Whether due to drunk driving, involvement in a hit and run, excessive speeding or more, license suspension can lead to serious difficulties and complications in your personal and professional life. For example, even a first offense DUI in Kansas can result in a minimum 30-day suspension of your license, but this can extend up to a full year in some cases.
When your driving rights and privileges are on the line, it’s important to get legal help from a firm you can trust. With more than 30 years of collective experience, including insight from a former prosecutor, Rokusek Stein Law, LLC has what it takes to secure the best possible outcome for many of our clients.
Take a look at your options by calling our firm at (913) 583-0465 today.
To effectively combat license suspension, you need to respond to your charges quickly and make sure that every step of the process is completed correctly.
Typically, the license suspension process unfolds as follows:
If you do not request an Administrative License Hearing within the first 14 days of receiving the DC-27 or if your information is incomplete or submitted incorrectly, you WILL have your license suspended. That is why it is so important to hire an attorney who can make sure that all your information is submitted correctly and on time. Additionally, a lawyer can help you make a legal case to keep your driver’s license. The hearing officer will not be swayed by simple pleas or by listening to how you have to drive to get to work or take your kids to school.
Time is of the essence in effectively navigating the license suspension process. Our firm can investigate the circumstances surrounding your case and present a compelling argument against the suspension of your license. Get in touch with us today to learn more about your case!
Contact Rokusek Stein Law, LLC for a free consultation. We are committed to pursuing the best possible outcome on behalf of each of our clients.