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If you have been cited with speeding in St. Louis, St. Charles, or Jefferson County Missouri, an experienced St. Louis speeding ticket lawyer can keep you from getting any points on your license, help keep your fines as low as possible, and can keep you from paying increased insurance premiums.

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Sometimes it isn’t obvious as to whether or not an automobile accident needs to be reported. As a general rule, any accident that causes actual damage of any kind should be reported.

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A DWI is a very serious criminal charge, even on the first offense. The criminal consequences of even a Misdemeanor DWI conviction can cause people to lose their jobs, professional licenses, and can result in time in jail or prison.

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As a DWI Lawyer in St. Louis and the surrounding counties, I have represented people charged with DWI offenses under several different circumstances. While it is true that no two cases are the same, there are several common mistakes that I see my clients make during almost every DWI investigation and subsequent arrest.

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In Missouri, if you are charged with a DWI you might be required to complete SATOP. Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program (SATOP) is a program designed to educate and treat people with alcohol and other dependency issues.

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In Missouri, if you are arrested for DWI and are asked to blow there are some serious consequences for blowing over .08% BAC. These consequences range from a 90-day suspension, to a lifetime ban, depending on several factors.

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As a DWI attorney in St. Louis, I am often asked whether or not a blow device will have to be put in your car. Ignition interlock is the device you blow into, and whether or not you will be required to have one depends on a few things:

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