DUI LAWYER MISSION KANSAS
We Have Been Defending Clients on DUI and Criminal Charges in Mission Since 1993
Have you been Arrested and charged with a with a DUI in Mission, Kansas? Once you have posted bond you will receive a citation with the initial Court date on the front. Take a breath, get your car out of the tow lot if necessary; weigh your options, and then talk to an experienced Mission DUI Lawyer. Get informed; Take action to preserve your rights, your freedom, and to protect your future.
DUI in Mission: Request a Kansas Drivers License Hearing within Ten Days
Your court date may be four to six weeks away, but some rights, such as the right to contest the potential suspension or revocation of your Kansas Driving Privileges when charged with DUI, expire within ten business days/ fourteen calendar days of being served with the DC-27 form (Pink Form). The possible suspension or revocation of your Kansas Drivers License is a separate matter from the criminal case in Mission Municipal Court. The administrative hearing request must also be accompanied by a $50.00 fee. Read the fine print: failure to enclose the $50.00 fee with a written request for your Kansas Drivers License Hearing will result in that request being denied.
When you hire the Law Offices of Charles R. Green to represent you in Mission the first step we take on your behalf is to request that an administrative hearing be held; this preserves your right to contest the potential suspension of your Kansas Driving Privileges and also importantly allows you to continue to drive legally in Kansas during this process.
Fighting the Criminal DUI Charges in Mission Municipal Court
It is important to realize that the best thing that you can do for yourself is to assess your case and move quickly; in Kansas you are given only ten (10) business days to request a Drivers License Hearing with the Kansas Department of Revenue. The laws and procedures governing DUI cases are complex and and DUI law and protocol in Kansas change constantly. You may have even been told by the arresting officer that a DUI is not a serious matter and that you don't need to consult with an attorney. Nothing could be further from the truth. You cannot afford to step forward without the proper amount of legal consultation and representation; it is important that you have an experienced attorney on your side that you can truly trust.
Many DUI Lawyers in Mission including my office charge nothing for the initial consultation regarding your case; contact us today at 913.383.3311 or submit a Fast and Confidential Case Evaluation form on our website (scroll down).
At the Law Offices of Charles R. Green, their legal team understands what to do first following a DUI. You can be confident that if you work with their firm that they will be relentless in their efforts to protect your rights, regardless of whether you're facing charges for a first time DUI, multiple DUI, underage DUI, felony DUI or a BWI. They are also able to help clients who are charged with leaving the scene, have cases involving accidents, drugs, implied consent refusal of a breath or blood test, or failed a field sobriety test.
Why hire a DUI defense lawyer?
Your drivers license, your freedom and your future may be on the line in the time following a criminal charge. Criminal charges can affect employment prospects, student loan eligibility, insurance rates, etc. Having to face something of this nature can be confusing, overwhelming and terrifying, regardless of whether you were subjected to an unlawful police stop, are fighting to keep your license at a driver's license hearing or if you have been charged with driving while suspended. You can breathe easier knowing that you have a seasoned criminal defense attorney on your side fighting to defend your rights.
Contact a Mission DUI lawyer at our firm at 913.383.3311 as soon as possible to learn more about how the firm can help you to defend your rights in a criminal case involving a DUI.
Mission Municipal Court Information:
The Municipal Court of Mission Kansas is the judicial branch of the City, handling all traffic, misdemeanor and city code violations. There is no right to a jury trial in Mission, all trials are held in front of a Judge, and are governed by the Kansas Rules of Evidence and the Code of Municipal Courts. You have the right to appeal a decision or conviction in Mission Municipal Court within ten days; appeals from Mission are made to Johnson County District Court in Olathe, Kansas.
The Mission Municipal Court hears cases involving DUI, Misdemeanor Possession of Drugs (Marijuana or other controlled substances), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Minor in Possession or Consumption of Alcohol, Stealing or Shoplifting (Misdemeanor Theft) cases, Patronizing or Soliciting Prostitution, Probation Violations, Diversion Termination Hearings, Driving While Suspended or Revoked, Traffic Ordinance Violations including Speeding, Reckless Driving, No Insurance, and other Traffic Violations.
Mission Municipal Court Resources:
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Mission City Municipal Court
6090 Woodson Rd, Mission, KS 66202
Phone: (913) 676-8325
Fax: (913) 676-8385