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What is an "Alford plea?"

It is not uncommon for Missouri prosecutors and defense attorneys to enter into plea negotiations before a criminal trial takes place. Making a plea deal can often save the state considerable time and resources that it would otherwise take to bring charges to trial, and also eliminates any sense of uncertainty about whether a jury would acquit the defendant altogether. For the defendant, a plea deal can lead to benefits such as avoiding the need to face more serious charges, and in some situations, such as "wet reckless" negotiated deals, the possibility of not having a DUI conviction appear on their records.

Drunk driving defense requires a multi-phased approach

Experienced defense attorneys employ a systematic methodology to examine the prosecution's drunk driving case from the pre-arrest stage through trial. This post covers some of the tactics that your defense attorney can use on your behalf if you are accused of DWI.

Do I have to live with a DWI charge for the rest of my life?

Having a “driving while intoxicated” charge on your record could seriously hinder future endeavors. It may be hard to get a good job, an apartment or even a loan. Thankfully, drivers in Missouri often have the opportunity to have this charge expunged from their record. This means it will not show up on background checks. There are certain requirements that must be met, however.

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