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September 2017 Archives

Drunk driving suspected in fatal Missouri crash

For those who have been driving on Missouri roads for years, the experience of failing to notice a red light or not noticing one in time to stop is likely familiar. While these incidents likely happen relatively frequently, they do not always result in a crash. Unfortunately, one man in Missouri who police say failed to stop at a traffic light is now accused of drunk driving.

White collar crimes: Missouri man pleads guilty to fraud

Many people in Missouri spend time planning international adventures. Some go so far as to acquire a passport. But as with all plans, people can change their minds and decide on a different destination. While a change of mind is rarely the basis of a white collar crimes investigation, one man has recently pleaded guilty to fraud related to information he provided when he applied for a passport.

Possession of drugs charges follow Missouri traffic stop

Because most people have relatively little legal experience, many drivers who are pulled over by a police officer may be unaware of their legal rights. For example, refusing an officer's request to search a vehicle when he or she does not have a warrant may be the best choice. Unfortunately, a man in Missouri is now accused of possession of drugs following a traffic stop.

Louisiana man accused of assault with a vehicle

When a person in Louisiana is charged with a crime, he or she likely has several questions. Unfortunately, defendants in criminal proceedings often do not have the necessary legal knowledge to make informed decisions about their cases. For example, a man is likely wondering about his future after he was recently arrested on assault and other criminal charges.

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September 2017 Archives | St. Louis Criminal Law Blog