DUI Defense: 'Accused' Does Not Mean 'Convicted'
DUI accusations are some of the most aggressively prosecuted criminal charges in Kansas. Most people who are accused of driving under the influence are otherwise good, law-abiding people, but many of our clients feel as though the system treats them like hardened criminals. Under Kansas law, a person who is convicted of a DUI is required to be given a minimum sentence and, depending on past charges, this will result in a misdemeanor or felony permanently on the person's record.
Do not make the mistake of thinking your DUI charge is a simple traffic infraction. Your DUI charge is a criminal accusation that may result in prison time. If you try to face down a DUI charge without an attorney, you risk the strong likelihood of being railroaded by a complex set of criminal procedures with which you are likely unfamiliar.
Just because you were charged with a DUI does not mean you will be convicted of a DUI. At Mack & Associates LLC, our experienced attorneys will assert a range of tactics to defend you against a DUI conviction.