If you are facing a third DWI conviction or worse in Missouri, then you may be facing at least a class D felony that carries the potential of up to four years in prison. You can't afford not to have an attorney willing to build a vigorous and aggressive felony DWI defense.

The Do's And Don'ts Of Strong Felony DWI Defense:

  • We don't start by cutting quick deals with prosecutors.
  • We don't open from a position of weakness.
  • We don't just assume that police officers did their job correctly.
  • We don't back down from the prospect of a jury trial.
  • We don't put your future at risk by trying to make my job easier.
  • We don't leave any stone unturned in crafting a vigorous felony DWI defense.

Backing down from the fight because it's hard doesn't do you any good. You need a lawyer who knows how to win cases:

  • We do attack administrative hearings as well as criminal cases.
  • We do fight to have your record cleared.
  • We do take depositions to lock police officers into their statements.
  • We do demand preliminary hearings and jury trials.
  • We do know how to catch inconsistencies in police statements.
  • We do know what the arresting officer should have done, even if he or she didn't.

The Price Of A Felony

With a felony conviction on your record, you face an uncertain future. You could lose your job, your opportunities, your friends and family, and even your freedom.

This is when you want to call Travis Noble Jr. and schedule a free consultation with a St. Louis felony DWI defense attorney by phone or email to begin discussing your case and how we can help you fight it. Even if it seems hopeless, attorney Noble's experience and success trying cases exactly like yours prove that there are a lot of options in strategizing a felony DWI or repeat DWI defense.

About Missouri Aggravated DWI/DUI Laws

Missouri Section 577.023 defines three types of DWI offenders who are subject to enhanced penalties:

  • Aggravated offender — Conviction for three or more intoxication-related traffic offenses, or conviction for one or more intoxication-related traffic offenses and vehicular homicide, vehicular assault or assault of a police officer
  • Chronic offender — Conviction for four or more intoxication-related traffic offenses or a combination of two or more vehicular homicides, vehicular assaults or assaults on a police officer
  • Persistent offender — Conviction for two or more intoxication-related traffic offenses and one or more vehicular homicides, vehicular assaults or assaults on a police officer

St. Charles, Missouri, Repeat DWI Arrest Defense Attorney

While no attorney can promise you a favorable verdict, what we can do is show you how attorney Noble's 10 years as a police officer and narcotics agent worked for his previous clients. He has seen the ways that arresting officers fail to follow proper procedures in administering field sobriety tests, breath tests and blood tests. As a St. Charles, Missouri, multiple DWI arrest defense lawyer, he can put that knowledge to work for you in your felony DWI defense.

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