I got my first in Kansas a few years ago and my second in Missouri. I am in the process of getting Missouri reinstated. So can Kansas suspend it too
Yes 48 states share their DMV information and a suspension from one of the other participating states can suspend your license in the state where you have a license. If this happens you have to work with the state that suspended your license to get a valid license in the state where you have a license.
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It depends. If Kansas receives notice of an out-of-state DUI conviction then your Kansas DL will be suspended. If the Kansas Department of Revenue does not hear about it, or if the suspension is administrative only then your Kansas driving privileges could remain intact. Good luck.
You need to consult with a Kansas attorney that is familiar with the Kansas DMV regulatory scheme, not necessarily a DUI litigator.
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