ruled against me on that issue because the Kansas statute for PBT specifically stated that failing to ...
  • 10-Mar-2014

    Supreme Court Rules That Police Can Ignore FST

    As a Kansas DUI lawyer, I spend hours every week reviewing police videos and reports on my clients. One of the things I am evaluating, is whether there was probable cause to arrest my client. Alas, if there isn't probable cause for the arrest, I ...
  • 27-Feb-2014

    Private Citizens Assisted in DUI Stop

    The report came out yesterday that 48 year old, Paul A. Kostraba, was charged with drunk driving. A DUI charge isn't especially unusual news. However, the way he was actually stopped is interesting. While on the highway, he had sideswiped another ...
  • 25-Feb-2014

    Kansas City Conducts Another Sobriety Checkpoint

    My wife and I attended the Kansas City Repertory Theater this past Saturday evening. The traffic was especially terrible due to all the equipment which was set up in the road. Combine that with the regular traffic of Power and Light district in ...
  • 24-Feb-2014

    Justin Beiber Doesn't Want Probation For His DUI

    As the whole world knows, Justin Beiber has been charged with drunk driving. Early today, he and his DUI defense lawyers rejected the deal offered by the prosecutor. The offered plea is a very common deal that involves probation, random drug testing, ...
  • 22-Feb-2014

    Overland Park Mother Arrested For DUI When Picking Up Her Child From School

    In my opinion as a Kansas DUI defense attorney, Overland Park is one of the strictest jurisdictions toward drunk driving. Additionally, the Overland Park, KS police officers are very adamant in their stringent DUI investigations and arrests. It is a ...
  • 19-Feb-2014

    Chemist Stealing Evidence

    As a Kansas DUI defense attorney I sometimes subpoena the reports for chemical tests, which were performed by the Kansas Bureau of Investigations. The information I receive back it sometimes very informative. However, I never received a packet back ...
  • 18-Feb-2014

    Kansas Appeals Court Declares Statute 8-1001(b)(2) Unconstitutional

    As a Kansas DUI defense lawyer, I am always researching the latest court decisions. The Kansas Court of Appeals just recently came out with a whopper of a decision which will have huge ramifications for defending drunk driving cases. The case is ...
  • 24-Dec-2013

    Kansas Court Rules Evidence Was Seized Illegally

    As a Kansas criminal defense attorney, I have watched hundreds of my clients undergo investigation by police. Typically, the get pulled over for something like speeding, and then the officers attempt to gain consent to search the entire vehicle. ...
  • 7-Nov-2013

    Guilty of DUI even if not impaired!

    A prosecuting attorney recently argued that smoking marijuana a week prior to driving is sufficient grounds for a DUI. What?!? That's right. According to this lawyer, you should receive a conviction for drunk driving even though you are no longer ...
  • 5-Jul-2013

    July 4th and DUI Statistics

    Yesterday was July 4, 2013, also known as Independence Day. Many people enjoyed their time drinking with friends and family. Unfortunately, some people drove home after drinking too much. As a DUI defense lawyer, I find that every July 4, numerous ...
  • 14-Jun-2013

    Be Careful When You Order Delivery

    On Wednesday, 23 year old Brenton Michael Wolf, was charged with unlawful possession of paraphernalia and cultivation of marijuana. The way the charges came about are very odd though and it will be interesting to see how the attorney addresses the ...
  • 10-Jun-2013

    Sober Man Arrested For DUI

    Today, MSN reports that a 64 year old man who was stone cold sober, was arrested and accused of DUI. The arrested man said he was really arrested for drunk driving because he was black. The man arrested for drunk driving was Jesse Thornton. He was ...
  • 7-Jun-2013

    The Arrest Must Be From An Alcohol Related Offense To Require Testing

    Refusing to submit to a blood, breath, or other chemical test which tests for BAC levels is now a crime in Kansas. This obviously raises defense complications for us DUI defense lawyers. However, the Kansas Supreme Court has clarified, that the ...
  • 30-May-2013

