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What should I say and do on first appearance in DUI Court on a DUI/DWI/Impaired Driving charge in Kansas? Is it necessary to mention if I am pleading guilty or not guilty to the DUI? How does someone get disclosure in a drunk driving matter ? How do I get emergency DUI DWI help on first appearance? What is it like to appear in impaired driving Court? What clothing is appropriate in DUI Court? How long will I have to wait? Should I wait until my name is called or should I speak to the Crown Attorney or District Attorney right away? What information should I gather about my DUI before I speak to the DWI DUI Attorney?
It is best to contact an attorney well in advance of your first appearance as there are strict time limits for requesting a hearing regarding your driving privileges (10 days after the arrest in Kansas).
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Contact an attorney immediately. In Kansas, a driver only has 10 days to request a hearing regarding his driving privileges. In Missouri, 15 days are afforded.
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