Brian L Leininger
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Brian L Leininger

Leininger Law Offices

6900 College Blvd.
Suite 525
Overland Park, KS 66211

Phone: 913-648-7070

Website: https://www.kansas-dui-lawyer.com

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About Brian L Leininger

Brian Leininger defends those accused of DUI, driving under the influence of drugs (DUID), and DUI-related batteries and homicides. He was formerly General Counsel to the Kansas Highway Patrol and a state and municipal prosecutor. Brian is certified to administer the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and as an SFST Instructor. He is a trained operator of the Intoxilyzer and is the only defense lawyer in Kansas, and one of few in the world, to have completed training as a Drug Recognition Expert, which is the police training used to detect DUID drivers. Brian is a frequent local and national lecturer on DUI and DUID and has been named to the Super Lawyers list every year since 2008.


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