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Fifth Missouri DUI

A fifth DUI in Missouri is a serious felony charge. It is classified as a C felony, meaning it carries significant prison time. A trained and experienced Missouri DUI Attorney to avoid jail and minimize the loss of your driving privileges.

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Fourth Missouri DUI

A fourth DUI in Missouri is a felony charge which carries serious consequences for both your freedom and your driver's license. When your freedom is stake, the lawyer you choose could mean avoiding jail and keeping your license. Anthony Bretz can help you protect your rights.

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Third Missouri DUI

A third DUI in Missouri is a felony charge and carries significant consequences. Your freedom is at stake and the lawyer you choose could mean avoiding jail. You need a lawyer who knows how to analyze your driving record and prior DUI history in order to design a proper defense.

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Second Missouri DUI

A second DUI in Missouri carries harsher consequences than a first, and depending on how much time there is between the two charges your outcome could be much worse. This is why hiring an attorney who understands Missouri DUI penalties and relevant law to represent you is extremely important.

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Missouri DUI Penalties

Missouri DUI penalties range from manageable to severe. You not only could spend time in prison but you also have to worry about possible administrative actions the state will take against your license.

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How to get your Felony or Misdemeanor Conviction Expunged in St. Louis County

You went to the job interview and everything went well. They hired you on the spot and had you start filling out the paperwork. Then after a week on the job your boss calls you into his office and says "we've got a problem with the paperwork."

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What to Consider Before Pleading Guilty to a DWI in St. Louis County

People tend to make better decisions when they have better information. This is especially true when you are dealing with a criminal charge. Whether or not you take the prosecutor's deal or fight the charges in court is one of the biggest decisions you could face. Keeping in mind how your decision today could affect your future options will help you choose what is best for you.

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The Importance of Paying your Fines and Court Costs

A DWI arrest, a charge of Possession of Controlled Substance, even a Speeding ticket, will cost you money. An attorney can negotiate a plea deal for you. It is cheaper than going to trial and without the risk of a conviction. Part of that deal though will require you to pay a fine, Court Costs or both within a certain time. Depending on the charge, you will usually have anywhere from 30 days to 120 days to pay these costs.

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How can I get a DWI for Sleeping in a Parked Car?

If you have ever gone out with friends and had too much to drink to drive home, then you probably considered sleeping it off in your car. You pull over into a parking lot, or better yet you never leave the parking lot of the bar you were at and instead turn your car's heater on, lean back in your seat and go to sleep.

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What Happens in a Petition for Review of a Breathalyzer Refusal Revocation?

If you've recently been arrested for a DWI, then you were asked to provide a breath sample by blowing into a Breathalyzer. You may or may not have refused to do so. If you refused to blow, then you could lose your license for up to a year.

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