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Missouri Administrative DWI License Suspensions

State of the Law Under Missouri law, a criminal charge of DWI or excessive b.a.c. often also carries the potential for additional civil penalties, notably the suspension or revocation of the subjects driver license. At the ...

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Missouri Automobile Injury Overview

Overview Automobile injuries have become one of the most frequent sources of personal injury within the state of Missouri. Many such injuries are caused by the negligence of inattentive or careless drivers on the roads and ...

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Missouri Automobile Injuries: Rear End Collision Doctrine

State of the Law Missouri law provides special protections to persons injured by a rear end collision. Often a person injured by a rear end collision did not see the colliding vehicle until it had already struck his or her ...

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Moving Violations, Speeding, and Missouri License Consequences

Missouri Driver License Point System Under Missouri law the Missouri Director of Revenue must assess “points” on a Missouri driver’s license upon conviction for certain traffic related offenses. An ...

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Missouri Sentencing Ranges, Minimum Terms, and Enhancement

Sentencing Authority The court’s authority for sentencing is found in 557.011 RSMo. Most commonly this includes a fine, a term of imprisonment, or some combination thereof. No Missouri court may impose sentence other ...

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DWI Expungement in Missouri

State of the Law Under Missouri law certain offenses may be expunged following a period of good behavior without additional convictions. If all prerequisites are met it is currently possible to expunge a Missouri DWI ...

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Abuse and Lose Driver Consequences for Minors

State of the Law In addition to criminal penalties for possession of drugs or alcohol, the State of Missouri includes civil penalties such as suspension or revocation of driving privileges for violations committed by a person ...

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