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Report of missing Missouri man leads to murder charges

There are few things more daunting than being the subject of a police investigation. Often, those in such a predicament may feel obligated to answer police questions even though they do not have an attorney advising them. However, any information they provide can be used against them. A man in Missouri is now likely wondering about his legal options after his recent arrest on murder charges, among others.

What are DWI penalties and defenses in Missouri?

Missouri laws set strict penalties for drunk driving. Anyone heading out to parties must ensure that they have a way home if they are going to have a few drinks. Despite the harshness of these laws, there are still some instances of drunk driving in this state. Some of these end in fatalities, which can lead to difficult legal situations for the person who is accused of drunk driving.

Audit in Missouri city leads to fraud accusations

When a job requires a person to handle money -- especially municipal money -- the employee could be vulnerable to criminal allegations should money later turn up missing, regardless of the circumstances. Unfortunately, a man who served as the manager of one Missouri city's accounts now finds himself facing accusations of fraud. The accusations followed an audit.

Missouri woman faces criminal charges after courthouse incident

The criminal justice system is complicated. Even those with some experience with it may sometimes be unsure what actions are best. As such, the average person in Missouri is likely unsure of his or her options and the potential outcomes of each if accused of a crime. In fact, a woman now facingĀ criminal charges following an incident at a courthouse may be seeking advice about her situation.

DWI charges follow fatal Missouri car accident

In the aftermath of a fatal car accident, there is an understandable need to investigate the events leading up to it and, perhaps, identify someone on which to place blame. Despite this desire, there must be evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt in order for someone to be convicted of charges related to an accident, especially because many accidents are the result of a simple oversight of a driver. In fact, it is unclear what supports the DWI charges a man in Missouri is now facing.

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