Mission DUI Lawyer
Arrested for DUI in Mission? Providing Clients With Agresssive DUI Defense
Charged With a Criminal Complaint, Driving While Under the Influence of
Alcohol (DUI), Transporting an Open Container (TOC), or Possession of
Marijuana in Mission, Kansas? Once you have posted bond and been released
you will receive a summons (ticket) with the first court date on the front.
Take a breath, get your car out of the tow lot if necessary, weigh your
options, and then call an experienced Mission Criminal Defense Lawyer.
Get informed and act to protect your rights.
DUI Test Refusal or Breathalyzer Failure? Request Your Kansas Drivers License
Hearing Within 10 Days
Your first court date may not be scheduled for several weeks, but the right
to request a drivers license hearing regarding the possible suspension
of your Kansas Driving Privileges has a time limit of ten business days
or fourteen calendar days, whichever is later. The date of service will
be recorded by the Officer on your DC-27 (Pink Form) given to you by the Officer.
If you're facing accusations of
DUI in the state of Kansas, you'll have only ten business days from the
time that you were served with the DC-27 to request a
Driver's License Hearing. The Drivers License Hearing Request must be in writing and must be accompanied
by a $50.00 administrative fee. Failure to request a hearing and pay the
administrative hearing fee within this time period will most likely result
in the automatic suspension or revocation of your driver's license,
whether or not your criminal charges are ultimately dismissed. Given the
severely limited time you will have to take action to preserve your right
to drive, you cannot afford to waste any time in seeking the skillful
legal defense of a Mission DUI attorney at The Law Offices of Charles R. Green.
When you hire the Law Offices of Charles R. Green one of the first steps
we take is to request the Drivers License Hearing on your behalf with
the Kansas Department of Revenue. We request that the Administrative Hearing be held in person and that
any Certifying Police Officers be subpoenaed and present for the Hearing.
This not only preserves your right to review but also allows you to maintain
your Kansas Driving Privileges during the process.
Defending Clients on DUI Charges Since 1993
At the firm, we have more than twenty years of experience dedicated to
aggressively defending persons in Mission, Kansas who are facing DUI or
other Criminal Charges. From a
first-time DUI offense, to
felony DUI offense, we use our experience to achieve the best possible result in
every case. All DUI Complaints are charged the same way, however the facts
of every case and the circumstances and needs of each individual Client
we represent are unique. It is this level of commitment that has earned
my firm a reputation for zealous advocacy and excellence in the field of
Many DUI Lawyers in Mission, including my office, offer a free initial
consultation on your case; contact us today at 913.383.3311 or submit
a Fast and Confidential Case Evaluation form on our website (scroll down) or fill out a
free case evaluation form
Mission Kansas Information
Located in Johnson County, Kansas, the city of Mission is home to more
than 9,000 residents, 5,000 households, and approximately 2,100 families
(accordingly to city data from the 2012 census). Currently, the city is
ranked as one of the top areas of growth in the state, as well as the
country. Today the Mission city government operates under the notion of
being, "big enough to serve you [and] small enough to want you."
The same could be said of The Law Offices of Charles R. Green, where
big-time results are delivered to clients who can benefit from the firm's
Originally referred to as Mission Hill Acres, the city of Mission was officially
recognized in 1926 as a suburb with 245 sub-divided lots. Less than a
decade later, in 1935, the city was home to five businesses, and in 1938
the city's name was legally shortened to Mission, as recommended by
postal authorities. The area's history, however, dates back much further
than 1935, with beginnings that originated in 1825 when all of Johnson
County was given over to the Shawnee tribe by the government. The rich
history of the area is both recognized and appreciated by the team at
The Law Offices of Charles R. Green, and it is one of the reasons that
the firm works to diligently to protect the rights of persons who face
criminal charges in Mission.
The Experience you need, The Dedicated DUI Defense your case deserves
With more than two decades of experience, The Law Offices of Charles R.
Green is familiar with the ins and outs of DUI law, both in Kansas and
Missouri. As such, you can call upon the firm's experience and skill
when you're facing charges for
DUI involving an accident,DUI involving drugs, or even charges for
leaving the scene. In fact, when you're up against the restricted time limits imposed
on drivers who live in Mission, Kansas and have been charged with a DUI,
you cannot afford to waste any time in seeking out the firm's help.
Fully invested into each of the cases it handles, The Law Offices of Charles
R. Green is committed to tackling charges of every nature, including those
multiple DUI charges,
implied consent refusal, and more. The arsenal of defense methods that can be utilized by my firm
include challenging the results of a
field sobriety test, questioning the reading of a
blood or breath test, as well as bringing to light an
unlawful police stop. The number of defenses that can be utilized on your behalf are only a
phone call away, so don't hesitate to contact the firm today.
Contact The Law Offices of Charles R. Green
underage DUI, to felony DUI, my firm covers it all, and your first consultation with
an attorney at the office will be offered completely free of charge. When
you need to know what to do first after being arrested and / or criminally
charged with any type of DUI, you should not wait to contact The Law Offices
of Charles R. Green. Doing so will put your case in the hands of a trusted
and experienced team that is prepared to go to battle on your behalf.
Contact a Mission DUI lawyer from my office to learn more about protecting your rights under the guidance
of a professional attorney at 913.383.3311.
Mission Municipal Court Information
The Municipal Court of Mission, Kansas is the judicial branch of the City
of Mission, handling all misdemeanor, traffic, and city code violations.
There is no right to a trial by Jury in Mission, all trials are held before
a Judge. All Appeals are made to Johnson County District Court in Olathe,
Kansas. Mission employs several part-time prosecutors and one Judge.
The Mission Municipal Court hears cases involving DUI, Misdemeanor Drug
Possession, i.e. Marijuana or other controlled substance, Possession of
Drug Paraphernalia, Misdemeanor Theft or Stealing charges, Probation Violations,
Patronizing or Solicitation of Prostitution, Driving While Suspended or
Revoked, Ignition Interlock violations, as well as Speeding Tickets, Traffic
Ordinance Violations and other City Code Infractions.
Mission Municipal Court Links
City of Mission Ticket Information and Payment System
City of Mission Ticket Search
Mission City Municipal Court
6090 Woodson Rd, Mission, KS 66202
Phone: (913) 676-8325
*The Mission Municipal Court is the judiciary branch of the Mission City
government. Accordingly, it is within this court system that traffic tickets
and other violations of the city's ordinances will be judged and fines
will be levied.