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Theft charges for Missouri man who reportedly stole tractor parts

Authorities recently arrested and charged a man with theft. According to police, the Missouri man disassembled and then stole removable part from a John Deere tractor. The police say they were able to recover the parts after receiving a tip that the parts were hidden on property near the location where the theft allegedly took place.

Build a strong criminal defense to fight criminal accusations

Any charge leveled against you is serious, including anything from drug and drunk driving charges to more violent crimes, such as rape, and white collar crimes, such as embezzlement. Regardless of the type of criminal activity of which you are being accused, there is the potential for a serious impact on your life. This is why developing a strong criminal defense as soon as possible is important for accused individuals in Missouri.

Charges for possession of drugs filed in traffic stop in Missouri

Missouri deputies reported a recent incident that resulted in a man facing criminal charges after they pulled him over for several alleged traffic violations. The 33-year-old man is currently being held in jail on possession of drugs and a $3,500 cash only bond has been set. In all states, a person accused of criminal offenses is presumed innocent under the law unless proved otherwise in court.

Charged with possession of drugs in Missouri?

Facing criminal allegations involving controlled substances in Missouri is serious and can be very stressful. There are certain things to remember if you have been arrested for possession of drugs or other offenses. The most important is that you have personal rights.

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November 2015 Archives | St. Louis Criminal Law Blog