DUI / DWI
If you have been charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI), it is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible in order to protect your rights. Depending upon the circumstances of your case, you may have as little as 15 days to request a civil or administrative hearing in order to protect your ability to drive.
At Welch & Webb we have extensive experience in protecting clients that have been charged with both misdemeanor and felony DWI or DUI charges. We work hard to investigate, review and challenge both the criminal charges facing our clients and the potential administrative or civil, suspension/revocation of their driving privileges.
It is important that you contact us at Welch & Webb as soon as possible to protect your privilege to drive. The suspension or revocation of your driving privileges can have far-reaching consequences affecting all areas of your life including your ability to earn a living and provide necessary transportation for yourself or family members.
Another aspect of a DWI or DUI arrest in Missouri is the criminal charge that you are faced with. Depending upon the circumstances of your case, you could face punishment including:
- fines and court costs
- a sentence in the county jail or potentially in the Missouri Division of Adult Institutions
Our attorneys have worked to preserve the driving privileges of numerous clients in both civil and administrative hearings against the Department of Revenue and have been successful in appeals of driver license suspensions and revocations. At Welch & Webb we are dedicated to obtaining the best possible result in the criminal cases that face our clients in these situations.
If you have been charged with DWI/DUI, or any other traffic offense in the state of Missouri, it is important that you act immediately to protect your rights.