Worried about Your License Being Suspended?
Johnson County DUI Attorney on Your Side
The state of Kansas is particularly strict when it comes to drinking and driving. Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense that will result in license suspension, even for a first offense.
If you are convicted of a DUI, your license can be suspended for:
- First Offense: 30 days
- Second Offense: One year
- Third Offense: One year
- Fourth Offense: One year
- Fifth or Subsequent Offense: Permanently
Our Johnson County, KS Attorneys Fight to Have Your License Reinstated
When you are arrested for DUI, your license will be confiscated by your arresting officer, and you will have 10 days to request an administrative hearing. At such a hearing, you will be able to present your case to an administrative judge to be reevaluated. If the judge determines that you did not deserve to have your license revoked, it will be reinstated and your driving privileges will be returned to you, usually without a reinstatement fee.
The key to fighting a license suspension or a DUI conviction is to retain an excellent Johnson County DUI lawyer to defend you. At Martin & Wallentine, LLC, we have handled countless DUI defense cases and are skilled in litigation. Find out how we could help you by contacting our firm today for a case evaluation.
Today is a Day for Action – Call (913) 764-9700
The legal team at Martin & Wallentine, LLC is experienced in DUI defense and could help you present a persuasive case in your defense. We treat each of our clients with respect and care for the outcome of their case as much as they do.
If you need to fight false charges of DUI, contact our Johnson County DUI defense lawyers today and find out for yourself how we could fight for you and help you get your license reinstated.
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