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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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Driver needs to subpoena arresting officer in order to cross examine

Man argues in his DWI license revocation case that his request to speak first with his attorney should not have been considered by an officer to be a refusal to submit to a chemical test.

In this Western District of … Read the rest

Probable cause is a fluid concept

The Eastern District of Missouri Court of Appeals ruled that absence of some signs of intoxication does not negate the presence of other evidence of intoxication, and innocent explanations for a driver’s behavior do not negate the facts that establish … Read the rest

Approaching police when drunk can get you a DWI

Recent case from the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, holds that consensual contact with police can result in arrest and although a portable breath test (PBT) may not get used for proof of blood alcohol content (BAC) it can … Read the rest