If you are arrested for Driving Under the Influence in Kansas, your driver’s license will be confiscated and you’ll be issued a 30-day driving permit. Your permit will also give you instructions about the hearing process and how to apply. You have 14 days to request an administrative hearing to contest the suspension of your license. You must timely file your request or your license will automatically be suspended.
Depending on whether you blew or refused, what your BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) is, and whether it’s your first time, you’ll receive a suspension ranging from 30 days to one year, followed by a restricted period in which you’ll need an ignition interlock device in your vehicle.