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.
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.
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:
In Missouri if you are arrested for DWI and you blow over .08%, your license is subject to a 90-day suspension. A restricted license can help you get to and from necessities while you serve your suspension
Let’s imagine a scenario: You are in your car, it’s dark and cold outside. Suddenly you see flashing lights in your rear-view mirror; you pull to the side of the road, fumble for your license and insurance card, turn your radio off, and roll down your window. Officer Farva comes strolling up to greet you with a twisted smirk on ...
Being pulled over after you have had a couple of drinks is a terrifying experience. Possessing knowledge of what the police are trying to get you to admit can go a long way towards giving yourself an opportunity to keep a DWI off your record.