DWI Arrest

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  • Every year PulledOver.com helps people in St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson County and all over Missouri with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charges.

    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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    If you have been arrested for DWI in St. Louis or anywhere in Missouri, you need to talk to a DWI lawyer ASAP. Let us help. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Minor in Possession (MIP)

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  • PulledOver.com defends hundreds of people charged with Minor In Possesion (MIP) each year.

    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.

  • No obligation. Free consultation for MIP “Abuse & Lose” Defense.

    Have you been arrested for MIP (Minor in Possession) in Missouri? You’re not alone. Every year, we help minors and their families protect their records and their driving privileges. We can help. Contact us.

Traffic Tickets

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  • Got a speeding ticket or traffic ticket in Missouri? No problem.

    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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    With our Missouri speeding ticket services starting at just $49, the convenience and service PulledOver.com offers can’t be beat. From speeding and moving violations, to more complex cases like DWI, our customers return again and again for our great prices and service.

Up with smoke: Proposed Bill reduces penalty for marijuana possession

The Missouri House Special Committee on Criminal Justice voted 7-0 to approve legislation that would decriminalize small amounts of marijuana.  The bill proposes to reduce the penalty for marijuana possession of less than 36 grams from a felony to a … Read the rest

Proposed bill attempts to curtail expired tags, plates

A great article recently in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch talked about the problem in the City of St. Louis with drivers continuing to drive with expired temporary tags and license plates. 

Anecdotally, the problem appears to be growing in the … Read the rest

Appellate Decision goes to State in DWI conviction case

Here is a win for the State/Law Enforcement against a DWI defendant.  The defendant admitted to law enforcement officers that he was intoxicated when he was arrested and that he was driving his truck at the time of the accident.  … Read the rest