    Man Driving Drunk And Having Sex

    Law enforcement alleges that Luis Briones was driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Police also claim that the suspect was having sex while drinking and driving. Witnesses say they saw him driving while a naked woman was sitting on his ...
  • 18-Apr-2013

    Supreme Court Rules in Drunk Driving Case Regarding Warrantless Blood Draws

    As a Kansas criminal defense attorney, I regularly deal with warrantless BAC chemical tests in DUI cases. The Supreme Court of the United States released a drunk driving opinion yesterday morning about this, in Missouri v. McNeely. They held that ...
  • 21-Mar-2013

    Operate or Attempt To Operate.

    One celebrity was released from jail today after serving 55 days for a DUI conviction. Bobby Brown served his time after pleading no contest to drunk driving. He will still have to complete an 18 month alcohol treatment program. It is his second DUI ...
  • 15-Mar-2013

    Ireland Council In Favor of Drunk Driving Permits

    One county in Ireland passed a measure to make it legal for rural drivers to drive their vehicles after drinking two or three alcoholic drinks. The law had been especially strict, limiting the alcohol consumption allowed for driver to be nominal or ...
  • 25-Feb-2013

    Inflated DUI Arrests

    Another law enforcement officer was caught inflating drunk driving charges. This time, rather than simply arresting people for DUI, who weren't really under the influence, the police were simply making up the arrest all together. Well, at least ...
  • 15-Feb-2013

    Drunk Driver Sentenced To Church

    Every Sunday, I wake my son up to bring him to church. Every Sunday, he tells me that he hates it that I make him go to church. He acts like it's a sentence of punishment. Interestingly enough, that's what one judge sentenced a drunk driving ...
  • 8-Feb-2013

    Mandatory Hold Deemed Unlawful

    The Kansas Court of Appeals ruled that section 9 of the Kansas Constitution Bill of Rights ensures that individuals charged with drunk driving are allowed to post bail. This was decided in State of Kansas v. Rickerson. However, some law enforcement ...
  • 7-Feb-2013

    Reliable Treatment

    As a Kansas DUI defense lawyer, I sometimes see an average person, who rarely drinks, get a DUI after just one night of parting with friends. However, drunk driving charges are often the result of a person who is addicted to alcohol. Alcoholics ...
  • 6-Feb-2013

    Cops Are Not Above The Law

    In what appears to be a PR move, the Wichita, KS Police Department has asking the public to report officers who are speeding or driving unsafely without lights and sirens being activated. This is after three deadly police cruiser wrecks, in Wichita ...
  • 10-Jan-2013

    Officer Fakes Drunk Driving Charges

    State Trooper Falsified DUI Charges When a team wins a game, the players celebrate. When a friend receives a promotion, you might throw a party. Oddly, when law enforcement hand out a DUI, it's a big congratulation "badge of honor" for ...
  • 19-Dec-2012

    Bush Sentenced to over Four Years for DUI with Serious Bodily Injury

    The Tampa Bay Rays former pitcher, Matt Bush, was sentenced for a drunk driving wreck, where he fled the scene, leading to hit-and-run charges as well. Bush ended up pleading no contest to DUI with serious bodily injury. The other six charges were ...
  • 10-Dec-2012

    Double Jeopardy Doesn't Prevent An Administrative And A Criminal Action.

    The 5the Amendment of the United States Constitution states, "…nor shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against ...
  • 6-Nov-2012

    The Expansion Should Not Exceed the Stop

    One of the first questions a good DUI defense lawyer asks while defending a drunk driving charge is: what are the bad facts I can get suppressed? For example, if I can convince the judge to suppress that.178 breath test, then the breath test ...
  • 28-Sep-2012

    DUI While Riding A Horse?

