New Kansas DUI Law and Your Driver’s License

On July 1,2011 the Kansas DUI law changed dramatically regarding a Kansas license holder and their ability to drive.   For first time offenders after a 30 day driver’s license suspension the offender can apply for an ignition interlock device to be installed on their vehicle allowing them driving privileges for their employment and other [...]

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Langston Law Blog

Welcome to the Langston Law blog. I will be posting comments and opinions concerning criminal law topics. I encourage your comments and participation in this conversation. In developing this dialogue we can explore topics important to you. During my 18 years dedicated to defending people I have learned communication is one of the most important [...]

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How can the new Kansas DUI law benefit you?

Kansas lawmakers have expanded the utilization of the ignition interlock system for DUI offenders. The new law will enable many drivers to commute to and from work and drive for other necessary purposes. The law will also eliminate the lifetime revocation for a fifth time offender replacing the revocation with a ten year ignition interlock [...]

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The death penalty, deterrent or despicable?

Many criminologists suggest that the death penalty is an effective deterrent to the commission of the most serious crimes. Other experts argue that the “eye for an eye” approach is simply barbaric revenge. In my opinion, the heinous crimes for which the death penalty is authorized are usually committed without a great deal of clear [...]

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