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Cocaine possession defense in Missouri

Cocaine is illegal across the United States, but state laws determine the legal consequences of being found guilty of possessing cocaine. Those accused of possessing cocaine in Missouri could face serious legal consequences that could change the course of their entire life. This is why those accused should take action to aggressively defend themselves.

Missouri man accused of assault after teen breaks into car

Most people in Missouri work hard to buy the things they own. As such, it may be difficult to predict how people might respond when their personal property -- and, potentially, their personal safety -- are under threat, especially if they believe there is a weapon involved. Unfortunately, a man now faces an assault charge after he allegedly shot a teenager who he caught breaking into a vehicle on his property.

Expungement of a criminal or arrest record in Missouri

Many people in Missouri have made mistakes that resulted in criminal charges. Upon their conviction, they completed their punishment as required by law and want nothing more than to put their past behind them and continue with their lives. Unfortunately, without seeking an expungement, many people may struggle to do so. 

Missouri man sentenced following white collar crimes accusation

As many people in Missouri are aware, running a small business can be complicated. The focus of many business owners is on ensuring the success of their business, often meaning that they prioritize their meetings with their clients or otherwise meeting the needs of their clients over bookkeeping. Unfortunately, this prioritization could ultimately result in accusations of committing white collar crimes under certain circumstances.

Missouri man charged with murder following shooting death

When a person is charged with a crime, he or she faces a variety of different decisions, most of which will likely have a significant impact on the rest of his or her life. Unfortunately, few people feel prepared to make these decisions on their own. In fact, a man in Missouri is now likely wondering about his options after he was accused of murder.

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