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Taking Prescription Drugs? Be Careful of DWI!

Driving while intoxicated (DWI) is commonly thought of as a charge a driver can get after they have consumed alcohol before driving. Did you know that you can be charged with DWI even if you have not ...
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5 Ways to Challenge a DWI

In 2013, over 34,000 people were arrested for suspicion of driving while intoxicate (DWI) in Missouri. In addition, 7,000 of those 34,000 were either placed on probation, parole or received prison ...
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Boating While Intoxicated (BWI) Charges

Each state has specific rules regarding the legality of drinking while boating. In the state of Missouri, you are legally allowed to drink alcohol while on board a boat or water vessel. However, if ...
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Scope of Operation for a Limited Driving Privilege (LDP)

While the main purpose of obtaining a limited driving privilege is to allow a person to drive to and from work, Section 302.309.3(2) RSMo broadens the privilege to drive. Under the statute, limited ...
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Refusing an Alcohol Breath Test in St. Louis

The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and the St. Louis Circuit Attorney have instituted a " No Refusal " policy in the City of St. Louis. Under this policy, a driver who has been ...
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Effect Of a DWI on CDL Holder's Noncommercial License

The world of the CDL holder is vastly different than a noncommercial driver. In 1986, Congress passed the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act (CMVSA) requiring states to adopt federally mandated ...
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Amending a DWI to a Lesser Offense

A vast majority of DWI's in Missouri are disposed of through plead negotiations with the prosecuting attorney. In some cases, the prosecutor may be willing to amend the DWI charge to a lesser ...
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