LAW OFFICES

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RANDY R. McCALLA

Johnson County DUI Attorney

If you have been arrested or charged with driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, or other drug possession offenses, the consequences of conviction may be serious, including jail time, loss of driving privileges, loss of student aid, and loss of a professional license. It is important to consult with a lawyer before making any statement to law enforcement officers or investigators.

Kansas City criminal defense attorney Randy R. McCalla, P.A. has 20 years of experience representing clients accused of driving under the influence, possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia, and other criminal charges. If you would like to speak with Mr. McCalla, contact our Olathe law office and make arrangements for a free consultation.

In the State of Kansas, after receiving a charge of driving under the influence and being served with notice of possible suspension of driving privileges, you have 14 days to request an administrative hearing or face an automatic suspension of your driving privileges for a period of 45 days to a lifetime ban depending on your prior history. If you are under 21 years of age, you are facing an automatic suspension of your driving privileges for at least 1 year. It is important you contact the Law Offices of Randy R. McCalla immediately to protect your driving privileges if your have been arrested for driving under the influence.

If you have been charged with DUI, it is important that any breathalyzer test or sobriety test was properly administered. If you were charged with possession of marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine or other controlled substances, I will examine the record for evidence of an illegal search and seizure that renders the evidence inadmissible.

If you are convicted of charges for DUI / DWI or possession of narcotics, I will work with the court to arrange sentencing options which are most favorable, including negotiating for treatment and probation as opposed to incarceration.

If you are a minor charged with teen alcohol use or a drug offense, it is important your attorney understands the difference between adult and juvenile court. Randy McCalla has extensive experience in the juvenile justice system. He also represents clients against a full range of criminal charges, and represents parents, grandparents, foster parents, and other concerned family members in Child in Need of Care matters.