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To qualify for an expungement in Missouri, seven (7) years must have passed from when the defendant was charged and convicted of the crime. If you are considering filing for an expungement, give our office a call at 816-524-4949 or … Continue reading
Courtesy of the Missouri Bar, here are a few legal words and their definitions regarding criminal law that you should be familiar with: Bond – A promise to appear in court, which often includes a guarantee of money, and which … Continue reading
The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution requires that a traffic stop must be supported in a reasonable suspicion of criminal activity. As in a recent case for a Missouri couple, a couple arguing in their vehicle is not sufficient … Continue reading
Did you recently get a traffic ticket? Are you trying to determine how much it will be to take care of it without having to talk to a bunch of attorneys? If this is you, our website allows you to … Continue reading
Below are a few steps that you should take if you receive a traffic ticket: Calendar your court date. You don’t want to miss your court date and end up with a warrant for your arrest. Make a copy of … Continue reading
Driving at night without headlights is probable cause for an officer to stop you. Turn on your headlights, it’s the smart thing to do. Visit our website at www.Hoorfarlaw.com.