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Depression and COVID-19

  • March 24, 2020

Depression is a disease. It is real. It is scary for all involved including families, spouses, children, friends, and those suffering from depression. All too often individuals suffering from depression try to fight it alone or ignore the signs. Please st...

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Kansas Law Changes to Ignition Interlock Devices

  • January 13, 2020

The state of Kansas published a new amendment to regulation 92-56-2, requiring every ignition interlock device include a camera to identify the person breathing into the machine. The changes took place on January 8, 2020. An ignition interlock device is a...

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Alcohol Detecting Devices

  • November 25, 2019

There is a large amount of pressure being applied on our congress that would require all new vehicles sold in the United States to have alcohol-detecting devices. It is the hope that these devices will stop drunk drivers before they get on the road. These...

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Implied Consent Advisories

  • June 18, 2019

Kansas law requires that any law enforcement officer requesting a chemical test to determine if someone is under the influence of drugs, alcohol or both read testing notices. These were formerly known as implied consent advisories. On July 1, 2019, the te...

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Drinking, Driving & the Holiday Season

  • November 6, 2017

Drinking, Driving & the Holiday Season The holiday season is again upon us which means drinking and driving becomes more prevalent. Each year, I give many presentations and write articles reminding people that the only way to avoid a DUI is to not dri...

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