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Lebanon driver allegedly leaves scene of interstate accident

An April 10, car accident resulted in multiple traffic violations for a 31-year-old male driver from Lebanon. At approximately 6:55 p.m., a 43-year-old driver contacted local police to report a suspected drunk driver on Route MM. The alleged drunk driver was traveling in a Chevrolet Monte Carlo when he narrowly missed hitting the 43-year-old driver's vehicle in a full head-on collision. Police report that the other driver proceeded to follow the Chevrolet driver, at which point he swerved and nearly collided with two additional vehicles.

Missouri woman charged with DWI after 1-car crash

A woman from Bourbon was accused of driving drunk after crashing her car into a tree on Jan. 30. According to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the 39-year-old woman was traveling westbound on Rock Road in a 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier when she lost control of her vehicle and crashed.

False memory findings may change police interrogations

A recently-published study on memory may interest individuals in Missouri. According to its findings, false memories may be successfully implanted in individuals over just a few short sessions. The researchers successfully convinced around three-fourths of their subjects that an event had occurred in their past when it had not. The study may have implications in the criminal justice system and on the practice of interrogating people suspected of involvement in a crime.

Assistance with a DWI defense in Missouri

If you are facing a DWI charge, you are likely concerned about many issues, including the potential for having to settle with pleading guilty. Although plea negotiations may be appropriate at times, it is helpful to have the assistance of a lawyer who has experience in defending against these matters to ensure that every angle is considered carefully in the process of developing a strategy.

Missouri prosecutors decline to charge alleged burglar

Prosecutors with the St. Louis Circuit Attorney's Office refused to charge a man on Dec. 17 who had been detained on suspicion of first-degree burglary by police officers. According to the prosecutors, there was not sufficient evidence for them to charge the man.

What to know about a DWI expungement

If an individual is convicted of DWI in Missouri, it could hamper his or her ability to get a job or a loan in the future. However, it may be possible to get that DWI off his or her criminal record through a process called expungement. When a charge is expunged, it is hidden to anyone who might do a background ground on that individual. In some cases, expungement is referred to as sealing the conviction or setting aside the conviction.

Actress Amanda Bynes accused of impaired driving

Missouri residents may be familiar with the actress Amanda Bynes from her work on the hit television shows "All That" and "The Amanda Show." According to recent reports, the former actress was taken into custody for an impaired driving incident during the early morning hours of Sept. 26.

What is an ignition interlock device?

Missouri residents who are convicted of driving while intoxicated can sometimes avoid the loss of their driving privilege by agreeing to have an ignition interlock device installed in their vehicle. Drivers who have already had their licenses suspended or revoked from a past DWI conviction may also be required to install an IID while seeking reinstatement of their driving privilege.

DWI manslaughter conviction upheld by appeals court

The first degree involuntary manslaughter conviction of a woman has been upheld by the Missouri Court of Appeals. The court was not impacted by her lawyer's argument that the woman's boyfriend's cause of death had not been properly established. In November 2013, the woman had been sentenced to five years' probation and 120 days in jail after it was determined that she had been driving while intoxicated at the time of the fatal accident in March 2011.

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