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What happens when you get a DUI in Kansas?

Two things will happen, you will get a criminal charge and have your driver’s license suspended. These two things can have a serious negative effect on your driving record for the rest of your life.”

After your first DUI conviction in Kansas, you can get…

  • 48 hours prison sentence or 100 hours of community service
  • Fines of range $500 to $1000
  • An alcohol or substance safety treatment program ordered by the court, court costs, other fees
  • Your license will be suspended for 30 days

For a second subsequent offense, you may be sentenced to 90 days in prison together with hefty fines, a longer driver’s license suspension, and probation.

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