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Erase Your DWI Record!
Making your legal mistakes magically go away is a process called expungement. Expungement is a legal proceeding that allows someone to scrub their criminal record clean if you have ever experienced one of those dreaded "hold my beer" moments. Did you know that records from a D.W.I. arrest, plea or conviction can also be expunged? How is it done? First, you have to wait 10 years from the date of the guilty plea or conviction. Second, you can't have any other additional alcohol-related traffic o... Read More
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A new law took effect in Missouri on August 28, 2017 that will surely save lives.  Under Missouri's new "Good Samaritan" law, anyone who seeks medical attention for a person who is experiencing a drug overdose or is treated for a drug overdose cannot be arrested, charged, prosecuted, or convicted if any evidence of a drug crime was gained as a result of seeking or obtaining medical assistance for a drug overdose. If someone in a good faith effort calls 911 for a drug overdose, the people... Read More
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The first major overhaul of Missouri’s criminal code since the 1970s took effect on January 1, 2017.  One of the more sweeping changes made to Missouri's criminal code is the creation of the new Class D misdemeanor for possessing less than 10 grams of marijuana, which states... "The offense of possession of not more than ten grams of marijuana or any synthetic cannabinoid is a class D misdemeanor. If the defendant has previously been found guilty of any offense of the laws related t... Read More
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First bit of advice:  Don’t drink and drive.  If you have had anything to drink, get a ride. Call a cab. Check out Uber or CarGO.  Take the shoe leather express if you have to. That being said, people make mistakes. No one plans on getting arrested for Driving While Intoxicated. Most of the time, many of our clients who get charged with DWI have never before run afoul of the law. In fact, approximately 80% of those who do get a DWI, never get charged with a second of... Read More
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