Kansas Criminal Laws
The Kansas criminal code covers property crimes, crimes against property, fraud, crimes that threaten public safety (such as DUI), and other categories. FindLaw's Kansas Criminal Laws section explains some of the more important and/or common crimes and crime-related laws in the state, including domestic violence, involuntary manslaughter, and driving under the influence. Here you will also find information about the statute of limitations, or time limits, for prosecutors to file criminal charges against suspects. In addition, this section covers a variety of fraud-related crimes, such as telemarketing fraud and credit card fraud. Click on a link below to learn more about Kansas criminal laws.
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