DWI – Helpful Information

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There Are Two Parts to a DWI Case

The first is the administrative case and the second is the criminal case. The administrative case deals with your ability to drive in the State of Missouri. The criminal case deals with the punishment you will receive for driving while intoxicated.

Suspension or Revocation of the Driving Privileges Form – Did You Take the Breathalyzer Test

You may be wondering what to do with the form you were given by the officer. The answer depends on whether or not you agreed or refused to take the breathalyzer test. In either situation, you can appeal the suspension of your driver’s license (administrative part of your case), but you must make sure you don’t miss the deadline. If you  agreed to take the breathalyzer test:

If you refused to take the breathalyzer test (refused to blow):

I Feel Lost, What Should I Do

We understand that DWI cases can be very complicated. We can help you appeal the case, obtain a stay of the revocation of your license, and in many situations we are able to negotiate with the court to obtain a recommendation to have the DWI charge amended to a lesser offense that will not show up on your driving or criminal record. Call us today for a free consultation.