If you have been charged with DWI in Missouri, you need an attorney who will not only defend the criminal charge, but also protect your driver's license. At Jones & Rath, L.L.C., we offer many years of experience handling both the criminal and civil proceedings that result from a DWI charge.
After a Missouri DWI arrest, you only have 15 days to request an administrative hearing, or your license will be automatically suspended or revoked. During the DWI administrative hearing, our St. Louis attorneys will vigorously work to help you retain your license so that you can continue driving to work, school and other places of necessity while you wait for the results of your criminal hearing.
The length of a driver's license suspension or revocation can depend on the circumstances of your charge. If this is not your first arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol, you could be facing enhanced penalties and/or a felony DWI charge. At Jones & Rath, L.L.C., we know that no two cases are alike. We do not employ cookie cutter solutions when building your DWI defense. Our experienced criminal defense lawyers will closely examine the details of your case, discuss your goals with you and tailor our representation to your unique needs.
St. Louis County Attorneys: Breathalyzer Refusal
If you refused a Breathalyzer test, your driver's license will automatically be revoked, unless you hire an attorney to take action. Contact Jones & Rath, L.L.C., as soon as possible to protect your rights and your driving privileges, today. Call 314-732-4230 or contact us online to arrange a free initial consultation.