Posted By Attorney Charles Green
Under the DUI Implied Consent Laws in Kansas any person operating a motor vehicle impliedly gives their consent to submit to a test to determine their blood alcohol content when arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Drugs, or a combination of the two (DUI). Withdrawal of this consent by not agreeing to give a sample of your blood, breath, or urine ...
Posted By DUI Attorney Charles R. Green
In Missouri a driver convicted twice of DUI or a comparable alcohol-related offense within a five-year period faces a Five Year Denial of his or her Missouri Driving Privileges, A Driver convicted three or more times faces a Ten Year Denial. Previously the Driver would have to wait two or three years before asking the Court to consider granting Hardship Privileges. In 2013 the laws were changed, ...