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What is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor?

If you have been arrested in Missouri, you might wonder exactly what your charges mean. There are big differences between a felony charge and a misdemeanor criminal offense that you should be aware of. The two different types of charges can have very different sentencing and impacts on your future. Getting a job, joining the military and even applying for an apartment can be effected by having a felony charge or a misdemeanor. Here are the major differences between the two. 

Not everyone can be a good DUI defense attorney

It is axiomatic that to become the best in your field, you need to focus on one area and learn it well. This is true of Olympic athletes -- you do not see pole vaulters who also compete in swimming events -- and it is also true with the legal profession. "Jack of all, master of none" is often a good way to receive mediocre legal representation. And when the subject is defending yourself against drunk driving charges in Missouri, mediocre is not what you need.

DOJ finds significant bias in Missouri juvenile justice system

Surely no one in the state of Missouri, and likely beyond, has missed the media coverage surrounding the Michael Brown shooting about a year ago. Opinions have been mixed in the news media about the details of his death, some based on fact, some based on emotion. But a recent report released by the United States Department of Justice sheds some light on the treatment of young offenders in the Family Court in St. Louis County that likely permeates the criminal justice system in many counties across the country.

Woman who caused fatal crash has checkered history

A woman from out of state recently caused an accident in Springfield, Missouri that killed an elderly couple. The driver was heading down Battlefield Road when she crossed over a grassy area and hit the Honda CR-V the couple was in while they were sitting in traffic on the West Bypass. The driver was traveling at a high rate of speed, according to police officers. When the couple was struck, they were ejected from their vehicle. They died on scene.

Missouri man charged with DWI-related misdemeanors

A drunk driver in Missouri rammed his truck into and over a concrete barricade, separating the road from the sidewalk. He was charged with three misdemeanors after the accident: reckless driving, driving under the influence and driving while a habitual violator. Though no one was injured, the consequences of these charges could be severe.

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