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Driver license suspension


If you cannot drive due to a suspension, revocation, or denial of your driving privileges, we can help you apply for an immediate temporary driving license, while we work through the complicated legal system to try completely restore your driving privileges . Let us fight on your behalf, and keep you on the road!


In both Kansas and Missouri you could be facing significant fines, jail time, and loss of your license. Let Jungle Law seek your options to get your license reinstated, or clear pending tickets to avoid a conviction.



If you are convicted in a Kansas municipal or district court you could face the following penalties: 

  • 1st offense - Class B misdemeanor

    • Six (6) months in the County Jail

    • $1,000.00 fine 

    • Automatic suspension of your license.

  • 2nd offense - Class A misdemeanor

    • One (1) year in the County jail and a

    • fine up to $2,500.00.

    • Minimum of five (5) days 

  • 3rd offense - Class A misdemeanor

    • One (1) year in the County jail

    • Fine of up to $2,500.00.

      • In Kansas the law mandates that on a third (3rd) or subsequent conviction you must sentenced to at least ninety (90) days of imprisonment in the County jail. In certain instances you will also be required to pay a fine of at least $1,500.00.


If you are convicted in a Missouri municipal or circuit court you could face the following potential penalties: 

  • 1st offense - Misdemeanor 

    • Fine of $300.00.

    • Twelve (12) point violation

    • Automatic license revocation of one (1) year.

  • 2nd and 3rd offense -  Misdemeanor

    • One(1) year in Jail

    • Fine of up to $1,000.00

    • Automatic revocations 

    • Prosecutor discretion to charge a 3rd offense as a felony 

  • Driving While Suspended (4th or subsequent offense) depending on how many convictions occurred in the preceding ten (10) years this may be classified as a felony level offense. Missouri also employs an enhancement in penalties if you are considered a repeat offender. A repeat offender can expect to face substantial fines, and even up to four (4) years imprisonment.


This is why you need an experienced Traffic Attorney from Jungle Law working for you.  Call 1-833-4-JUNGLE today!


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