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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Missouri on
Q: In the state if Missouri can someone on probation & parole act as a confidential informant legally ?
Jeffrey Alex Goldfarb
Jeffrey Alex Goldfarb answered on Feb 14, 2014

Yes but, typically, their lawyer and the prosecuting attorney will work with the probation officer to make them aware of the situation as failing to do so could result in revocation.

Jeff@314law.com

www.criminallawyermissouri.com

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Missouri on
Q: I have a MO warrant for fail to appear on orig. charge dwi. can i just do my ses 5 day backup when i turn myself in???

I failed to pay my fines and finish satop in time about 5 months ago. im pretty sure thats why they had scheduled a prob viol hearing and issued a warrant, but i didnt know about any of this until recently after checking my mail for the first time in months. also, why is my warrant 1500 cash only... Read more »

Jeffrey Alex Goldfarb
Jeffrey Alex Goldfarb answered on Feb 14, 2014

You need a lawyer who can meet with the judge and prosecutor in an effort to get the previous deal reinstated before you surrender yourself. You may be able to achieve the same result on your own, but it is doubtful. Call me or another lawyer for help. Jeff - jeff@314law.com,... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in DUI / DWI for Missouri on
Q: Where can i find a petition for review in st.charles county to appeal a dwi chemical refusal
Jeffrey Alex Goldfarb
Jeffrey Alex Goldfarb answered on Feb 14, 2014

Quickest answer is to call an attorney. Those of us who file Petitions for Review have them ready to go on a moment's notice as there are very strict time limits to filing them. I believe you have 30 days from the date of the notice to file the Petition for Review or you cannot file it. The only... Read more »

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