In Missouri the penalties for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under The Influence (DUI) often result in license suspension, heavy fines and restricted driving privileges after your license is reinstated.
The first DWI offense will result in a 30 day suspension of your license, followed by a 60 day restricted driving privilege. After 90 days, the driver can receive full reinstatement if all conditions are met. A person convicted of operating a commercial motor vehicle while his or her alcohol content is .04% will be assessed 2 points and disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle for one year.
A driver convicted of a second DWI offense will usually have their license suspended for one year. If the second offense is within five years the driver may receive a five year license denial.