Posted by Sansone / Lauber Trial Lawyers on March 18, 2011SHARE IT
Our firm represented a repeat DWI client for a Jefferson County DWI. The client was stopped by the police because they were unresponsive and blocking traffic. The alleged drunk driver was arrested and refused to take the breathalyzer.
Under Missouri Law, if you refuse to take a breath test you will lose your driving privileges for one year. Our Jefferson County DWI Lawyers filed a Petition for Review that prevented the Missouri Department of Revenue from taking our client’s driver’s license. The Petition for Review was set for trial three times with the Department of Revenue failing to produce key evidence in the case. The Judge found in favor of our client and the Refusal to Submit to a breath Test was taken off of the client’s driving history.
If you have a DWI Refusal case in Jefferson County contact one of our Jefferson County DWI lawyers for a free consultation.