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    DUI Checkpoints in Missouri & Kansas

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    Sobriety checkpoints, commonly known as DUI checkpoints, are legal in both Kansas and Missouri. Police use these checkpoints to make random stops that are unconnected to any individual suspicions of illegal activity. Rather, police use DUI checkpoints to attempt to catch any suspicious activity or drivers who might be inebriated. Understanding your rights during DUI checkpoints is important so that you can protect your rights and avoid getting a wrongful DUI. Continue reading
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    Breathalyzer Tests: What You Need to Know

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    Have you ever been asked to take a breathalyzer test? When faced with pressure by a police officer, a breathalyzer test can seem daunting and final. However, what many people don't realize is that the results of a breathalyzer aren't usually irrefutable. Before being put in a situation where you are asked to take a breathalyzer test, read on for a few basic facts that will help you understand the test and your rights. Continue reading
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    How to Protect Your Business During Holiday Parties

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    Holiday office parties are great--employees get a chance to cut loose and relax while bonding with coworkers. They boost office morale and show employees that you care about them. However, amid all the merriment of celebrating the holidays, sometimes problems arise that could make your company liable to damages. Here's how to have a great party while avoiding major mishaps and costing your company money. Continue reading
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    Car Accidents & the Holiday Season

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    The holiday season is in many ways "the most wonderful time of the year," as the song goes. It's filled with time spent with loved ones, stuffing ourselves with amazing food, and giving to others. However, it's also one of the most dangerous times of the year. Between all the rush and stress, traveling out of town to see family, and sometimes drinking to excess, accidents always increase during the holidays. Continue reading
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    Driving vs. Boating Under the Influence: What’s the Difference?

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    As many of you prepare to head out for some fun on the lake this Labor Day weekend, I'd like to take the time to stress the importance being safe and responsible while out boating or participating in other water-related activities. We all know that driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is dangerous, not to mention against the law. However, for many people, the guidelines about boating under the influence are a little less clear. We tend to see boating as much more of a relaxed and recreational activity than driving a car. Drinking a few beers on a boat on a warm day can seem pretty harmless. But before you take out that bottle opener, take a minute to learn a little more about the reality of boating under the influence. Continue reading
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    How a Drug or Alcohol Charge Affects Your Life

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    Whether it's a case of a minor getting caught drinking underage or an adult charged with a DUI or illegal drug use, a drug or alcohol charge can have huge negative consequences on a person's life. As much as we tend to think that such a charge will never happen to us or to our children, it is important to be prepared for the possibility. Underage drinking is an ongoing problem for teens an college students. New and less stringent drug laws in certain states also have made getting caught with marijuana seem less serious. However, getting caught with such a drug in Kansas or Missouri would have much greater consequences than in Colorado, as federal law continues to prohibit the drug. Having a trusted defense attorney just a phone call away is essential in getting the best outcome in these cases. Continue reading
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    Keep Your Teen Driver Safe

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    Summer is the time when many teens begin to learn to drive for the first time. Getting a driver's license is exciting for teens, but often terrifying for parents. Unfortunately, most teens don't understand the full responsibility that driving a vehicle involves. They simple see driving a car as a mode of freedom from their parents. Because teens don't often realize the seriousness with which they should treat driving, teens are at a higher risk for getting into an accident. In fact, teens aged 16-19 are three times more likely to be in a fatal crash than older drivers. Luckily, there are plenty of ways for teen drivers to stay safe behind the wheel. Continue reading
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    What Should I Do if I’m a Passenger in a DUI Arrest?

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    The young adult years are a time for making mistakes. Too often these mistakes result in the need for the assistance of a DUI lawyer. That's always sad, particularly when the person charged with a DUI is a high school student whose life is just beginning. However, the plight of the passenger in a DUI arrest situation is often overlooked. Does a passenger need a DUI lawyer? Continue reading
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    Spring Break Safety

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    Students spend weeks anticipating Spring Break. Unfortunately, Spring Break fun sometimes leads to a DUI. Being charged with a DUI, being a minor in possession or public intoxication can lead to serious consequences. That’s why it’s always best to avoid getting a DUI in the first place. According to MADD,...

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