You should try looking at whether or not Florida would classify a DUI as a 1st degree misdemeanor. Since Kansas has a different classification system finding what the equivalent classification is in Florida might also help you understand. Consult with a Florida attorney to make sure your answer is truthful and accords with their law.
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I am not sure your question can really be answered. In Kansas there is no such thing as a first degree misdemeanor. In Kansas misdemeanors run A, the most serious, B, the middle and C, the least serious. First time dui in Kansas is a Class B misdemeanor.
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A first-time DUI would be classified as a Class B Misdemeanor under Kansas Statute. However if you had a Florida Drivers License at the time of conviction, the Florida DOR will translate that into whatever their comparable statute is. You will need to consult with local counsel in Florida.
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