Do DUI Convictions In Other States Count In Missouri?
At Travis Noble, P.C., we are frequently contacted by people who have been arrested on suspicion of DWI in Missouri and have DUI convictions in other states. In addition to needing effective defense representation, they want to know how their prior convictions will affect their situation.
Do DUI/DWI convictions outside of Missouri count here? The answer is usually yes. Most states have reciprocity agreements with Missouri, so a person with a DUI conviction in another state will be facing enhanced penalties if convicted in Missouri. Likewise, a DWI conviction in Missouri will count in the states that have reciprocity agreements with Missouri. In either case, the person could be charged with a more serious DWI offense that carries harsher penalties.
Whatever your situation, you should speak with an experienced Missouri DWI defense attorney as soon as possible.
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When you choose our law firm, Travis Noble will work tirelessly to build an effective defense for you. He will carefully examine the factual and legal issues in your case that could lead to a dismissal of the charge or reduction to a nonalcohol driving offense. If a successful defense strategy exists, Travis Noble will find it and aggressively defend you at every stage of the legal process.
Do You Live In Another State?
Travis Noble, P.C., defends people from other states who are charged with DWI in Missouri. We do everything we can to overcome DWI charges. We also work to minimize the disruptions our clients face. Get legal help today from an experienced defense lawyer.