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Consequences of a Felony DUI Offense

While DUI offenses in Kansas are serious from the very first, there is no doubt that the consequences and severity is only compounded with each following one. If you have previously been charged with two DUIs and are charged with a third, you will no longer be facing a misdemeanor. Instead, for the first DUI and on, the crime is considered a felony and will be tried as such. Taken out of a municipal court, the trial will be seen at a district court on a state level. Here, prosecution will be aggressive and ruthless - the penalties exponentially more severe.

If you are successfully convicted of a felony DUI in Johnson County, you will likely have a difficult time keeping your job or finding new employment in the future. The criminal record will cripple you for life, hindering you in almost every decision you can imagine, from attempting to secure a loan to furthering your education. Punishment will also be considerably harsher, with the possibility of fines ranging from $1,500 to $2,500, imprisonment from 90 days up to a year, and the possibility of your driving privileges being permanently revoked (if you reach five or more offenses). If you are facing consequences such as this, do not waste any time; you need the legal assistance of an Olathe criminal attorney as quickly as you can.

Aggressive Attorney for Felony DUI Charges in Olathe

If you are currently in need of tenacious legal defense, I, attorney John Harvell, may be able to help. I have seen the consequences that felony DUI charges can have on the lives of those who are forced to face them, and I am completely dedicated to offering my clients the full benefit of my years of experience. I have witnessed these cases as a prosecutor and a defense attorney, and am therefore uniquely prepared to defend you. In cases such as this, there are many different aspects that a prosecutor I will be able to utilize for a successful outcome, everything from the in-car police DVD video to breath and blood tests. You can be confident that if you choose to secure my assistance that I will leave no stone unturned in pursuit of your desired result.

Don't wait! Contact an Olathe felony DUI lawyer to begin combating your charges today.

Why Choose John Harvell

  • Nearly 30 years representing clients throughout Kansas

  • Former prosecutor, understanding both sides of the courtoom

  • Highly knowledgeable regarding all major updates to Kansas DUI laws

  • Build compelling defense strategies that more effectively protect my clients' rights

Client Testimonials

  • “This is such a relief. You rock John.”

    RK

  • “After I hired Mr. Harvell, he contacted my witnesses and convinced the prosecution that charges should be dismissed.”

    MM

  • “I am from a foreign country and was facing deportation. This was a very important result.”

    CK

  • “gave me time to come up with the money and got all the cases off my record.”

    RD

  • “I am very glad that we went to him with our troubles and would go to him again if we needed to.”

    TB

  • “He set up a plan of action which truly saved not just me but my whole family from hardship.”

    AW

  • “Mr. Harvell filed a Motion to Suppress because of an illegal car search. Prior to trial, the charges were dismissed.”

    TC

  • “I was able to follow his recommendations and get Diversion instead of a potential misdemeanor or felony.”

    DD

  • “He keeps his promises/commitments, and will do everything he can for you.”

    MF

  • “The whole case was seen one sided but John luckily fight for my side and got me the outcome that was fair.”

    DE

  • “Both the driver's license suspension was dismissed and found not guilty DUI.”

    AL

  • “Thank you for listening to me, my Mom and Sister”

    JP

  • “Mr. Harvell and I worked closely together and created a successful defense on both the driver's license suspension and the DUI charge.”

    DC

  • “My husband walked away with a small misdemeanor, and able to come back home.”

    CGR

  • “My work requires a security clearance, and it was very important that I did not receive a conviction for this matter.”

    AT

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