    Uggggg! Someone was recently charged in Kansas with DUI while riding….wait for…wait for it…. A HORSE! Really?!? Yep. The attorney in this case will have his hands full arguing whether it should apply. The good news is, this may ...
  • 12-Sep-2012

    Stop Allowed Even Though Police Were Stopping Someone Else

    In 2010, the Kansas Court of Appeals determined that brief detention of a driver who had pulled over, pursuant to law enforcement pulling someone else over, did not violate the Fourth Amendment The case was State v. Reiss 45 Kan.App.2d 85, 244 P.3d ...
  • 7-Sep-2012

    Crawford Case Allowed Stop Without Bad Driving

    In my legal blogs, I've been discussing reasonable suspicion and what justifies the police to stop a vehicle. As a criminal defense lawyer I litigate drunk driving cases and this issue comes up often. In fact, the stop is one of the first things ...
  • 31-Aug-2012

    Phone Tips Can Lead to Valid Stops

    Phone Tips Can Lead to Valid Stops As a Kansas criminal defense lawyer, I am often asked when a police officer can legally stop a car. Generally, a stop requires an officer to have reasonable suspicion. There are of course exceptions, such as a stop ...
  • 27-Aug-2012

    No Probable Cause To Arrest When SFST Done at Police Station

    Kansas DUI law is interesting and complex. On one hand, the Constitution protects individual's liberties. On the other, the Court in DUI cases seem to allow police officers more flexibility when investigating drunk driving cases. As a DUI lawyer, ...
  • 24-Aug-2012

    Welfare Check Wasn't Valid Reason For Stop in This Case

    Under the Fourth Amendment, we, the people, are not to be subject to unreasonable searches and seizures. However, the Courts have provided several exceptions, allowing police officers to search your car, even without reasonable suspicion. One such ...
  • 21-Aug-2012

    Checklanes Again Held Legal

    In Davis v. Ks. Dept. of Revenue 252 Kan. 224, 843 P.2d 260 (1992), the Supreme Court reaffirmed that checkpoints are constitutional. They reversed the trial court's decision to vacate the suspension of the person's driver's license. The ...
  • 20-Aug-2012

    Court Decides Due Process Not Violated Because it was at the Administrative Hearing

    After an alleged breath test refusal or failure, a person has 14 days to request the administrative hearing regarding their license. Otherwise, they automatically lose their license. Unfortunately, your line of questioning and witnesses at the ...
  • 14-Aug-2012

    Deskins Criteria Regarding DUI Checklanes

    Recently, I blogged about the legality of drunk driving checklanes. It was discussed how the courts applied a "Deskins" legal analysis. Deskins is a Kansas Supreme Court case about sobriety check points and roadblocks. It's citation is ...
  • 1-Aug-2012

    U-Turn to Avoid DUI Checklane Led to Valid Stop

    Before an officer can pull someone over, they must be able to articulate reasonable suspicion of a crime. What if the person performs a U-Turn to avoid a DUI checklane? In State v. Kotas 35 Kan.App.2d 769, 134 P.3d 677 (2006), the Court addressed the ...
  • 31-Jul-2012

    Preservation of Breath Sample Not Required

    Preservation of the Breath Sample There is much argument about the reliability of the Intoxilyzer as well as other Breathalyzers. These machines attempt to gauge the BAC in a persons' blood. The problem is, they are measuring air, not blood. So, ...
  • 30-Jul-2012

    State Given Benefit of Procedural Due Process Even Though the Back Dated Certificates

    State Given Benefit of Procedural Due Process Even Though the Back Dated Certificates In State v. Ernesti 291 Kan. 54, 65, 239 P.3d 40 (2010), the Supreme Court decided to overturn the district court, who had previously suppressed the breath test ...
  • 27-Jul-2012

    DUI Checklanes Constitutional

    Are DUI checklanes legal? According to the Kansas courts, these check lanes can indeed be legal. In fact, in the following case, City of Overland Park v. Rhodes, the court addresses the Constitutionality of stop points. Rhodes had been forced to pull ...
  • 25-Jul-2012

