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Is a DUI a felony in Kansas?

Under the state laws, a driver will be charged with DUI when their blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08% or more. The first or second DUI charges are treated as a misdemeanor, while the third and fourth DUI cases are treated as felonies.

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