Kansas City Driving While Suspended Lawyer | Kansas and Missouri Traffic Attorneys

Serving Clients throughout Missouri & Kansas

The Kane Law Office represents clients in and around the Kansas City Metro Area, in both Missouri and Kansas.

We serve the Missouri communities of Kansas City, Independence, Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs, Liberty, Raytown, Gladstone, Grandview, Belton, Platte City, Raymore, Grain Valley, Excelsior Springs, the counties of Jackson, Clay, Platte, Cass, Clinton, and Lafayette.  We also assist with Fine Collection Center tickets in and around the Kansas City area, including  Jackson County, Platte County, Clay County, Lafayette County various other Circuit Courts as well as with Fine Collection Center tickets throughout Missouri.

We also serve the Kansas communities of Kansas City, Overland Park, Olathe, Leavenworth, Shawnee, Lenexa, Leawood, Prairie Village, Gardner, Ottawa, Lansing, Merriam, Mission, Roeland Park, Fairway, Mission Hills, and the counties of Johnson, Wyandotte, Leavenworth, Franklin, Linn, and Miami.

Our Kansas City Traffic Attorneys Can Help!

Our Kansas and Missouri traffic ticket lawyers have significant experience assisting clients with their driving while suspended charges, helping clients stay out of jail, keep their license, or obtain reinstatement of their license.   In most cases, we are successful in getting clients’ driving while suspended charges amended, reduced, or dismissed so that it does not further affect their driving record.

If you have received a driving while suspended in Kansas or Missouri because of an excessive points violations or moving violations, failure to appear on a previous charge, resulting from a DUI/DWI, or from other various issues, contact the traffic and driving while suspended lawyers at kcticketlaw for our assistance.  We are licensed in both Missouri and Kansas.

Driving while suspended in Kansas or Missouri?

Our Kansas City based driving while suspended lawyer is here to assist if your license has been revoked or suspended and you have been issued a driving while suspended (“DWS”) or driving while revoked (“DWR”) ticket in the Kansas City area.  If you have received a DWS or DWR in Missouri or Kansas, contact our Kansas City traffic ticket attorneys today!  We are also here to help you with reinstatement of your driver’s license, and can also help clients with obtaining hardship licenses, set-asides, and other options allowing you to drive.

There are very severe consequences associated with receiving a Driving While Suspended (“DWS”) or Driving While Revoked (“DWR”) traffic ticket.  In addition to large fines, jail time and further license suspensions are possible.

  • In Kansas, a DWS/DWR conviction carries a  mandatory minimum jail sentence of 5  days, and your license can be suspended for an additional 90 days or more.  Kansas does not have a hardship privilege or limited drivers license available in such instances.
  • In Missouri, the DOR will suspend your license for 12 months.  You can also be incarcerated if you are convicted of DWS/DWR.

Obtaining Our Representation for DWS

Contact us. Because every circuit court, district court, and municipal court in the Kansas City utilizes different procedures (including their applicable fines, court costs, as well as their willingness to enter into plea agreements or diversions), our Kansas City driving while suspended lawyers need to obtain additional information about your driving while suspended or driving while revoked charges, as well as the reasons for your license suspension or revocation.  You can provide us with this information via our Free Estimate Form, via email, or by calling our office at (816) 229-2708.

Discuss your case.  Our traffic lawyers will then speak with you or will contact you back regarding: (1) the specific charges against you; (2) an overview of the process of examining and addressing your DWR/DWS charge; and (3) the amount of our attorney fees; and (4) further information and the process of addressing your DWR/DWS charge .  The potential for jail, potential for an amendment or reduction, fine amounts, court costs, and attorney fees vary based on the individual jurisdiction, the severity of the charge, your driving record, and various other factors.

Payment. Once we agree on representation, we have a variety of payment options.  You can pay via credit card (either over the phone or using our credit card payment link at the bottom of the page) or cash (in person only).  For most driving while suspended or driving while revoked charges, we request that you make an up front payment of our attorney fee, with any court costs, fines, and other payments due and payable by you to directly to the Court once your case is addressed and a disposition is entered.

Obtain your driving record.  In order to allow us address your driving while suspended or driving while revoked charges, it is necessary for you to obtain a copy of your driving record (we can also do this for you at an hourly rate) to show us the status of your license.  This is necessary so that we can determine the best course of action to address your specific case, the cause of your suspension, and if possible, the best way to obtain a reinstatement of your driver’s license, keep you out of jail, and ensure that your fines and court costs are as low as possible.

We Represent You.  My office will then confirm our engagement regarding your case, and will provide you with a receipt for your payment to our office.  We will then work with the Prosecutor or District Attorney review your case, and attempt to arrange a plea, diversion, reduction in charges, or other agreement to resolve your case with the best possible outcome.

FREE Estimate Form

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    Your Ticket Number

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    Date of Violation

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    Reason Ticketed (please be specific; i.e. 55 in a 45 mph zone, school zone, construction zone, accident, stop sign violation, driving while suspended, etc.)

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