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In Missouri, what happens if I violate my parole or probation?

You have recently been released from jail on probation or parole. Dealing with the criminal justice system has added an incredible amount of stress to your life. The time has come to meet with your supervising officer, and it is the last thing that you feel like doing. Do you skip your meeting?

Missouri nursing home administrator charged with embezzlement

Anyone who has ever made a purchase for their place of employment is likely aware of the steps that are required as part of the compensation process. Because of this complexity, it is understandable that some steps might be accidentally skipped. Regardless of how innocent of an oversight may be, some people could fall under suspicion of embezzlement, for example. In fact, the former administrator of a nursing home in Missouri was recently charged after an auditor reportedly could not find proof that she deserved checks she had written to herself.

Woman charged with murder in fatal Missouri car crash

It's important that Missouri drivers stay vigilant at all times. The common hazards that occur on the roadways aside, negligent motorists can create dangerous situations for the people they share the road with. In the unfortunate instances where poor driving leads to a fatality, the penalties can be stiff, going all the way up to felony murder, a charge which can be brought even in the absence of a DWI.

DWI charges follow Missouri pedestrian accident

When a person is accused of a crime, he or she often has no idea how to respond. Additionally, the individual may be unclear about applicable constitutional rights, making it difficult to recognize and respond to unlawful treatment at the hands of police officers or prosecutors. Unfortunately, a man in Missouri may be confused about his options after a crash resulted in accusations of DWI.

Missouri woman's caregiver charged with her murder

Often as people in Missouri age, they become more and more dependent upon others to ensure that their daily basic needs are met. Anyone who has cared for someone who is completely dependent upon him or her is likely aware of the stress that these caregivers can experience. However, relatively few caregivers resort to violence. Despite this, police have accused a man of murder following the death of a woman he cared for.

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