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Alcohol and An ATV Leads to Injuries and Maybe a Felony DUI in St. Louis County

On May 22, 2020, in southern St. Louis County two passengers received injuries after the ATV they were on crashed. The driver had allegedly been driving while under the influence of alcohol.

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Charged with A Felony What Happens Now? – Part Four

This is Part Four of an ongoing series of Blog Posts, Charged with a Felony What Happens Now? You can find Part One here, Part Two here, and Part Three here.

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How a DUI Charge Proceeds in St. Louis County

St. Louis County Circuit Court handles all felony DUI charges and many of the misdemeanor DUI charges that are filed after an arrest within the boundary of St. Louis County. The Court is situated in Clayton, Missouri. Clayton is the seat of St. Louis County and is home to not only the Circuit Court but the headquarters for the St. Louis County Police Department.

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What Is An SIS?

In representing clients in criminal cases in Missouri, some cases go before a jury while others are resolved either with what's called "motion practice", or through a negotiated plea agreement, otherwise known as a plea deal. Motion practice deals with researching, writing and filing motions in court asking, among other things, for certain evidence to be suppressed in the hopes that ultimately the case will be dismissed early on.

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How a Felony Drug Charge Proceeds in St. Louis County

With just under a million people St. Louis County is the largest county in Missouri, having its seat in the city of Clayton. Many people who live in surrounding counties are employed by many of the major corporations with offices in St. Louis County, or in St. Louis City. Being a major center of Missouri's population, a lot of economic activity flocks to this region.

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Charged with A Felony What Happens Now? – Part Three

This is Part Three of an ongoing series of Blog Posts, Charged with a Felony What Happens Now? You can find Part One here and Part Two here.

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What Does Covid-19 Mean for My Criminal Case in St. Louis County?

While we are all told to stay-at-home and exercise Social Distancing, many people who are in the middle of a criminal case in St. Louis County, Missouri, are wondering what COVID-19 means for their case. If this describes you, please read on for answers.

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Employees’ Medical Privacy Rights in St. Louis County During Covid-19

With local governments discussing plans for a phased end to the stay-at-home orders, many employees will be returning to businesses in St. Louis County, Missouri. Many of you may be wondering what to expect when you return to work and what privacy rights to your medical condition do you have during the COVID-19 Pandemic?

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Charged with A Felony What Happens Now? – Part Two

This is Part Two of an ongoing series of Blog Posts, Charged with a Felony What Happens Now? You can find Part One here.

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Charged with A Felony What Happens Now? – Part One

This is Part One of an ongoing series of Blog Posts, Charged with a Felony What Happens Now? Each part will tackle a different aspect of a felony criminal case from arrest and complaint to sentencing.

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