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  • Potential False Positive Alcohol Readings on SCRAM Devices
    Potential False Positive Alcohol Readings on SCRAM Devices

    There are several different devices that test for alcohol concentration. As a Kansas criminal defense attorney I regularly deal with these instruments. For example, there are times when I have to ...

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  • Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
    Driving Under the Influence of Drugs

    In Kansas, the laws which govern driving under the influence (DUI) prohibit the use of drugs other than just alcohol. Many people may not know that a driver may be guilty of DUI for operating a ...

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  • Man Arrested Over 1,500 Times
    Man Arrested Over 1,500 Times

    As a Kansas criminal defense attorney , I often see people get trapped in the system. However, a Lexington, Kentucky man brings a whole new meaning to this understanding. 64 year old Henry Early has ...

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  • Johnson & Johnson Settles Over Drug Risperdal
    Johnson & Johnson Settles Over Drug Risperdal

    Risperdal was a drug that was aggressively promoted and sold by Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. for unapproved uses, mostly targeting providers who treated elderly ...

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  • Issues in George Zimmerman Trial Regarding Death of Trayvon Martin
    Issues in George Zimmerman Trial Regarding Death of Trayvon Martin

    The George Zimmerman trial regarding the death of Trayvon Martin has generated an unusual amount of controversy. What do people think about this case? Please speak out and let us know your thoughts. ...

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  • Medicinal Marijuana in Kansas?
    Medicinal Marijuana in Kansas?

    Under Senate Bill 9, doctors would be authorized to write prescriptions for cannabis, to their clients who have qualifying medical conditions. Such proposed legislation is supported by 70 percent of ...

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