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Missouri courts have stated that the smell of alcohol, watery eyes, and mumbling speech is enough to support a finding of probable cause to believe that a driver was intoxicated. Before demanding a chemical test, a police officer must read … Continue reading
There are very few ways to challenge a breathalyzer test once you have been found to be above the legal limit. However, a recent case has determined that the breath test device must use calibration solutions from a specified supplier, … Continue reading
Regardless of whether or not a glass of your adult beverage of choice was had at dinner, pulling up to a DUI checkpoint can be stressful. There are several things to know before driving through in order to make sure … Continue reading
Kansas courts have stated that police officers do not have legal grounds to obtain a search warrant to draw a driver’s blood to do a DUI or DWI test. However, if you agree to do a take a breathalyzer based … Continue reading
Missouri law requires that a chronic DWI offender must serve at least two (2) years in jail without probation or parole. If you have been charged with a DUI or DWI, contact our office at www.Hoorfarlaw.com or 816-524-4949.