Kansas City Implied Consent Laws
Understanding Charges of Implied Consent Refusal
In Kansas City, once you get behind the wheel of a car, the law believes
that you have given consent to have your blood alcohol tested. This includes
blood and breath tests. Therefore, if you have been pulled over on suspicion of a
DUI and have refused to take the test, you will be facing penalties that include
suspension of your driver's license. These penalties are serious and
should not be taken lightly; not having a driver's license can be
difficult and inconvenient at the very least.
For this reason, it is usually advisable that you submit to the test and
take your chances with the results. This, however, is not a constant and
changes from case to case. Regardless, however, if you have blown and
are now facing charges for a
first time DUI,
felony DUI or a
DUI involving an accident, there is one thing for certain.
It is vastly important that you do not waste any time in
contacting a tenacious Kansas City DUI lawyer as soon as you possibly can.
Why Hire a DUI Lawyer in Kansas or Missouri?
Criminal cases involving charges of DUI are complex and difficult to navigate
without the proper amount of legal support. At the
Law Offices of Charles R. Green, they understand that the situation that you are facing will place your
entire future at stake. They are therefore unwaveringly devoted to helping
combat the evidence held against you and fighting for your best possible outcome. You can be confident knowing
that no matter what the circumstances of your case that you will be treated
with knowledgeable and comprehensive support through your entire case.
Contact a Kansas City implied consent lawyer as soon as possible if you are currently struggling with a criminal charge
of a breath or blood test refusal.