    Senator's Son Charged With Drunk Driving

    19 year Alexander Whitehouse, of Newport, was arrested and charged this morning for drunk driving. DUI and DWI charges occur all the time, the difference in this case is that the defendant is the son of Rhode Island United States Senator Sheldon ...
  • 19-Jul-2012

    NFL Player Charged With Drunk Driving

    Another sport celebrity was arrested for drunk driving. The 14th overall pick of the 2011 NFL Draft, Robert Quinn, Defensive End for the St. Louis Rams, was charged with DWI and two other charges. Apparently, he was cooperative throughout the ...
  • 5-Jul-2012

    Urinal Cakes With Drunk Driving Message

    Imagine using the restroom, and then suddenly hearing a woman's voice say, "Here's a real friendly reminder. Don't drive drunk. If you do and you get arrested, the next urinal you pee in will be in jail, with a hairy guy named Bubba ...
  • 29-Jun-2012

    New Case Regarding Extended Detention Of Suspect

    The Kansas Court of Apeels recently decided a case regarding the 4th Amendment, probable cause, and detaining a person. As a criminal defense attorney, it will likely be a helpful case when attempting to suppress illegally obatined evidence against ...
  • 12-Jun-2012

    Law Enforcement Selling Meth?

    Former Sabetha police officer, Ryan Bruggerman, in Holton Kansas, was arrested last Thursday on charges of stealing methamphetamine from police evidence room. He allegedly then sold the meth. The charges followed an investigation conducted by the ...
  • 6-Jun-2012

    Checkpoint Ruse Deemed Unconstitutional

    As a DUI defense lawyer, I am often asked about checkpoints. Checkpoints are planned stops along a road, where law enforcement stops vehicles and checks for drugs and sobriety. Yes, so long as procedure is followed, these checkpoints are generally ...
  • 4-Jun-2012

    New Case Regarding Expungement

    Over the years, DUI expungement law has changed. Prior to July 1, 2006, a person could get DUI expunged. However, the legislature made it illegal after that. Despite that law, our law firm was able to get drunk driving expungements for our clients ...
  • 18-May-2012

    House Criminalizes Breath Refusals

    Despite legitimate concerns about trampling on the People's Constitutional rights, the House, in Topeka, approved a bill which criminalizes refusing to take a breath test during a DUI investigation. The House passed the bill 103-13. It is not yet ...
  • 8-May-2012

    Is the Kansas Blood Alcohol Program Incorrectly Certifying Breathalyzers?

    According to Kansas Administrative Regulations (K.A.R.) 28-32-0 (b)(5) "For quality control, each device custodian or device custodian's designee shall test each EBAT device once each calendar week using the alcohol standards furnished by ...
  • 23-Apr-2012

    Shadden Case Explains Why Expert Needed to Present Scientific Evidence

    Currently, lawyers are not allowed to present HGN test results during a DUI trial in Kansas. However, the attorenys are allowed to present such evidence for purposes of determining probable cause. The following case explains why some scientific ...
  • 20-Apr-2012

    Criminalizing Breath Refusals

    On March 16, 2012, Kansas Senate Bill 453 was amended to make the refusal of a person to submit to a blood, breath or urine test at the demand of law enforcement a crime. By March 27, it had passed in the Senate and was on to the Kansas House for ...
  • 18-Apr-2012

    Physics Used to Beat a Stop Sign Ticket

    University of California at San Diego physics professor, Dmitri Krioukov, was issued a $400 traffic ticket for failing to stop at a stop sign. Unlike most traffic tickets though, he beat it at trial. How? He wrote a four page explanation to the judge ...
  • 16-Apr-2012

    Marijuana and Alcohol Traffic Study in Belgium

    A recent study showed that Belgian drivers injured in traffic accidents are far more likely to possess drugs and alcohol in their systems than are Dutch drivers. This is according to information to be published in the journal Forensic Science ...
  • 24-Feb-2012

