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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.

DUI defense is a complex area of law that requires considerable time and attention to detail to perform well. Police and prosecutors would have you believe that it is a simple matter of relying on field sobriety tests and measurements of blood alcohol content to reach a preordained conclusion, and an inexperienced attorney or a public defender may even agree with them and try to persuade you to hope for the best in a plea deal.

At the Law Office of Travis Noble, however, we see it differently. We start with the objective of defending you to clear your name and to secure an acquittal, and we know how to rigorously examine the facts leading up to the drunk driving arrest as well as the police procedures afterward to look for weaknesses in the prosecution's case. There are many ways to challenge a DUI prosecution, but they require a willingness of your defense attorney to work hard on your behalf instead of looking for an easy way out.

Copping a plea and putting you at the mercy of the court is not what we do from the outset. If you believe that you have been charged unfairly with a drunk driving offense, you need a strong advocate. That is what we do for our clients. To learn about how we can do the same for you, visit our webpage on the subject, and then contact us for a free, confidential initial consultation.

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