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.
Sobriety checkpoints are legal in Kansas (see 673 P.2d 1174 (Kan. 1983)). These checkpoints (also referred to as "mobile checkpoints" or "roadblocks") are police traffic stops that are not tied to any specific or individual suspicions.