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Kansas DWI Laws
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is responsible for thousands of deaths each year. Kansas is very tough on DUI. In the state of Kansas, Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is the system of measure used to determine the level of alcohol in your bloodstream. It is illegal to drive in Kansas with a BAC of .08% or higher.
In Kansas, having a driver's license, means you have given advance permission, or "implied consent" to testing for the presence of alcohol in your blood. If you are convicted of DUI and refused the test at the time of your arrest, you may be required to pay a higher fine and may have your license suspended for a longer period. Even if you are later acquitted of the DUI charges, you will still undergo a license suspension of up to one year for refusing to take the test.
The Kansas DUI Laws carry harsh penalties. In Kansas the laws have changed and now in DUI cases, your lifetime driving record is considered.
Kansas DWI laws are very strict and if caught while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, the driver can be imprisoned, fined and the driver’s license can be suspended.
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