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Understanding Criminal Record Expungement in Missouri

The immediate and long-term ramifications of a criminal arrest, conviction, or record are often devastating. Such a criminal record can cause increased difficulties in obtaining scholarship, loan, accommodation, employment opportunities, and public benefits.

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Driving with a Suspended License

In the state of Missouri, a person could get a license suspension for violating a traffic law, getting too many driving points, DUI conviction, or other traffic-related offenses. With your license suspended, you will be prohibited from driving legally in the state.

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Understanding Missouri Traffic Violations

In the state of Missouri, a motorist may be issued a traffic ticket for committing a traffic offense or violating a traffic law. Examples of traffic violations include speeding, drunk driving, running a red light, reckless driving, driving without a license, or parking near a fire hydrant.

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Three Things You Shouldn’t Do When Charged With a Sex Crime

Being charged with a sex crime can be an intense and frightening experience. A sex crime conviction can haunt you for the rest of your life, which is why you should act immediately to protect your rights and fight for a favorable outcome.

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What Qualifies as Solicitation of a Minor?

Sex crimes, particularly those involving minors, are very serious charges in Missouri and other states. One of the crimes that fall under the category of a sex crime involving a minor is “solicitation of a minor.”

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Can I Be Arrested for Drugs That Aren’t Mine?

States across the nation have been minimizing criminal penalties for marijuana charges, and Missouri has, to some degree, followed the trend.

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Filing for Limited Driving Privileges

A Limited Driving Privilege (LDP), also called a hardship license, may be available to those who’ve had their license suspended, revoked, or denied. These special reinstated licenses are reserved for those who need their car for certain reasons like driving for employment or driving for emergency medical care.

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Understanding DUI Tests & Your Rights

Even the most responsible drivers dread that sinking feeling when you see flashing lights in your rearview mirror. Getting pulled over by law enforcement can be extremely stressful, even if you don’t believe you’ve done anything wrong. It’s important that all citizens understand their rights and responsibilities when this happens, especially when it concerns a potential DUI arrest.

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Driving High: What Happens if I Get a Marijuana DUI?

In the state of Missouri, the recreational use of marijuana is illegal. Likewise, a person may be arrested and charged for driving while under the influence of marijuana. If convicted, the defendant could be facing far-reaching consequences, including massive fines, imprisonment, suspension of their driver's license, and a criminal record.

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Why It’s Worth It To Fight Your DUI Charge

If you have been arrested for a DUI, you may feel like there’s nothing you can do about it. However, just because you have been charged with a crime doesn’t mean you’ll be convicted, and there are many things you can do to try to fight it.

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