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Defense For A Damaging DUI Arrest

If you have been arrested for DUI, you only have 14 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing to save your driver's license. Contact my office in Overland Park now at 913-826-6229 so I can take the steps necessary to save your driver's license at an administrative hearing.

At the Law Office of James M. Brun, LLC, I make it my job to help you if you are over 21 years of age and have been arrested for DUI in Kansas. Clients come to me because they are looking for an aggressive attorney who will stand with them during this difficult time and fight to protect their rights.

I know how to fight. As a lawyer, I have fought cases all the way to trial on behalf of my clients.

You can depend on me to understand not only DUI law, but also many of the local practices that can affect your case. This means that I understand a number of different ways to defend you.

Investigating Your DUI Case

DUI is not always a matter of either guilty or not guilty. I investigate your case for myself to gain access to the evidence that the state will bring against you. I work to challenge this evidence wherever possible in order to get your case dismissed.

This process often means attacking the sobriety tests themselves, including Breathalyzers. I challenge not only the results, but also how the results were gained, who administered the tests and whether the tests were even properly administered. Further, I will look at whether the police were even justified in pulling you over in the first place.

Above Legal Limit Of .08? Our DUI Counselor Can Represent You.

Get a free consultation to discuss a strategy that can help you at this uncertain time. Call 913-826-6229 or request an appointment via our easy email form today.

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