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Missouri License Revocation Dismissed in Ami G. v. Dept of Revenue: alternative alcohol test was done

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on July 21, 2014

“Should a driver initially refuse to submit to chemical testing, the arresting officer has the choice of either permitting the driver to withdraw his refusal and submit to chemical testing or of letting the driver’s initial refusal stand as grounds to administratively revoke the driver’s license” Rothwell v Director of Revenue, 419 SW 3d 200…

Client with 4th DWI Arrest Gets No Conviction Probation (SIS)

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on April 21, 2014

A client of our firm, M.A., was driving his car in North County in the early morning when he approached a red light.  He attempted to apply his breaks but slid into the intersection striking another car that was passing through the intersection.  As the police arrived on the scene they observed our client running…

St Louis County Checkpoint DWI: State v K.K.

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on March 3, 2014

Anyone who has stayed out late on the weekend knows that DWI checkpoints are not uncommon in the St Louis area.  The local police love setting them up all over the place and commonly set them up in high traffic areas, such as Dougherty Ferry Rd, Manchester Rd. and Olive Street Rd.  Recently, one of…

St Louis Missouri DWI Dismissed – State Of Missouri v. Robert S.

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on April 18, 2011

Missouri DWI dismissed by St Louis DWI Defense attorney; Client was stopped for running a red light and then submitted to field sobriety tests and failed a BAC test (breath test). Based on probable cause issues, strength of the state’s evidence, and the fact that the client was about to go on active duty military,…

Ladue Missouri DWI Amended To C&I – City Of Ladue v. James V.

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on April 18, 2011

DWI Defendant allegedly had a .12 BAC however our St Louis DWI lawyers got the DWI charge amended to a C&I and were able to avoid any Missouri license suspension. Ladue Missouri DWI on highway 40/64 in St Louis County on Thanksgiving weekend. Defendant is an airline pilot and a DWI plea, even pursuant to…

Driving Under The Influence Of Drugs Case Dismissed

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on March 24, 2011

Our firm was retained by a client who was charged with driving under the influence of drugs. The client was stopped for eratic driving on the highway. The client failed some of the field sobriety tests and admitted that he had taken some prescription medication prior to driving. The client took a breath test that…

Possession With Intent To Distribute A Controlled Substance Felony Amended To Misdemeanor

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on March 23, 2011

The Sansone/Lauber Law Firm represented a man charged with Possession of Marijuana with intent to distribute. The client was stopped by police and the police smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. The client was questioned and he admitted having drugs in his possession. The police then proceed to search the vehicle and found marijuana in…

Franklin County DWI Case Amended To Careless And Imprudent Driving

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on March 22, 2011

Franklin County DWI trial Attorney Gary J. Lauber was retained to represent a client that was charged with DWI in the Circuit Court of Franklin County. The client was pulled over for swerving inside of his lane after he left a friend’s house. The original officer had the client perform the standard field sobriety tests…

St. Louis County DWI Refusal Case Won On Appeal: Police Officer Found Not Credible.

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on March 20, 2011

Our Missouri criminal law firm was retained by a man charged with DWI in North St. Louis County. Our client was pulled over because of a false report that the car he was driving was stolen. The client was surrounded by numerous police officers from three different police departments. The client was taken from the…

Jefferson County DWI Breath Refusal Case – DWI Lawyer Gary Lauber WINS

Posted by Gary J. Lauber on March 18, 2011

Our firm represented a repeat DWI client for a Jefferson County DWI. The client was stopped by the police because they were unresponsive and blocking traffic. The alleged drunk driver was arrested and refused to take the breathalyzer. Under Missouri Law, if you refuse to take a breath test you will lose your driving privileges…

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