    Lawrence Kansas Officer No Longer With Police Force

    One of the two Lawrence, KS police officers who were recently suspended has been fired. As discussed previously in my blog, two officers were suspended for a ticket fixing scandal where traffic tickets were fixed in exchange for KU basketball ...
  • 20-Feb-2012

    According to The Kansas Supreme Court, You Can't Be Both Reckless and Intentional

    The Kansas Supreme Court just recently decided the following case. In their decision, the judges stated that a person cannot be both reckless and intentional. The Court stated, "The mental state of recklessness is incompatible with a mental ...
  • 13-Feb-2012

    Feds Taking Over DUI

    Drunk Driving Laws are a state issues. As a DUI defense attorney, I am regularly in the County District Courts for the State of Kansas. My legal practice rarely takes me into the federal courts, where I have only done one jury trial. All my other ...
  • 9-Feb-2012

    Diabtetic Man Suspected of DUI Beaten

    Check out the folowing video of police attacking a civilian thought to have been drinking and driving. This is another example of somebody having a diabetic episode being mistaken for being drunk. The cops even assumed that the diabetic seizures was ...
  • 7-Feb-2012

    Supreme Court GPS Case Discussed

    I was watching "Thirty Rock" last night on NetFlix and laughed when one of the characters stated he didn't have a cell phone because "he wasn't going to have a government tracking device on him." The character was made out ...
  • 3-Feb-2012

    Big Breasts a Defense in a DUI Case?

    As a DUI defense lawyer I have argued numerous different defenses regarding standardized field sobriety testing. I have not however argued this new "big breasts" defense a lady recently argued during her DUI investigation, which led to her ...
  • 30-Jan-2012

    Breath Test Not Allowed Due To Failure to Comply With KDHE Protocols

    The Court of Appeals decided that law enforcement must substantially comply with the requirements laid out by the Kansas Deparment of Health and Environment. In the folowing case, the Court of Appeals reveresed the District Court, which had initially ...
  • 27-Jan-2012

    Officers Against Drug War

    An anonymous active duty veteran police officer expressed his desire to join Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. He would like to speak out publicly against the war against drugs. However, he doesn't out of fear. that he would be punished by his ...
  • 27-Jan-2012

    Supreme Court Rules Retrograde Extrapolation Was Prejudicial

    Supreme Court In Rules that Retrograde Extrapolation Was Prejudicial The Court's decision made it tougher for prosecutors to obtain a drunk driving conviction, providing more protection for drivers who are often wrongly accused of drinking and ...
  • 23-Jan-2012

    Supreme Court: warrantless blood draws are generally inadmissible

    Warrantless blood draws in Missouri are impermissible absent "exigent circumstances." The mere fact that blood alcohol dissipates over time is not, standing alone, sufficient to allow law enforcement to forego the requirement of obtaining a ...
  • 19-Jan-2012

    9 DUI Myths

    There are numerous myths surrounding DUI's. Myth #1: You can only get a DUI due to alcohol or illegal drugs. Incorrect. Kansas law allows a DUI conviction when impaired due to alcohol, drugs (even if legally prescribed), or a combination of both ...
  • 12-Jan-2012

    Man Dies After Excessive Use of Force In Jail

    Nick Christie, a 62 year old retired man left Ohio to go visit his brother in Florida. During the trip, Mr. Christie mentally deteriorated very quickly. His wife was already concerned about his well being and had called the Lee County police in ...
  • 9-Jan-2012

    Ignition Interlock Legislation

    While discussing his proposed legislation to force all first time DUI offenders to install ignition interlock devices onto their vehicles, Sen. John Rafferty, said, "This will prevent people who are pulled over and convicted of DUI from getting ...
  • 4-Jan-2012

    Must Show Prejudice

    As a DUI defense attorney, I regularly research the legal issues dealing with driver license suspensions. One of the issues that rises up regularly, is how long it takes KDOR (Kansas Department of Revenue) to schedule an administrative hearing. They ...
  • 30-Dec-2011

    Dog Sniffs and the 4th Amendment

    When is a Dog Sniff a Search Under the Fourth? Dog sniffs raise interesting 4th Amendment legal analysis. Regular human senses don't automatically violate the Fourth Amendment. Additionally, the Court has allowed the use of some sense-enhancing ...
  • 12-Dec-2011

    Are Breath Machines Reliable?

