Person did not hire attorney and did not request an administrative hearing within the15 day required period after receiving dwi in st Charles MO. What does she need to do next?
I have never seen any of my case file.
I have never been given a copy of what my attorney told me to sign.
My attorney refuses to allow me to withdrawmy guilty plea, and he changed the terms of the plea less than 5 minutes after I signed it.
He doesn't answer or return... Read more »
answered on Jun 23, 2022
Under Missouri law, a defendant can ask to withdraw his guilty plea if he can show that he was misled or induced to enter a plea of guilty by fraud, mistake, misapprehension, coercion, duress or fear. There are generally no time limits for filing a Motion to Withdraw a Guilty Plea under Rule... Read more »
answered on Apr 15, 2018
It is possible that a person may have to complete SATOP, even though their DWI charge (ticket) was rejected or dismissed by the prosecutor.
In many DWI arrest situations, it will be alleged that the driver had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or higher, or it will be alleged that the... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2017
If you plead guilty to Driving While Suspended or Revoked, 12 points will be added to your Missouri driving record and your license will be revoked for 1 year, plus you will have to pay a fine. You can hire a traffic law attorney to get your 12-point Driving While Suspended/Revoked ticket reduced... Read more »
I have a car in my name but unsure if DMV will allow his license back unless the insurance and everything is in his name
answered on Sep 24, 2016
The SR22 requirement is personal. Your boyfriend will need to contact an insurance agent himself. I see no reason why he must own a car to get insurance.
answered on Oct 8, 2015
You need an experienced DWI attorney to assist you with your case. An attorney will need to see the police report to begin crafting your defense.
answered on Oct 8, 2015
No, but it does change the strategy of your defense. You need to hire an experienced DWI attorney to help you with your case.
answered on Apr 10, 2015
When you are arrested for a DWI you may not be charged immediately. Many times the prosecutor may wait for results of lab tests or review your prior convictions prior to charging. Although most first time offenders are issued a ticket before release, there is no requirement that a ticket be... Read more »
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... Read more »
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 »
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 - firstname.lastname@example.org,... Read more »
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