In Kansas, there are multiple ways to be legally considered a drunk driver. A drunk driving charge may be based on being over the legal limit for alcohol, or it could be based on a driver being unable to drive a vehicle in a safe manner because of alcohol consumption.
If you have recently lost your job, you are likely worried about your future financial security. Any savings that you have will be whittling away quickly, and you may be relying on financial support from family and friends.
If you have been accused of shoplifting, the charges you face will depend on the state in which the alleged act occurred. In Missouri, shoplifting is not treated as a specific crime. Rather, it is charged as a type of theft.
Alcohol and driving don’t mix well. In 2017, the Kansas Department of Transportation reported 1,993 alcohol-related crashes. Eighty-one of those were fatal, and the majority of the drivers were college-aged men.