    While a breath machine may give a correct reading, it doesn't always. The accuracy is not reliable. Furthermore, the relevance is questionable, because the alcohol ratio on your breath does not determine whether you are capable of safely ...
  • 9-Dec-2011

    Former Miss USA Arrested For Drunk Driving

    Rima Fakih, who was the first Arab American woman to win a Miss USA pageant, was arrested for drunk driving last Saturday. Her defense lawyer, Doraid Elder said that Fakih's record "has not a single blemish." Controversy is not new to ...
  • 8-Dec-2011

    Man Sentenced to 20 Years for 11th DUI

    In Bloomington, Illinois, forty-seven year old Willian Dietrich, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for DUI. Apparently, Dietrich has been arrested 11 times in the past for driving under the influence. This criminal history, along with his prior 8 ...
  • 7-Dec-2011

    Basic Overview of Drunk Driving Laws in Canada

    Basic Overview of Drunk Driving Laws in Canada Our northern neighbor, Canada, enforces has drunk driving laws on their books. The Canadian Criminal Code has laws against impaired driving. The Canadian Criminal Code also prescribes the procedures for ...
  • 6-Dec-2011

    Pleas Deemed Unconstitutional By Some

    Whenever I take on a DUI case, I assume we are going to trial and do everything I can to beat it. In fact, as a drinking and driving defense attorney, I love trial. But the reality is. most cases are resolved via plea deals. The prosecutors know I ...
  • 5-Dec-2011

    Texting and Driving Worse Than Drinking And Driving

    Years from now, texting while driving may have the same stigma of drinking and driving, or worse. Academic studies have shown that texting while driving impairs the driver's abilities. However, Car and Driver did a study trying to show just how ...
  • 2-Dec-2011

    Forced Resignation After Officer Falsifies PBT Results

    Erik Norman, of the Richmond County Sheriff's Office in Virginia was forced to resign on October 19, 2011. A prosecutor reported that the former officer told her that he had falsified readings from a PBT. An internal affairs investigation ensued, ...
  • 1-Dec-2011

    Kansas DUI Law Changes Reminder

    As a Kansas DUI defense attorney, people often asking me about the new drunk driving laws that passed in Kansas this past summer. (Legilslation Statute changed July 2011) I love answering their questions and hope to answer more, but I thought I would ...
  • 8-Nov-2011

    Blood Tests Under Fire

    Theoretically, all blood draws should have the same results. Unfortunately, they don't always. The Austin Police force tests blood when a drunk driving suspect refuses a breath sample. The Austin Police then do their own testing. It is now being ...
  • 31-Oct-2011

    13 People Charged With DUI during 5 Hour KC Sobriety Checkpoint This Weekend

    Thirteen people were charged with DUI in the early mornings hours of October 29, 2011, from an overnight drunk driving check point in Kansas City, Kansas. Police stopped 544 drivers in the southbound lanes at the DUI checkpoint, at the 4000 block of ...
  • 9-Sep-2011

    New DUI Trailer in Kansas

    Kansas law enforcement showed off their newly purchased DUI trailer at their annual "Drunk Driving. Over the Limit Arrest" event. Kansas Law Enforcement had an increased focus on drunk driving arrests through the Labor Day weekend. During ...
  • 22-Jul-2011

    Passionate Defense

    Criminal Defense and Personal Injury are two of the most challenging and rewarding specialties in the practice of law. We love the practice of law and helping our clients. This passion manifests itself in the dedication we bring to our clients and ...
  • 9-May-2011

    Welcome to our new Kansas DUI Web Site and Law Blog!

    We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Olathe DUI web site and law blog! We have an RSS feed available for you here.