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Signs police look for to tell if you are under the influence

Many people question the legality and validity of DWI checkpoints. The reasoning is that the police essentially pull drivers over when there is no suspicion an individual is under the influence of alcohol. However, even if courts end up limiting the scope of these checkpoints, the police still maintain vigilant eyes on potentially intoxicated drivers. 

How can you reinstate driving privileges in Missouri?

Receiving a conviction for driving while intoxicated in Missouri can have a serious impact on your overall quality of life, and it can complicate everything from your ability to work to your ability to vote. Losing your license in the wake of a Missouri DWI has the capacity to lead to long-term financial hardship, so chances are, you would like to get your license back as soon as you possibly can so you can resume going to work, school or wherever else you need to go.

Do not underestimate "weak" alcoholic drinks

Whether you are a man or a woman, you surely enjoy taking the time to relax and have fun with friends when the weekend comes. Even on weekdays, after work, you are likely to seek out a respite from the stress of the day. If you are like many people, this might come in the form of enjoying a drink. Even "weak" drinks can incur unexpected consequences.

4 common DWI defense strategies

If you are facing criminal charges for drunk driving but believe you are innocent, you are understandably feeling a lot of frustration. The consequences of a DWI conviction are serious. You are at risk of losing your license, freedom and reputation. However, while it is normal to feel angry, you must defend against these charges carefully. 

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