Posted By Charles R. Green
In it's recent ruling Creecy v. Kansas Department of Revenue, No. 117,035, the Kansas Supreme Court declared unconstitutional a provision of state law requiring all Kansas Drivers charged with DUI in Kansas to pay a $50 fee as part of the requirement for requesting a DUI Drivers License Hearing in Kansas. Mr. Jay Norton, Esq., of Norton Hare, L.L.C., of Overland Park, argued the case successfully ...
Posted By DUI Attorney Charles R. Green
What is Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUI Drugs) in Kansas? Driving While Under the Influence of Drugs is an area of law enforcement that has grown exponentially over the past few years. Traditionally the laws applied to Drivers under the influence of illegal substances such as amphetamine, opiates, painkillers, cocaine or marijuana. However the focus of law enforcement has shifted to ...