Kansas Lawmakers Consider Reducing the Waiting Period to Expunge a DUI

December 17, 2014

Kansas lawmakers have proposed a bill that would reduce the amount of time before you are eligible to expunge a DUI from your criminal record. Currently, Kansas law requires a person to wait 10 years to expunge a DUI arrest or conviction. However, House Bill 2662 would cut that time in half, requiring only a […]

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Defending allegations of electronic solicitation of a minor

October 12, 2014

Local police and FBI agents routinely conduct “sting” operations online. They create fake profiles to present themselves as teenage girls and troll chat rooms in search of men who will eventually discuss the possibility of meeting in person for sex. The operations resemble those featured on Dateline’s “To Catch a Predator” series. However, as police […]

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“No big deal:” the real consequences of dealing marijuana in Lawrence

September 7, 2014

Since the legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington, a new dialogue has begun across the country concerning the drug still recognized as an illegal substance in Kansas. Many have adopted a nonchalant attitude about marijuana, thinking that if it’s legal in some states it must be no big deal. But phrases like “it’s only […]

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TGIF to DUI: Stay Safe While out on the Town

June 27, 2014

When the weekend approaches, many people make plans to hit the town, saying “TGIF.” However, if they’re not careful, they could end their nights with another acronym: DUI. Since Jan. 1, 287 Operating Under the Influence charges have been filed at the Lawrence municipal court, court manager Vicki Stanwix said. At the Douglas County District […]

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PCC Board of Trustees: Attorney Answers Questions About Rodeo Beer Gardens

June 19, 2014

Adding a beer garden to the activities associated with the Pratt Community College Rodeo drew lots of questions at the PCC Trustees meeting Monday night. The rodeo loses money every year and the college is seeking additional activities that would increase revenues and a beer garden is one of the activities under consideration. Attorney Jess […]

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Iraq War vet avoids prison for Newton DUI death

March 28, 2014

An Iraq War veteran avoided more than five years in prison for driving drunk and causing a deadly crash. Instead, Brian Reed, a former member of the Army National Guard, will spend 60 days in jail and serve three years probation for killing 28 year-old Jesse Stroup. Harvey County District Court Judge Joe Dickinson approved […]

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