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Missouri prosecutors decline to charge alleged burglar

Prosecutors with the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office refused to charge a man on Dec. 17 who had been detained on suspicion of first-degree burglary by police officers. According to the prosecutors, there was not sufficient evidence for them to charge the man.

Missouri man gets probation after 10th DWI

A Missouri man was recently sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to his tenth conviction for driving while intoxicated. The charges stemmed from an August 2013 incident. According to police, the 55-year-old man was stopped for a traffic offense. During the stop, police detained the man for driving while intoxicated and driving on a revoked license.

What to know about a DWI expungement

If an individual is convicted of DWI in Missouri, it could hamper his or her ability to get a job or a loan in the future. However, it may be possible to get that DWI off his or her criminal record through a process called expungement. When a charge is expunged, it is hidden to anyone who might do a background ground on that individual. In some cases, expungement is referred to as sealing the conviction or setting aside the conviction.

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