DWI Arrest

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    Led by DWI lawyer W. M. Smalley, 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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Appellate Court rules on breathalyzer certification check

A recent Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District decision reversed and remanded the lower court by holding that a trial court erred in excluding the test result from evidence because the Director of Revenue laid a proper foundation for its … Read the rest

A $3.00 court fee applied to traffic tickets now under scrutiny

A $3.00 court fee charged to municipal court tickets that funds sheriff’s pensions is under scrutiny in Missouri.

Missouri’s municipal courts began in 2014 to charge a $3.00 court fee to defendants to help fund the Sheriffs’ Retirement Fund. However, … Read the rest

Mo. looking to educate drivers on how to interact with police

To avoid violent and sometimes deadly encounters between drivers and the police, the Missouri legislature is proposing bills that would help educate both motorists and the police on proper conduct.

The state of Illinois recently passed a bill that sets Read the rest