Drivers in Kansas have long been under the rule of a strict law which made it a crime to refuse to submit to a DUI blood test. This was true even if the person who refused was not accused of any DUI offense. Initial refusal was classified as a misdemeanor, […]
Many juveniles have brushes with the law. Offenses such as underage drinking, drug use or assault can have lasting consequences beyond the immediate penalties. For some, juvenile court records can come back to haunt them years later.
Most people assume that juvenile criminal records are automatically shielded from public view. However, in Kansas, it’s more complicated than that. The only way to truly put your past behind you is to request an expungement.