Defense Of Service Members Charged With DWI
A DWI conviction can be a military career killer if you are an active duty service member, reservist or member of the National Guard. In addition to criminal and civil penalties in the Missouri court system, you may face disciplinary sanctions such as Article 15 (Army and Air Force), captain’s mast (Navy and Coast Guard) or office hours (Marines). You should obtain legal representation as soon as possible.
At the law firm of Travis Noble, P.C., we aggressively defend service members, reservists and National Guard members who are arrested on suspicion of DWI. Our lawyer has extensive experience and a successful record defending clients, even in supposedly “impossible” cases. We will work tenaciously to defend your rights and freedom.
For a free consultation with a military DWI lawyer, call Travis Noble, P.C., at 314-450-7849.
Experienced, Aggressive And Determined To Win
Travis Noble is a former police officer and narcotics agent with more than 20 years of criminal law experience. In your case, Mr. Noble will undertake a comprehensive review covering all aspects of your case, including the legality of the police stop, field sobriety tests, breath test procedures and other factual and legal issues. Travis Noble will carefully scrutinize these and other aspects of your case, defending you vigorously at all stages of the legal process.
DWI And NJP Hearings
When defending you, our goal will be to beat the DWI charge by obtaining either a dismissal or reduction to a nonalcohol offense. If we are successful, you will be spared the worst consequences of your arrest. However, even if you are cleared of the DWI charge in Missouri circuit court, you may still face the prospect of nonjudicial punishment (NJP) from your commanding officer or officer in charge.
Obtaining a positive outcome in your Missouri DWI case may possibly spare you from an NJP action entirely or minimize the potential consequences of an NJP disciplinary hearing. Our firm will cooperate with your military lawyer, providing all information required to present a strong defense in your NJP hearing.
Contact An Attorney To Protect Your Rights And Your Career
Past results afford no guarantee of future results and every case is different and must be judged on its own merits. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. This disclosure is required by rule of the Supreme Court of Missouri.