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Client with 4th DWI Arrest Gets No Conviction Probation (SIS)

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on April 21, 2014

A client of our firm, M.A., was driving his car in North County in the early morning when he approached a red light.  He attempted to apply his breaks but slid into the intersection striking another car that was passing…

Trouble With Alcohol Breath Tests

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on March 10, 2014

When a person in the State of Missouri gets pulled over for DWI they are typically asked to take a breath test after their arrest.  Most people don’t realize that although the breath analysis machines are maintained by the police…

NTSB Makes Surprising Move Regarding Lower BAC Limits

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on August 11, 2013

The National Transportation Safety Board announced last month that it would push for states to lower their legal BAC limits. The move, a surprise to many experts, is aimed at lowering the legal limit from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent….

Field Sobriety Tests Get Increased Attention

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on May 29, 2013

A recent case out of Tennessee has created some buzz in the criminal defense world given the spotlight it places on the proper weight of field sobriety tests. The Tennessee Supreme Court recently decided to hear the case, Tennessee v….

Confusing Missouri v. McNeely Opinion Released By U.S. Supreme Court

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on May 27, 2013

The Supreme Court released its opinion in Missouri v. McNeely yesterday, a closely watched case not only here in Missouri but across the country. The reason the case was able to generate so much attention is that its result could…

States Increasingly Concerned About Repeat Drunk Drivers

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on May 19, 2013

There has been an increasing emphasis placed on getting repeat drunk drivers off of Missouri roadways as more and more stories get attention across the country of drivers who had been previously arrested who then go on to hurt or…

Is Driving On Drugs The Same As Driving Drunk In Missouri?

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on March 17, 2013

Everyone knows that DWI laws make it illegal to drive while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. There’s a very clear line for measuring how much alcohol drivers are permitted to have in their system before they are deemed…

Missouri Measure Makes Refusing To Submit To Breath Test A Crime

Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on March 8, 2013

Missouri State Representative Don Phillips recently proposed a potentially important bit of legislation, which, if enacted, could seriously change existing Missouri DUI law. The legislation, known as House Bill No. 461, says that those who refuse to submit to a…

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