If you are facing a felony DUI in Kansas for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, it is important to speak with an attorney immediately. There are significant issues, including the potential loss of driving privileges, which must be addressed within 10 days of your arrest.
At Rokusek Stein Law, LLC, we have spent years protecting the rights of individuals accused of crimes in the Kansas City area. Our strengths include representing clients facing DUI charges in both the administrative license hearing and the criminal trial.
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Alongside any criminal penalties you may be facing as a result of a felony DUI conviction, you may also be facing driver's license suspension or revocation.
The length of suspension or revocation is dependent upon:
These penalties are far more severe than they used to be, and they continue to change at the whim of the Kansas legislature.
Our Kansas City criminal defense lawyers stay current on all aspects of these changing laws. We work closely with you at all times to ensure you understand what you are facing, as well as your likelihood for success in defeating or minimizing the charges against you.
In Kansas, a third or subsequent DUI/DWI offense is considered a felony. This is true even if your first offense did not result in a conviction.
Felony convictions can lead to:
We have extensive experience representing clients in felony cases. Our firm understands the intricacies and special nature of felony charges. We know what it takes to mount a solid defense and create a comprehensive defense strategy that meets your individual goals. When we are unable to help you beat your felony DUI charges, we seek programs such as work release to help you stay out of jail.