MISSOURI DWI INFORMATION
If you have been arrested for driving while intoxicated, it is imperative that you retain attorney representation immediately. A DWI conviction carries with it a number of potential consequences including points on your license, heavy fines, a license suspension, and even jail time.
Please note the importance of obtaining a lawyer immediately when charged with a DWI. In Missouri, your driver's
license will be automatically suspended when you are charged with a DWI. This ruling can be challenged in an administrative
hearing, but it must be done quickly. Depending on the facts of your case, you may have as little as 15 days to file a request
for an administrative hearing.
DWI charges should be fought aggressively. If you have received a DWI you need to speak with an experienced DWI lawyer immediately, so please do not hesitate to call or email. All discussions are confidential and free. If after we speak you choose to proceed, we can discuss your case in greater detail and begin to formulate an effective defense. Please see below for more information about DWI charges in Missouri and answers to frequently asked questions.
MISSOURI DWI F.A.Q.