WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas drivers can no longer be charged with a crime for refusing a field sobriety test under a new state law. The Wichita Eagle reported that a change in state law that took effect Monday means police can't ticket suspected drivers for not taking the test, but refusal to comply comes with a yearlong license suspension - the same as the longest suspension for failing a breathalyzer or blood test.
Tuesday, July 02, 2019
Refusing DUI Tests: Researching Local Laws Tougher Than Just Using Taxi Apps
In Missouri, getting a license back after "Chemical Revocation" is tougher than it looks. Check the new laws in Kansas or just download Uber, Lyft or Ztrip and stop bothering everybody with your liver damage life journey: