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Drunk Driving Defense – Minor in Possession – Felony DWI/DUI

Conviction on any Missouri drunk driving charge can cause significant problems that can continue far beyond the fines, license suspension and possible jail terms involved with the immediate offense. The effect on your future auto insurance premiums, professional licensing considerations, and exposure to more serious punishment on a future conviction should also factor into your decision of whether to plead guilty or fight the charge. You must act quickly, because the legal consequences of drunk driving charges start as quickly as 15 days after the traffic stop. To learn more about our experience with the effective resolution of DWI/DUI charges in the St. Louis area and throughout the state, contact one of our defense attorneys in St. Louis.

Our trial attorneys have over 30 years of experience and Greg L. Roberts has served as a municipal judge. We represent adult, juvenile, and college student clients on a wide range of alcohol related charges, including the following:

  • First offense or repeat offense DWI/DUI, especially cases with evidence of blood alcohol concentration (BAC) greater than .08 percent.
  • Implied consent cases involving refusal to provide a breath or blood sample to an arresting officer
  • DUI or DWI cases involving persons under 21, including students from Washington University, St. Louis University, UM-St. Louis, Maryville University, Fontbonne University, Lindenwood University, Mo. Baptist and the junior college system
  • Minor in possession of alcohol (MIP) charges involving persons under 21, including unlawful attempts to purchase alcoholic beverages
  • Drunk boating cases (BUI) and alcohol-related charges resulting from float trip arrests
  • Felony DWI/DUI cases such as Prior Offender and Persistent Offender, vehicular homicide or manslaughter when an alcohol-related accident results in a fatal injury
  • Department of Revenue license suspension refusals and revocations/li>
  • Minor in possession
  • Abuse and Lose

Our defense lawyers can also help you resolve DWI/DUI problems relating to the suspension and reinstatement of your driver’s license, obtaining restricted driving privileges after a short suspension, referral to SR-22 high-risk insurance pools, or such conditions of reinstatement as substance abuse treatment.

We represent drunk driving clients in both the criminal proceedings resulting from the DWI/DUI arrest and in the administrative proceedings concerning your driver’s license before the Missouri Department of Revenue. For additional information about our ability to protect your interests against any drunk driving or underage drinking charge, contact a criminal defense lawyer at the Roberts Law Firm in St. Louis.

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