DWI Arrest

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    Led by DWI lawyer W. M. Thornburg, the drunk-driving defense attorneys at PulledOver.com are experienced criminal lawyers who successfully fight DWI convictions in and around St. Louis. Contact us today, and let’s get started.

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Minor in Possession (MIP)

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    Our attorneys defend minors charged with MIP, DWI, possession of marijuana (or other controlled substance) or having a fake ID on the criminal charges and to prevent driver license suspension / revocation under the Missouri “Abuse and Lose” law.

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Traffic Tickets

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    Every day, we help Missourians who have speeding and traffic tickets. Our lawyers are professional, know the Missouri courts and can fix your ticket problems.

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New Missouri law bans traffic quotas, changes use-of-force laws

Missouri’s Governor Jay Nixon signed a new crime related bill that updates youth sentencing laws, changes use-of-force statutes, and bans traffic ticket quotas.

Changes will go into effect in 2018 and also make it easier to seal conviction records for … Read the rest

High Court ruling forces police to get warrant for BAC tests

States that made it a crime for drivers suspected of drunken driving to refuse alcohol tests now will find it more difficult to obtain evidence in some circumstances.

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that police must get a search warrant Read the rest

Missouri Legislature trying to stop ticket quotas

In May, the Missouri Legislature passed a law banning law enforcement agencies from setting quotas for traffic citations. The Bill is currently awaiting signature from Governor Nixon. The Bill was sponsored by Senate Republican Eric Schmitt from Glendale. He indicated Read the rest