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Breathalyzers are a common way for a police officer to determine whether or not a suspect has a BAC above the legal limit. Officers use the breathalyzer as a tool to to as evidence in a DWI or DUI case. Although breathalyzers are generally pretty reliable, there are several factors which could cause a false positive.


Sobriety checkpoints are becoming a more common occurrence as states are eager to crack down on drunk drivers. Many people are unsure of their rights at these checkpoints, and this article will explain your rights at a sobriety checkpoint, also known as a DWI roadblock.


A new Facebook page, Saint Louis Speed Traps and DWI Checkpoints alerts users that like the page of current speed traps, sobriety checkpoints, speed cameras, and other road hazards.


DWI convictions can have many negative consequences on your life, including your ability to drive legally, employment options, high court costs and fines, and other negative impacts. After a DWI a driver can get their Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) after his driver’s license suspension has ended.


DWI Plea Bargains

A plea bargain is an agreement between you and the prosecutor that must be approved by the judge. The terms of a plea bargain depend on the circumstances of your case including driving and criminal record, whether you have any previous DWI arrests and whether or not you have valid defenses to your DWI charges.


DWI Defenses

DWI cases are complex, and as a result the facts and circumstances regarding each DWI arrest are different. Most DWI defenses fall into one of the categories below:


What is SATOP?

In Missouri traffic law SATOP is Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program. If your driver license has been suspended or revoked by the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) due to an alcohol related offense you must complete SATOP in order to reinstate your license.


In Missouri in order to reinstate your Missouri driver’s license after a DWI suspension or revocation you must:


There are two separate parts to every DUI issued in Missouri. Those two parts are: