A first DUI conviction in Kansas results in both criminal (fines and possible jail time) and administrative penalties (license suspension). Read about the specifics of the consequences you'll face for a first-offense DUI conviction.
A third DUI conviction is usually a class A non-person misdemeanor in Kansas. Third-time offenders are generally looking at several months in jail, a fine, probation, and license suspension. Read about the specific penalties you'll face for a third conviction.