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February 2020 Archives

Missouri police suspect drunk driving, leads to pursuit, crash

It is often difficult to determine what might be running through a person's mind when faced with confrontations with law enforcement officers. Some people may act instinctively, which could lead to a complicated legal situation. Unfortunately, a man in Missouri is now facing such a scenario following a pursuit that occurred after police say they received reports of drunk driving.

Understanding the most common types of white collar crimes

If you have been accused of white collar crime in Missouri, it goes without saying that you should not delay taking action to form your defense. White collar crimes can come in many different forms, and they not only have legal implications, but they can also ruin a person's career and reputation in the process.

6 plead guilty in Missouri fraud case

When facing criminal charges, many people feel unprepared to make the decisions that will likely have a significant impact on the rest of their lives. In fact, six men in Missouri who recently pleaded guilty to charges related to a fraud case likely felt unsure about their options at the beginning of the criminal justice process. Fortunately, there are experienced professionals who can help in similar circumstances. 

Missouri traffic stop leads to DWI, other charges

It is understandable that some people may panic when facing a confrontation with a law enforcement officer or other authority figure. That panic could potentially lead to an action that could be misinterpreted. In fact, police in Missouri claim that one man fled a traffic stop; he now faces DWI and multiple other criminal charges.

Missouri man charged with murder after fatal house fire

When a tragedy occurs, there is an understandable need for answers. While this need is often accompanied by a desire for justice, there must be sufficient evidence to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt in order for someone to be convicted of a crime. Despite this, it is unclear what evidence supports the murder charge a Missouri man is now facing following a fatal house fire.

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