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What is a Class B Misdemeanor DWI in Missouri?

What is a Class B Misdemeanor DWI in Missouri?

In Missouri, when you commit a first-time DWI, you will be charged with a class B misdemeanor case. The penalties vary depending on the severity of your case. You can face up to a maximum of 6 months in county jail. But in Missouri, jail time is highly unlikely for a...

Can Felony Drug Charges Be Dropped?

Can Felony Drug Charges Be Dropped?

Having a criminal record can haunt you for life. Perhaps it is littered with instances of mistakes made in your youth. Maybe you were in the wrong place at the wrong time. It could consist of a single accident you couldn't be bothered to fight in court. Regardless,...

When Is a DWI a Felony in Missouri?

When Is a DWI a Felony in Missouri?

Driving under the influence (DUI) in the State of Missouri is referred to as driving while intoxicated (DWI), and it’s considered a serious offense that carries severe penalties. The statute defines driving while intoxicated as driving with excessive blood alcohol...

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