CDL Ticket in Kansas!
In Kansas, commercial driver’s license (CDL) holders can receive tickets for a variety of violations, including speeding, driving under the influence (DUI), and driving without a valid CDL. The consequences of receiving a CDL ticket in Kansas can be severe, as CDL holders are held to a higher standard than non-commercial drivers.
For example, a first offense for driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.04% or higher can result in a one-year disqualification of the CDL. A second offense can result in a lifetime disqualification.
If you receive a CDL ticket in Kansas, it’s important to take it seriously and consider consulting with an attorney who is experienced in handling CDL cases.
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