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DWI accident leaves 1 man dead

Missouri police said that a 20-year-old man was more than three times the legal alcohol limit when he was involved in a fatal accident on April 21. The man was taken into custody and charged with DWI after the deadly head-on collision in Kansas City.

Missouri legislature takes step toward code rewrite

The Missouri Senate has been working on a plan to revamp the state's criminal laws and recently gave it an endorsement. The plan needs an additional affirmation from the Senate before it moves to the state's House of Representatives. The code rewrite was a collaborative effort of prosecutors, private defense attorneys, judges, public defenders and lawmakers. It is the first time since 1979 that the state legislature has updated the criminal code.

DWI manslaughter conviction upheld by appeals court

The first degree involuntary manslaughter conviction of a woman has been upheld by the Missouri Court of Appeals. The court was not impacted by her lawyer's argument that the woman's boyfriend's cause of death had not been properly established. In November 2013, the woman had been sentenced to five years' probation and 120 days in jail after it was determined that she had been driving while intoxicated at the time of the fatal accident in March 2011.

Missouri man facing multiple DWI charges

Authorities report that a 55-year-old St. Louis man who is facing DWI charges was taken into custody shortly after 10 p.m. on March 20. It was alleged that the man had ten previous driving offenses related to driving on a revoked license when the most recent incident occurred, and police stated that they plan on filing charges against the man through the Prosecuting Attorney's Office.

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