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What is a Saturation Point?
What is a Saturation Point?

Last year, the Kansas City Police Department and other Missouri law enforcement agencies lost funding for sobriety checkpoints, shifting more than $19 million in federal funds to saturation patrols. A saturation patrol consists of a large number of police officers patrolling ...

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    • Supreme Court Sets New Limits on Warrantless Searches

      In a decision that has been considered a huge victory for privacy rights, the Supreme Court ruled in late May that police officers must generally ...

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    • Police Body Camera Footage: Good or Bad for Criminal Defense?

      The use of body cameras by law enforcement has become a growing trend due to the rise of highly publicized officer-involved shootings. These cameras ...

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    • Bringing Legal Cannabis Across States

      If you’re a resident of Kansas or Missouri and you plan on taking a trip over to Colorado, perhaps one of the plans in your itinerary is to enjoy ...

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    • Bringing Legal Cannabis Across States

      If you’re a resident of Kansas or Missouri and you plan on taking a trip over to Colorado, perhaps one of the plans in your itinerary is to enjoy ...

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    • Prescription Drug Crimes: What You Need to Know

      Prescription drugs are not legal for everyone. If you are not prescribed a medication by a doctor, you can go to jail, pay fines, and be convicted of ...

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    • Defenses for Possession of Marijuana

      Although marijuana laws have lessened around the United States, Kansas still treats marijuana possession, cultivation, as well as sales or ...

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  • DUI
    • What is a Saturation Point?

      Last year, the Kansas City Police Department and other Missouri law enforcement agencies lost funding for sobriety checkpoints, shifting more than $19 ...

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    • Why is .08 BAC the Legal Limit?

      Today, the United States has established that the national legal limit is .08 blood alcohol content (BAC). But how did our government come up with ...

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    • What Happens When My DUI Leads to Someone's Death

      Although a DUI alone is a serious criminal offense, a DUI resulting in someone else’s death is much more severe. In Kansas, there are several laws in ...

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    • Will a Juvenile Crime Stay on My Criminal Record for the Rest of My Life?

      Sometimes a mistake we made in our youth can become an embarrassment when we reach adulthood. In addition, these type of incidents can become public ...

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    • Am I Eligible for Expungement?

      When you are convicted of a crime, your conviction will be entered into your criminal history, where it will stay the rest of your life. For some ...

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    • Differences Between State & Federal Charges

      There are two types of courts in the United States—state courts and federal courts. Although the U.S. Constitution allows states the power to govern ...

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    • Facing Federal Charges

      So what can you do when you discover that your worst nightmare just came true? The feds are on your doorstep arresting you on a federal indictment. ...

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    • NADC Selects Attorney Rokusek to Nation's Top One Percent in 2017

      The National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC) is a premier organization in the United States that rates and reviews legal professionals, ...

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    • Attorney Jacquelyn Rokusek Named in the Nation's Top One Percent

      Rokusek Stein Law, LLC is proud to announce that Founding Attorney Jacquelyn E. Rokusek has once again been recognized for excellence by the National ...

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    • Gun Crimes & Your Rights

      Kansas, Missouri, and the United States Constitutions guarantee the right to bear arms. Adults in Kansas and Missouri do not need a permit to purchase ...

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    • Is it Legal to Open Carry in Kansas?

      If you own or wish to own a firearm in Kansas, you should know the laws when it comes to gun possession, carry, and use. This will help you not only ...

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    • What to Do When Facing False Sexual Assault Allegations

      False sexual assault allegations can tarnish reputations, ruin relationships, end businesses and jobs, sever ties with an educational institution and ...

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    • What Crimes Require You to Register as a Sex Offender?

      If you are convicted of a sex offense in the state of Kansas, depending on the nature of your crime you might be required to register as a sex ...

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    • What is the "Age of Consent" in Kansas?

      The “age of consent” is the age at which the law considers someone old enough to be able to give informed consent to sexual activity. This means ...

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