Driving Under the Influence

Kansas law makes it a unlawful to operate or attempt to operate a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. This may be proven by a result of a blood, breath or urine test or by other evidence to indicate that the individual was impaired by drugs or alcohol in their ability to safely operate their vehicle. Driving under the influence can result in serious fines, jail time, suspension or revocation of driving privileges as well as having other significant impacts upon your life.

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