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2 Missouri teenagers charged in alleged robbery

Police in Missouri receive complaints of a variety of different alleged crimes on a daily basis. While all allegations deserve to be investigated, there is not sufficient evidence for a conviction in all cases. Despite recent allegations that two teenagers took part in a robbery, it is unclear what evidence supports the charges against them.

DWI charges follow Missouri car accident

It seems that a great deal of important decisions are made based on a person's actions following a car accident. If a driver appears dazed or struggles to respond appropriately, officials make assumptions regarding the person's sobriety. However, anyone who has been involved in a serious accident can likely attest to the fact that the body can react in mysterious ways following the stress of a crash. Unfortunately, one Missouri man is now facing a DWI charge following a crash that sent him and his passenger to the hospital.

Allegations of statutory rape lead to arrest in Missouri

Any accusations involving sex crimes deserve a serious investigation. However, regardless of the claims against him or her, a person is presumed innocent unless there is sufficient evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Often, this high standard is difficult to meet with such accusations. Unfortunately, one Missouri man is currently being held after he was accused of statutory rape.

Felony assault charges dropped in Missouri plea deal

Families can be complicated. Often, while family members have love and affection for one another, disputes in which family members are unable to come to an agreement can arise, resulting in serious conflict. However, one woman in Missouri claims that a argument with her brother led to an assault. The man recently pleaded guilty to reduced charges.

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