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False memory findings may change police interrogations

A recently-published study on memory may interest individuals in Missouri. According to its findings, false memories may be successfully implanted in individuals over just a few short sessions. The researchers successfully convinced around three-fourths of their subjects that an event had occurred in their past when it had not. The study may have implications in the criminal justice system and on the practice of interrogating people suspected of involvement in a crime.

Strong felony DWI defense in St. Louis

If you have been charged with a third DWI in Missouri, you may know that third and subsequent drunk driving convictions are considered Class D felonies in the state, which carry a potential sentence of up to four years in the Department of Corrections. If you end up with a felony on your record, you could also face additional, collateral consequences that could extend far beyond the end of your sentence, such as problems finding jobs and housing.

Missouri DWI laws

Missouri's DWI laws differ from those of other states. In Missouri, a person is considered to be a repeat DWI offender only when his or her second DWI offense occurs within five years of the prior one.

Alleged repeat Missouri DWI offender taken into custody

According to law enforcement authorities in Callaway County, a 55-year-old Fulton man with a reported history of repeat DWI offenses was taken into custody on multiple charges on Dec. 27. Reportedly, the incident leading to the man's arrest occurred around 1:40 a.m. on County Road 269.

Assistance with a DWI defense in Missouri

If you are facing a DWI charge, you are likely concerned about many issues, including the potential for having to settle with pleading guilty. Although plea negotiations may be appropriate at times, it is helpful to have the assistance of a lawyer who has experience in defending against these matters to ensure that every angle is considered carefully in the process of developing a strategy.

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