Kansas DUI Defense Attorney Brian Leininger has handled over 2000 DUI cases and is ready and available to help you with your case. He has been practicing Kansas DUI law every working day since 1991.
In 2001 Brian formed his own law firm and has been defending those accused of DUI and other crimes since that time. As a knowledgeable DUI Attorney, he is a frequent speaker to lawyers' seminars on the defense of DUI cases and other topics. He is licensed in Kansas and Missouri. Even a first DUI conviction in Kansas means mandatory jail time, a high fine, a license suspension and higher insurance rates. Do not trust your case to a lawyer who primarily writes wills or handles divorces and only does a handful of DUI cases a year. Kansas DUI defense is what Brian Leininger does, every day.
Brian began his legal career as a Research Attorney for the Kansas Court of Appeals, where he honed his legal research skills. He moved on to become an Assistant District Attorney in Wyandotte County, Kansas and prosecuted cases ranging from traffic offenses to rapes, robberies and homicides. He was the head of the Traffic Unit for about three years, during which time he reviewed, filed and prosecuted well over 1000 DUI cases. He also served as a part-time city prosecutor for nearly four years. Brian knows the tricks of the prosecutor's trade and can use them to your advantage as an experienced DUI Defense Lawyer in Kansas.
Brian left the D.A.'s office to become General Counsel to the Kansas Highway Patrol. In nearly five years with the Patrol, he trained troopers and other officers around Kansas in the law of DUI and drug cases. Brian took advantage of the opportunity to complete extensive police training. He is certified to administer the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and is trained in the use of the Intoxilyzer 5000 breath testing device. Brian is a graduate of the FBI National Law Institute and is one of only a few DUI lawyers in the United States to have successfully completed the training to become a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE). DREs are the officers called in to investigate when a driver is suspected of driving under the influence of a drug other than alcohol (DUID). If you hire Brian as your DUI Defense Lawyer, you can be fairly assured that your lawyer has had more DUI training than the officer who arrested you.
- National College for DUI Defense
- National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys
- Kansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- Johnson County Bar Association
- Fellow, Johnson County Bar Foundation
- Johnson County Bar Foundation Board of Trustees
- Wyandotte County Bar Association
- Hispanic Bar Association of Greater Kansas City
- NORML Legal Committee