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DUI/DWI Defense: Protecting Your Driving Privileges And Freedom

DUI/DWI Defense: Protecting Your Driving Privileges And Freedom

Data released by the reputable National Highway Traffic Safety Administration revealed that, on average, 1.5 million people are arrested for a DUI annually. Unfortunately, the penalties for driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI) can be serious.  Should you have been arrested for a DUI or DWI recently, you’re likely concerned about your future and are wondering how to resolve the situation and fight the charge. By speaking with a    St Louis DUI or DWI attorney at Bruntrager & Billings, P.C., you could formulate a strong defense and persuade the prosecution to drop or reduce the charges against you.  In...

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Injured by a Drunk Driver Over the Holidays?

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If you were hurt by a drunk driver over the holiday season, you are likely entitled to compensation. Furthermore, if your loved one passed away in a drunk driving accident, you can also pursue a financial recovery. Hiring a personal injury attorney may be an essential first step towards obtaining justice. Drunk Drivers Are Generally Liable for Their Actions Holidays in St. Louis can be a heartwarming, joyous period in your life. The negligent actions of a drunk driver can, instead, turn the holidays into a nightmare. All motorists must abide by their duty of care. This duty requires them to act reasonably—clearly,...

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Can You Be Fired for a DWI in Missouri?

Can You Be Fired for a DWI in Missouri?

A DWI conviction is a serious matter that can have wide-ranging consequences on every aspect of your life. If the police arrested you for drunk driving, you may be wondering whether you could lose your job, and the short answer is "yes." Missouri is an at-will employment state, which means that an employer may terminate an employee at any time, and for any reason, so long as the reasons for firing someone isn't prohibited by law. As a result, a DWI could certainly result in the loss of your job, so it's critical that anyone facing DWI charges in the...

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