Receiving a hunting violation is stressful enough. Finding and hiring the right attorney to handle your hunting or fishing ticket should be an easy decision.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism Commission has set the big game seasons for the coming fall and winter of 2017/2018. Elk, Deer, and Antelope season dates have now been officially set and resident hunters can begin to plan their hunts. Non-resident hunters can now begin to plan for which permits they will be applying for during the application process April 1-28.
Do I need a Kansas Hunting Violation Attorney? If you are charged with a big game or deer hunting violation in Kansas, the fines for poaching deer can quickly become a staggering amount, especially for poaching a trophy deer. Before paying any deer poaching fines or pleading guilty to charges of illegally killing big game in Kansas, you should consult with an attorney to understand your rights and defenses.