Getting arrested for any reason can be one of the most stressful moments of your life, especially if it’s your first “brush” with the law. Most of us have no intention of being arrested, but it does happen. For this reason, it’s essential to understand your rights during this time so that’ll you be prepared should you ever find yourself in this position. From the “right to remain silent” to how long law enforcement agents can detain you and other critical information, this article seeks to explain information about getting arrested in Missouri that may not be common knowledge while focusing mainly on DUI or DWI related arrests from start to finish. This information should not be used in place of legal advice from a licensed criminal attorney.
The first and possibly most important thing everyone should know once they have been arrested by police is that you have the right to consult with a DUI attorney in Springfield before speaking with a law enforcement officer. If you or a loved one has been arrested contact DWI Springfield, immediately. We will are here to help.
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Charged with a DWI in Springfield? Not sure what to do? We can help.
As experienced DWI defense attorneys in Springfield, we have been defending people over the years and helping them to win their cases. As such, we have found over the years that there are a few “tried and true” defense strategies that help most people win their case. It is important to note, that every case that comes through our doors is unique, just like our clients. There is no one size fits all formula to win a DWI case. Continue reading “The Best Defense Against a DWI in Springfield, MO”
Three articles will be discussed in this post describing the effects of driving while intoxicated in people’s lives. No matter where you are on the pathway of life, driving while intoxicated may have lifelong consequences that can affect your livelihood, your family, and other relationships. Any driving while intoxicated charge is serious, even if it is your first offense. These offenses attach to your record and can cause you troubles down the road. It does not matter the age of the individual. Driving while intoxicated can affect anybody’s life at any age. Continue reading “How Driving While Intoxicated Can Affect Your Life”
What is felony driving under the influence?
Sirens blaring, lights flashing, you are pulled over for driving under the influence (DUI). You are worried that the DUI might be a felony, but you are not sure what the divider line is between a felony and a misdemeanor. This post explain what constitutes a felony DUI. In most instances a DUI is a misdemeanor, but there are rare times that it will be a felony. Continue reading “Felony DUI: Knowing When DUI is a Felony”