Charged With DUI? We Can Help You Defend Your Rights
A conviction for a DUI represents a serious threat to future prospects for employment, living situations, educational opportunities and ability to drive. For a first-time conviction for a DUI, you may face:
- Up to one year in jail
- Up to $1000 in fines
- 30-day full suspension of your license
- 60-day restricted suspension of your license, following the 30-day full suspension
- License reinstatement fees
- Ignition interlock device
- Increased insurance rates
Penalties only increase if you have been charged before or there are aggravating factors to be considered.
If you have been charged with a DUI, it is crucial to understand your rights and the nature of the charge being brought. If the arresting officer made any mistake in the process, you may be able to defend against a charge and work toward a dismissal or mitigation of consequences. That said, it is crucial to partner with an attorney if you plan to defend.
Experienced With DUI Cases In Both Kansas And Missouri
With more than two decades of criminal defense experience, attorney Andrew S. Talge is prepared to help you aggressively defend against any DUI charge as well as represent you in license suspension or revocation hearing (sometimes called an administrative or DMV hearing).
Our team handles each case with the same degree of professionalism and attention to detail. We use our experience and knowledge of the system to seek optimal results for each case and minimize adverse consequences of criminal charges.
You have a limited time to schedule a license hearing from the date of charge, so please get in touch as soon as possible.