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in St. Louis County
Shrewsbury Municipal Court
Danielle Brown, Court Administrator
4400 Shrewsbury Ave
St. Louis County, MO 63119
(314) 647-8634 ext 5
Hon. A. Gentry Smith
Court Dates and Docket Dates
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A recent Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District case shows law enforcement or witnesses do not need to observe a driver weaving between lanes or actually crashing to prove a person intoxicated. Instead, it can be a combination of facts … Read the rest
Being physically restrained by an officer and submitting to officer’s authority constitutes an arrest for purposes of determining whether or not a blood alcohol test was legally conducted.
That’s all an appellate court needed to reverse and remand a lower … Read the rest