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Why might police think a driver is drunk?

Police officers will be watching the roads closely throughout the holiday season. They want to ensure that they don’t allow impaired drivers on the roads, but this could mean that they pull over people who haven’t been drinking.  Police officers need to have...

The financial impact of a DWI conviction

When you are convicted of driving while intoxicated, your freedom is not the only thing on the line. Your finances, too, can be affected by a DWI conviction in several ways. It is an often-overlooked consequence since people tend to focus more on other drunk driving...

Not your first DWI? Here’s what to expect in Missouri

Driving while intoxicated is a serious offense. Missouri imposes both criminal and administrative penalties on those who drive while drunk, because their actions put themselves and others at risk of serious harm or death. Criminally, the laws in the state allow the...

What is “chemical revocation” in Missouri?

All states have “implied consent” laws that stipulate that by having a driver’s license, you consent to taking a chemical test to determine whether you’re impaired by alcohol and/or drugs if a law enforcement officer stops you. Often, this is a Breathalyzer-type test...