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What is a Diversion Program?
What is a Diversion Program?

Just because a person has been charged with a first-time offense, doesn’t mean that he/she is guilty. However, there are some cases where it is practically impossible to obtain a not guilty verdict. Fortunately, Kansas courts understand that many first-time offenders are not ...

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  • Aggravating Factors Which Enhance DUI Penalties in KS

    If you are convicted of a DUI in Kansas, you face extremely harsh penalties. However, those penalties are even more serious if there are certain ...

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  • 5 Ways Police Can Detect Drunk Drivers

    Based on thorough study and interviews of law enforcement authorities making tens of thousands of DUI and/or DWI arrests, the National Highway Traffic ...

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  • Most Common Mistakes Made by Law Enforcement in a DUI Case

    Police officers are required to follow certain procedures during a DUI investigation. If they commit mistakes when obtaining evidence or placing the ...

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  • Is Plea Bargaining Allowed for DUI in Kansas?

    A plea bargain is an arrangement made by a prosecutor and a defendant’s attorney, which entails the defendant must plead guilty to a lesser charge or ...

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  • Summertime Means More DUIs

    Millions of Americans take advantage of the warmer climate and care-free atmosphere of summer to enjoy the outdoors and travel to visit friends and ...

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  • How a DUI Conviction Can Affect Education

    Although a DUI conviction is considered an extremely serious matter for everyone, it can result in negative consequences for both high school and ...

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  • 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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