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What is implied consent?

If a driver is pulled over in Missouri, they may need to submit to tests to determine if they are under the influence of alcohol. While a driver has the right to refuse to submit to the tests, there may be automatic consequences for doing so. This is because most states have implied consent laws, which means that drivers have already given their permission to be tested.

Can I refuse a Breathalyzer test?

Missouri police officers who suspect a driver is intoxicated may ask the driver to submit a breath sample to determine how much alcohol is in the driver's system. Missouri law requires that drivers consent to roadside breath testing when they apply for and receive a state-issued driver's license.

Missouri woman facing manslaughter charges for head-on collision

A Jefferson County woman has been officially charged with manslaughter after she killed someone in a drunk driving accident. The accident took place around noon on Nov. 4 on Route 30 east of River Ridge Road.

Missouri juvenile DWI penalties

Missouri treats DWIs by juveniles more strictly than for adults because underage drunk drivers cause more auto accidents than do older people. A blood-alcohol content of as little as .02 percent can lead to a juvenile conviction for DWI in the state, resulting in time in custody, fines and loss of driving privileges.

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